New Scotland

Arlene Herzog, secretary and treasurer, New Scotland Cemetery Association

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Janna Shillinglaw, New Scotland Kiwanis Coordinator for Town-Wide Volunteer Day

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Doug LaGrange, New Scotland

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Edie Abrams, New Scotland

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NEW SCOTLAND — Christopher Bonham, 33, of 37 Deer Cliff Road, New Scotland, was ticketed by the New York State Environmental Conservation Police on May 10 for violating the statewide burn ban on Saturday, May 9.

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VOORHEESVILLE — Dr. Alan R. McCartney, Ed. D., a school leader, former football athlete and golfer who loved his grandchildren, died unexpectedly at home on Friday, May 8, 2015, after a brief illness. He was 67.

Born in Yonkers on July 30, 1947, he was the son of the late Alan J. and Marion (née Raymond) McCartney.

Dr. Alan R.McCartney, despite charges, persevered and remained true to his calling as an educator.

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David Gibson, prior president of the Voorheesville School Board

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Police say David Cardona, Shane Parry, Robert Denman, and Ian Kundel — all varsity athletes — entered the school through an unlocked window and made a mess on April 24.

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DJK Holdings came before the planning board in April to request the use of 15.6 acres at 1120 Delaware Turnpike as a nursery for plants — a use allowed in the residential hamlet zone. A 24-foot-by-24-foot pole barn is also planned for the property to be used for sales.

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