New Scotland

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.

New Scotland town board candidate, Ally Moreau

At age 20 and running to be the only Republican on the New Scotland Town Board, Ally Moreau says her youth and outsider status will serve as an advantage.

The proposed 2017 budget for New Scotland awaits discussion in three public sessions before being adopted. 

A lawyer and new town resident, Peck says she is excited to get involved with shaping her community.

In closing off valves to isolate the break, “that shakes up the system,” said Brett Hotaling, the village's superintendent of Public Works.

On Saturday, Oct. 1, the Voorheesville Blackbirds and Mechanicville Red Raiders battled to see who would win the Central Division title at home.

Following up on earlier test results that found three sinks in the elementary school with lead contaminants over the state limit, Voorheesville school district has now uncovered 11 locations in its elementary school with lead levels above the limit.

NEW SCOTLAND — A man of principle and passion, Peter Henner worked for causes he believed in with the same logic and commitment he used when playing chess. He tackled his legal work as he tackled mountains on climbs with his wife — with a sense of adventure.

The third phase of a public hearing on a proposal for planned unit development districts in Voorheesville left no doubt in the minds of village board members that now is the time for Voorheesville to draft what the mayor called a blueprint for its future, a comprehensive land-use plan.

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