Sean Mulkerrin

Bureaucratic and vendor delays mean that the students of Voorheesville Elementary School may have to wait until next fall for a new playground.

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A forum to discuss equity of opportunity in sports for Voorheesville female athletes was held Monday after parents raised concerns about fewer sports teams for girls.

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A cost-saving measure by Voorheesville brought on a federal audit and fines last year.

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A firefighter was sent to the hospital and muddy conditions made it more difficult to fight a fire on Delaware Avenue on Tuesday, May 1.  

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Denise Maurer, a Master Gardener with Cornell Cooperative Extension of Rensselaer County, uses everyday items to create art and teaches others to do the same.

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Five years ago, Doug Arthur had been away from drawing for a while when one night he bolted out of a dead sleep with the idea that he was going to do a book.

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After 50 years as collaborators, Herb Weisburgh and Ed Munger are debuting their first musical, “Love in Firenze,” at The Addy at Proctors on Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.

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A dramatic increase in Voorheesville’s adopted budget is due to a one-time expense, and Albany County Comptroller Michael Conners came to the the village board’s monthly meeting to talk about what could happen to a municipality’s budget if sales-tax revenues decrease.

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Lisa Fasulo of Altamont has opened her newest business, Michelangelo’s Paint Place, on Western Avenue in Guilderland.

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After three residents took out petitions to run for the Voorheesville Public Library Board of Trustees, just a single one was returned with the required 25 signatures.

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