New Scotland

A flood of donations have gone to a GoFundMe page to help pay for the medical bills of Robert Zautner, owner of Toll Gate Ice Cream in the Slingerlands. Zautner has been in the hospital for over a week.

On point all season, the Voorheesville boys’ volleyball team has a 9-0 record and haven’t lost a set yet. Last Thursday evening, the Blackbirds took on Taconic Hills at home.

Robert Johnson, an attorney and former zoning board chairman, was appointed as the New Scotland Town justice last Wednesday.

VOORHEESVILLE — Robert S. Andrews, a mild-mannered gentleman who loved to sing and play the piano, died on Jan. 9, 2017. He was 92.

“He was very kind, a gentleman,” said his wife, Marilyn Andrews.

A Slingerlands resident was arrested in New Scotland after an investigation revealed he had collected over $6,000 in unemployment benefits while still working.

Robert Johnson gave up being the town’s zoning board chairman to become one of its judges.  His empty seat on the zoning board led to a “domino effect” of new appointments.

Sydney Salerno, a Voorheesville student, will be competing in the Miss New York Teen USA pageant this coming weekend, from Jan. 13 to Jan. 15. The teenager has kept a busy schedule in preparation for the pageant, and she’s excited to see what’s in store this weekend.

The Appellate Court has decided that the town of New Scotland is not responsible for the injury of a resident who caught his thumb in the tailgate of a town dump truck delivering wood chips.

Faced with two controversial planning issues this year that brought crowds to village board meetings, Voorheesville now has a 14-member committee that is working on a comprehensive land-use plan, which the village board hopes will be completed within a year.

At the site of the former bar Pixie’s, the pizzeria and tavern serves the Feura Bush hamlet and surrounding areas.

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