Sean Mulkerrin

ID-spoofing lets callers masquerade as someone else.

The New Scotland Town Board is delaying a vote on the proposed creation of a hamlet zoning district after receiving mostly negative feedback from a familiar few.

On Feb. 12, the Voorheesville Board of Education was presented with the district’s first draft of next year’s budget for $24,759,000.

VOORHEESVILLE — To the outside observer without small children, the Library Tots program at the Voorheesville Public Library may look like chaos being controlled through song and rhyme, but for parents Library Tots is preparing their children’s cognitive and linguistic development so that they will be ready to learn how to re

Kathy Meany

Kathy Meany, an Altamont resident, will be honored for her dedication and support of conservation efforts in the Capital Region at an upcoming Mohawk Hudson Land Conservancy awards dinner.

VOORHEESVILLE — A 19-year-old Berne woman rear-ended a Voorheesville Central School District bus this morning that was carrying 11 students as well as the driver, according to a release from the Albany County Sheriff’s Office; there were no reported injuries.

The Altamont Fire Department celebrates its 125th anniversary this year.


Evan Christner, a 2008 graduate of Clayton A. Bouton High School, was recognized recently by Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker for his work as a math teacher at John J. Duggan Academy in Springfield, Massachusetts.

Alowyn Sim started on the loading dock, worked his way into management, and has been name Albany Medical Center’s 2017 Employee of the Year.

Funding for quiet zones in Voorheesville is slowly making its way through the state legislature.


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