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“We raised over $1,800 for local families in need!” reported Thomas Reardon, principal of Voorheesville Elementary School of the funds raised during the school's annual talent show. Reardon enthusiastically served as master of ceremonies at the event, wearing a tuxedo for the occasion.

Being part of some of history's most storied battles and earning a Bronze Star hasn't diminished Kenneth Bailey's small-town qualities.

VOORHEESVILLE — Local artist Elizabeth Zunon will talk about her work as a book illustrator and lead a collage-making event for children at the Voorheesville Public Library on Saturday afternoon.

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The Bisnett brothers once ran separate businesses, but now they are joining forces to open an information technology store on Voorheesville's Main Street.

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CLARKSVILLE — Mary Ann Hendrickson, a woman devoted to her family and her community, was both a fighter and a giver. She died on Tuesday, Jan. 20, 2015. She was 74.

Leadership is changing in the school district as the superintendent retires and the middle-school principal becomes the business administrator.

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After the county and town made resolutions, the company proposing a gas pipeline has agreed to hold a public meeting to answer residents' questions.

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The councilman who championed saving a mammoth historic barn was near tears as he told the town board there was no one interested in paying to have it moved.

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The money, obtained by the Open Space Institute, will be spent on “exhibitry and other interpretive projects to help people understand" the park's geology and history.

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