New Scotland

Judy Kimes, Publicist New Scotland Historical Association

Judy Kimes, Publicist New Scotland Historical Association

The four-unit apartment building at 40 South Main St. in Voorheesville was razed on Wednesday to make way for a parking lot for the not-for-profit Business For Good’s Blackbird Tavern on the corner of South Main Street and Voorheesville Avenue.

VOORHEESVILLE — Life and art are often intertwined for Chris Howard.

The New Scotland Planning Board on Tuesday granted site-plan approval to  modification requests made by the owner of the Grove at Maple Point development on Route 85A. 

Dawn Gibson, Voorheesville

New Scotland

Marilyn Miles, Program Chairwoman, Clarksville Historical Society

New Scotland Senior News for September 1

New Scotland

New Scotland resident Paul Steinkamp said the inherent beauty of the area surrounding his home makes just driving along Picard Road a pleasant experience. But the road’s pastoral setting also attracts pedestrians, bicyclists, dog walkers, and a high school track team, which can become an issue because of its curves and up-and-down speed limits.

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