Sean Mulkerrin

A failed lawsuit against Voorheesville claimed the village did not do its due diligence when it inspected a sewer line that had been installed in the plaintiff’s home.

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 Voorheesville Central School District

Instead of a walkout, students from Voorheesville chose to commemorate the lives of the victims of the Parkland massacre at a school assembly

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VOORHEESVILLE — Learning-by-doing: it’s the best way to learn a skilled trade, like electrical or plumbing, and, for Sarah Bracken, it’s also how she plans to solve the world’s problems.

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Reining-in online retail giants and holding them accountable for the goods sold on their sites has been a slog for states looking to collect sales tax owed to them.

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Bill Van Dyke, who began his United States Postal Service career 25 years ago at Altamont’s post office, returns as its postmaster.

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The search for a Guilderland man missing in Thacher Park has switched to periodic spot searches.

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Crews continue to search for Bruce L. Decker, a 71-year-old Guilderland resident, who has been lost in Thacher State Park for over a week.

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On Thursday, Feb. 22, the Altamont Board of Trustees was presented with the village’s first draft of next year’s budget for $2.1 million.

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Bozenkill Corridor

Altamont residents Don and Donna Kelly’s donation of 30 acres of land to the Mohawk Hudson Land Conservancy links together Wolf Creek Falls Preserve in Knox with the rest of the Bozenkill Conservation Corridor.

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ID-spoofing lets callers masquerade as someone else.

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