New Scotland

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.

VOORHEESVILLE — Each year, Clarkson University asks its seniors to nominate high school teachers who affected their lives and were all-around outstanding educators.

VOORHEESVILLE — The 2014-15 Voorheesville School District budget was approved by the board of education at a meeting on Monday, April 21. The entire board voted in favor of the budget, which is set at $22,713,608.

Congressman Paul Tonko visited Voorheesville elementary school April 23 and spoke to kids about finding themselves.

Jennifer L. Do was arrested April 8 for allegedly stealing jewelry from her step-grandmother. Chief Deputy Kerry Thompson of the Albany County Sheriff's Office says people should be cautious when allowing people to work in their homes.

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