Kristine Gravino is stepping down as a member of the Voorheesville School Board, leaving one vacant position the board hopes to fill by the end of October.
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Composting leaves and yard waste at home, or through town services, is a more environmentally friendly way to clear your yard this fall.
After years of accidents at Meads Corners, the DOT has finally made some minor safety improvements with larger stop signs at the intersection.
The Clarksville Historical Society was given a $1,000 grant from county legislators that will go towards repairing the Woodside Schoolhouse.
Teresa Thayer Snyder, who has been at the helm of the Voorheesville district for the past six years, will be retiring next summer.
A Voorheesville man was arrested last week for alleged sexual misconduct with a teenage girl.
Voorheesville has approved its tax warrant, and school taxes have increased about 1 percent since last year.
One of three contracts for the New Salem district failed to attract bidders. The town has the option to hire a company outright for the plumbing or complete the project with town employees.
Katie Kind has been running her performing arts studio for over a year in New Scotland, where she teaches dance and music appreciation classes. She is hosting an open house on Saturday, Sept. 6.
Voorheesville's third- through eighth-grade scores from last year's Common Core tests show female students doing consistently better than male students.
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