Sean Mulkerrin

Tricia Putman said she’s running for school board because she feels these are unprecedented times, and she’s hoping with her background and experience as a certified public accountant that she can help navigate the district through such an extraordinary moment.

A first-time candidate, Argi O’Leary said it’s “pretty simple” why she’s running: She thinks school board membership is one of the most meaningful and important ways she can serve her community. 

Four candidates are running for three seats on the Voorheesville School Board this year. 

For 2020-21, the Voorheesville Public Library is proposing a $1.35 million budget, an increase of nearly 7 percent from this year.

Two New Scotland residents are dead after an apparent murder-suicide. 

This Memorial Day Weekend, a community car parade celebrating Altamont’s small businesses and veterans will make its way through the village.

With a pandemic nearly bringing the economy to a grinding halt for the past two months, problems have arisen for a major retailer looking to expand. 

Every day for 60 days since the coronavirus outbreak, the Altamont neighbors who live on Euclid Avenue have taken two minutes to say hello to each other.

Potentially cheaper energy rates will have to wait as municipalities deal with the fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic.

New Scotland is taking its zoning laws and placing them in one document.


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