New Scotland

Burhan Ozmat has made a device that will travel to Mars in 2016. The mechanical engineer, originally from Istanbul. works from a lab in his basement in New Scotland.

After 21 years of working for New Scotland, Carol Cootware is retiring.

Sean Descisciolo of Middle Grove, N.Y., was sentenced this week for a burglary he committed last August.

This Sunday, the Heldeberg Hudson Rail Trail will host vendors and entertainment for the third annual Summer Solstice Celebration.

VOORHEESVILLE — The decorations adorning Terri Ann Biel’s home showed the energy and care she had throughout her life.

Last Saturday, a group of hikers were led through John Boyd Thacher State Park on a walk filled with history lessons given by Tim Albright.

Last Saturday, Tim Albright led a group of hikers through John Boyd Thacher State Park. Along their journey, Albright taught the group about the history of the area, from millions of years ago to the present.

Monday evening, the Voorheesville Board of Education heard from students objecting to a cut elective and parents concerned over large class size. The board also announced retirements and tenures.

Voorheesville recently filled their vacant assistant superintendent for business position, as school business administrators are becoming harder to find.

NEW SCOTLAND — Following his Feb. 22 arrest on Western Avenue in Guilderland, Kyle Pianowski, of New Scotland, was sentenced this week to two to six years in state prison for driving while high on heroin.

On April 2, Pianowski pleaded guilty to driving while intoxicated – impaired by drugs, a felony.

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