New Scotland

VOORHEESVILLE — Shortly after 9:15 p.m. Tuesday, a small crowd heard the news that every proposition up for vote had passed.

The group, mostly made up of school board members, clapped and nodded as each proposal was read along with the voting numbers.

NEW SCOTLAND — Last Thursday afternoon, two young men climbed onto a rock ledge on the Indian Ladder Trail, and, according to police, spray-painted graffiti on the aged structure.

When firefighters arrived to a house on fire Tuesday morning in New Scotland, there were already flames through the roof. A pond at Camp Pinnacle, about two miles away, was used for water.

Programs at the Beacon of Hope Center show students from area schools the experiences and results of impairing their senses.

For one weekend this June, New Scotland will host the first New York Capital District Renaissance Festival.

The Voorheesville School Board has two incumbents running for their second terms on May 20. District residents will also vote on the incumbents, as well as the district budget and library budget.

A well-loved fantasy lives again as Peter Pan flies at the Voorheesville stage this weekend.

NEW SCOTLAND — Last week, Diane R. Deschenes was honored by the New York State Town Clerks Association for renewing her status as a Registered Municipal Clerk.

The Voorheesville Public Library has proposed a budget that is almost $13,000 less than the previous year, while continuing to invest in new materials and building improvements.

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