New Scotland

The Voorheesville Blackbirds girls volleyball team battled Lake George in a five-set match in the Class C sectional semifinal on Wednesday Nov. 2.

In the Class B sectionals, the Voorheesville Boys soccer team made a statement it's in it to win it by upsetting the top team in the class Broadalbin-Perth on Tuesday, October 25, while the girls team made it all the way to the semifinals and lost to last years state champion Schalmont on Wednesd

Gertrude Smith will celebrate her 88th birthday in the place she considers her second home — Smith’s Tavern. She and her husband ran the Voorheesville eatery for decades.

A cocktail reception to raise funds for the visitor’s center at John Boyd Thacher State Park will be held on Nov. 3.

A lack of volunteers had led Voorheesville's ambulance to announce its closure, but members continue to respond as a secondary service, and the organization is seeking a way to keep running.

The Voorheesville Varsity cross-country team faced in their last home duel on senior day at Wallace Park on Tuesday afternoon where they faced Lansingburgh and Catholic Central.

The board is looking at ways to balance the budget without depleting savings or exceeding the tax cap. The final meeting to discuss the proposed budget is next Wednesday.

Voorheesville Central School District released findings last Thursday of 38 water outlets testing above the minimum level of lead out of the 125 sinks and water fountains in the middle school and high school.

Two female farmers are squaring off in the town’s only election. Laura Ten Eyck and Ally Moreau are both making their first run for elected office.

A co-owner of Indian Ladder Farms, she says she wants the town to both protect and take advantage of its land and natural resources.


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