Sean Mulkerrin

No candidate or proposition was turned away as residents of the Voorheesville Central School District approved budgets for both the public library and school district.

The Rotary Club of Albany held its 34th Annual Youth Recognition Awards this week to honor youth who otherwise may not be celebrated by the community.

Ten years after talks began, the town of New Scotland has adopted a new zoning law for the hamlet of New Scotland.

VOORHEESVILLE – The Voorheesville Board of Education, in its effort to encourage greater participation by female athletes in sports, at its May meeting approved creating a varsity indoor track team for boys and girls next year.

Falvo’s Meat Market has had just two owners in its history, Sam Falvo and  Joseph Robilotto, who will be 78 years old this year. Robilotto is now looking for Falvo’s third owner.

Mark King, of the Mohawk Hudson Land Conservancy, was in Clarksville last week to discuss local land preserves and the effect climate change will have on them.

VOORHEESVILLE — These questions were posed to the two candidates, Michael Canfora and Cindy Monaghan, both incumbents on the Voorheesville School Board, seeking re-election on May 15 in an uncontested election:

– Why did you run for the seat originally?

The Altamont Village Board of Trustees, with just four days’ notice, voted to wait until June to decide on whether to apply for a grant for a near-million-dollar water-connection project.  

A community build date has been set for the new playground at Voorheesville Elementary School after it received approval from the state education department.

Ed Czuchrey

A stark reminder of a dark moment in the nation’s past was on display this week at Tawasentha Park in Guilderland.


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