Voorheesville

Voorheesville has approved its tax warrant, and school taxes have increased about 1 percent since last year.

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VOORHEESVILLE – Parishioners at St. Matthew’s Church hope to welcome new or returning members to their Back to Church Sunday celebration on September 21.

Out of 26 players for the Blackbirds, 24 returned from last year, and 18 are seniors.

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Voorheesville has opted back in to the federal lunch program and mapped out what staff positions will be helping with the large fourth-grade class.

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Local poet Dennis Sullivan will host a poetry cafe on Allen Ginsberg at the Voorheesville Public Library in September.

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VOORHEESVILLE — Hardworking and strong, Marie R. Russell was also creative. She worked for a quarter of a century as a laboratory technician in bacteriology for the state’s Department of Health and was also highly skilled at a wide variety of crafts.

She died on Saturday, July 19, 2014. She was 91.

The elementary school is shifting teachers around to meet the needs of changing class sizes, including an unexpected and welcome class of 83 kindergartners.

Pastor Robert DeFelice stepped in at Voorheesville's First United Methodist Church after Pastor "Charlie" Yang left at the end of June.

New age-restricted communities have popped up in New Scotland and Voorheesville over the past six years, filling a need for senior-housing communities.

Mary Clark put forth a bill — requiring schools to inform parents of special-education services — after her grandson committed suicide in 2010. The superintendent of his school believes it is unnecessary.

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