Sean Mulkerrin

NEW SCOTLAND – The town board at a special meeting on Wednesday, June 9, discussed possible clean energy projects that it would undertake were it to receive an $80,000 grant from the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority.

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A student at Voorheesville Middle School may be in trouble for tweets aimed at homosexuals.

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Albany County District Attorney P. David Soares announced that he will hold a series of meetings for local residents to ask questions and have a discussion about what legalizing marijuana would mean for them.

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Three Albany County legislators, who are also business owners, have formed a new caucus that will grade legislators based on their votes on measures related to small-businesses.

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Speakers before the Albany County Legislature were about evenly divided as business owners and leaders of financially strapped not-for-profits opposed the bill while religious leaders and workers spoke in favor of it.

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By summer 2019, Voorheesville hopes to have new sidewalks installed on Altamont Road and Maple and Voorheesville avenues.

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Through modifications and installation of speciality equipment “aging in place” has become an option for elderly residents who wish to remain in their homes.

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The first-ever master plan for John Boyd Thacher State Park was approved in 2013. This week, The Enterprise got an update with how it’s progressing.

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James Olsen, the new owner of the site of the former Voorheesville Diner, said that there are plans for a new restaurant.

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On May 10, the  the Voorheesville Central School District asked Albany County Supreme Court to throw out five of six claims made in a lawsuit by former varsity girls’ basketball coach Robert Baron.

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