Sean Mulkerrin

After half-century as a pastor in the Reformed Church in America, the last 27 at the Unionville Reformed Church in Delmar, Pastor Thomas Kendall has stepped down and is now considered a pastor emeritus.

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Voorheesville Mayor Robert Conway

The proposal is increased 29-percent from this year’s budget, which is due largely to a sidewalk capital project.

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The Altamont Village Board approved to list for sale the village’s interest in the Doctor Crounse House, and adopted a draft of the restrictive covenant that would require a buyer to preserve the home’s historical features.

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Michael Merwin, a 22-year veteran of the Navy, recently had his beef-jerky company certified as a service-disabled veteran-owned business.

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At its March meeting, the New Scotland Town Board approved rate hikes in six of its 10 special-use districts.

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Governor Andrew M. Cuomo

Neither the Senate nor the Assembly will support the governor’s 2-percent cap on annual growth in Board of Cooperative Educational Services, building, and transportation aid for schools.

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Pushback from New Scotland residents over the proposed hamlet rezoning plan was significant enough that changes to the plan call for another public hearing.  

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female athletes

Concerns raised over the number of sports offered to girls in Voorheesville has the district looking to make additions.

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Kind Performing Arts keeps growing. The dance studio has moved to a space in Voorheesville that is double the size of its previous studio.

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One resident of the Bethlehem Central School District wants the district to hold onto Clarksville Elementary in New Scotland.

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