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Three candidates — Doreen Saia, Adam Shelmerdine, and Michael Canfora — are running for two seats on Voorheesville's school board. The candidate with the most votes will serve four years, filling the seat left by retiring Gary Hubert. The candidate who comes in second will serve a three-year term.

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CLARKSVILLE — The pictorial history of Clarksville will be presented by Town of New Scotland Historian Robert Parmenter on Wednesday, May 6, at 7 p.m. at the Clarksville Community Church.

Decades of accidents on a stretch of Route 32 in New Scotland should spur the state's Department of Transportation to take action on its own recommendations or the April 17 crash won't be the last.

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Questions of jurisdiction between the towns of Bethlehem and New Scotland for properties along Krumkill Road hinder development.

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Voorheesville Elementary students learn relaxation skills and partnership exercises in an eight-week yoga class.

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A Voorheesville school district official said a bomb threat and vandalism in the same week are unrelated incidents.

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Between two candidates for two school board seats, the person with the most votes will fill a four-year term, and the person with the second most will take a three-year position.

It’s early Sunday morning and I arrive at the home of Rich and Joanne Porter for another Town-wide Volunteer Day planning meeting.  Other cars are pulling up and I’m grateful. I had changed the time of the meeting via a panicked email the day before and I knew that I had probably disrupted some plans.

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