H. Rose Schneider

The Voorheesville Youth Baseball League, which once went without a home field, celebrated its newly renovated field in Swift Road Park.

Local artist Karin Kuck has brought a “virtual gallery” to the Altamont Free Library.

Actors are preparing for opening performances of “Romeo and Juliet” and “Treasure Island” this weekend as part of the Helderberg Theater festival at Indian Ladder Farms.

A third meeting of a committee on New Scotland’s EMS services has begun arranging a shared scheduling system as well as adopting an electronic alert system for volunteers.

The lake is located between the towns of New Scotland and Coeymans.

NEW SCOTLAND — The Mohawk Hudson Land Conservancy will host several events on Sunday, including an afternoon-long Summer Festival at Indian Ladder Farms and a series of “Hike-A-Thons” at a variety of locations in Altamont and New Scotland.

NEW SCOTLAND — An application for a mixed-use development off of Route 85A and Route 85, near the site of the old Bender Melon farm, was again tabled at the planning board meeting last Tuesday.

VOORHEESVILLE — Cheryl Dozier was elected as Voorheesville Central School District’s Board of Education president by all members present during a reorganizational meeting on the morning of July 6.

VOORHEESVILLE — Seniors at Clayton A. Bouton High School slowly filled the school gymnasium on a muggy evening, June 24, as they waited to enter the school auditorium and receive their diplomas.

VOORHEESVILLE — Clayton A. Bouton High School salutatorian Devin Freeman, 18, stayed up late writing his salutatory speech. Then, he says he had his friend, girlfriend, and father look it over, and he was going to present it to his mother to look at as well.

“I’m not good at writing at speeches,” he says.


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