Sean Mulkerrin

“We feel that music is a very powerful tool for evangelization; that sometimes music can move and stir the soul in directions that, maybe, something else hasn’t,” said Peggy McQuade, the pastoral associate for hospitality at Saint Matthew’s Church in Voorheesville.

At its July meeting, the Voorheesville School Board put off voting on hiring a school resource officer for September, choosing instead to give the matter further thought and discussion.

Just 7 years old, Ben Longale has endured and overcome more disease and disorder than any two people 10 times his age.

Chet Boehlke

NEW SCOTLAND – Chet Boehlke should have been dead 15 years ago; well, that’s what his doctor told him at his most recent check up, his wife, Sharon, said. So that makes his accomplishments at the Empire State Games and Adirondack Championship all the more impressive.

About 20 homes in the area of Crow Ridge Road were briefly without water on Saturday and Monday due to a water-main break.

VOORHEESVILLE – Around 7 p.m., on June 22, the lights in the performing arts center of Clayton A. Bouton High School were extinguished and music, older than the graduating students, filled the auditorium, to accompany a slideshow of student memories that was projected onto a big screen at the front of the theater.

Stephanie Erickson

The Clayton A. Bouton High School Class of 2018 graduated a number of honor-roll students, but only two were selected valedictorian and salutatorian: Stephanie Erickson and Derek Brower, respectively.

Niaz Goodbee, a 2018 graduate of Clayton A. Bouton High School in Voorheesville, this year became the first African American to reach the rank of Eagle from Voorheesville’s Troop 73 of the Boy Scouts of America.

The Voorheesville Central School District has asked the court to throw out a claim of defamation made by the former girls’ varsity basketball coach, Robert Baron.

BETHLEHEM – A water-main break on New Scotland Road in Bethlehem left a few customers without service briefly on Monday, while more than few ended up with discolored, but safe, water.

George Kansas, the commissioner of Public Works, told The Enterprise that two water mains run below Route 85, a 10-inch and a 16-inch line.


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