Sean Mulkerrin

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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A Johnsonville man is in jail after being charged with sexual abuse and endangering the welfare of a minor, only after, police say, the mother of the 15-year-old victim found disturbing texts messages his phone and called police.

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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.

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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.

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

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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.

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