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Superintendent Brian Hunt said that 61 percent of the project's funding may be reimbursed; the final cost to the district is estimated at $28,000.

VOORHEESVILLE — The Voorheesville American Legion Auxiliary is holding its sixth annual Community Tag Sale on Saturday, Oct. 10, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., at the American Legion Hall on Voorheesville Avenue in Voorheesville.

The district will supply residents with Bethlehem water, but some remain on wells by choice, while a small number have design issues still to be resolved.

Alana Fiero, crude oil trains, Voorheesville

A local resident and college student tells the story of increased train traffic — and potential danger from crude oil trains — in her hometown in a video she produced with Environmental Advocates.

Patricia Conway, president, Voorheesville Community & School Foundation

Enrollment data for Voorheesville suggests that the student population, which peaked at 1,300 in 2000, will level off by 2020 at 1,100 students, according to Superintendent Brian Hunt.

The town remains in negotiations with two Hilton-barn heirs for land across the road from the historical barn the town hopes to save but is slated to be razed.

Glenn Schultz, Voorheesville

Sherry Burgoon, president, Friends of the Voorheesville Library

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