Voorheesville

Guilderville swimmers competed with those from Shenendehowa this week.

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Leadership is changing in the school district as the superintendent retires and the middle-school principal becomes the business administrator.

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Voorheesville may have turned a serious corner on its season by holding nothing back at Lansingburgh.

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VOORHEESVILLE — Voorheesville residents continued to enjoy the same quality of life as always, but paid a little bit more for it: 2014 marked the first time that the village exceeded the state-mandated 2-percent levy cap on property taxes, raising them 5 percent.

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Sometimes, you end up back where you started.

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The Berne-Knox-Westerlo and Voorheesville wrestling teams are under new management this year.

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Voorheesville controlled the boards and kept the basketball moving against Cohoes.

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Voorheesville has a fast girls' basketball team this season, and Cobleskill found that out really quickly last Friday.

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Diners enjoyed an early meal of steaming Thanksgiving standards at the American Legion post in Voorheesville on Nov. 23.

In the Christmas classic, It’s A Wonderful Life, performed by the Classic Theater Guild on Dec. 20, George Bailey's angel, Clarence, saves him from jumping off a bridge by showing him what his town would be like if he hadn’t lived. 

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