New Scotland

Ralph Lynn Oliver

VOORHEESVILLE — Ralph Lynn Oliver, who loved cars and could fix anything, died on Thursday, April 14, at his home in Voorheesville surrounded by family.

On Saturday morning, Sheriff Craig Apple stood at a lectern in the county courthouse with eight people in a semicircle standing on either side of him, each with their hands folded in front of them, as the sheriff praised them for their work in quickly arresting a suspect in the Wednesday morning murder of Philip L. Rabadi.

Steven Schreiber, Voorheesville

Sharon Breisch, New Scotland

Janna Shillinglaw, New Scotland Kiwanis

Police on Wednesday were asking nearby residents for doorbell camera footage of a pickup truck leaving the area. 

Northern Barrell Brewing on North Main Street has said it will be opening for take-out on April 15 while the owners of two proposed restaurants and a coffee shop were recently before the village planning commission with their latest project updates. 

During the March 9 New Scotland Town Board meeting, the husband of the owner of the Something Olde Something New shop in Stonewell Plaza said his wife’s shop had flooded in November because of ongoing construction work at the development project to the rear of the plaza.

Kevin Patrick Kavanaugh

VOORHEESVILLE — Kevin Patrick Kavanaugh was an Air Force veteran and electrician who loved his family and the outdoors. He died on Monday, March 21, 2022, unexpectedly during the night in his Voorheesville home. He was 67.

He was born to the late Thomas and Kathleen Kavanaugh on July 26, 1954.

Shirley Unser, New Salem Volunteer Fire Department Auxiliary

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