New Scotland

When the state budget was finalized, a week after deadline, the Voorheesville schools came out $55,000 ahead of what the governor had proposed in aid, allowing the addition of two part-time teachers.

A lawyer representing the owners said, “Smitty’s is going to close. Period. What is going in there...will not drastically affect village lives.” 

On Wednesday, April 12, Voorheesville's Jennifer Gregg signed her letter of Intent to play Division 1 hockey at RPI.

A visioning session for the Village of Voorheesville was held at St. Matthew’s Church in the village. A series of exercises allowed visitors to formulate their ideas into statements, which the village will use to help form a comprehensive plan.

It’s the start of a new season for the Voorheesville boys’ lacrosse team with a new attitude under a new coach.

This is a paid advertisement published in the April 6, 2017 issue of The Altamont Enterprise.

Three of the many conditions the planning board wants to require for Cynthia Elliott to get a special-use permit to run a party business on her property don’t sit well with her.

Voorheesville teacher Tim Mattison says, in the months his second-graders spend watching trout grow, they learn to appreciate wildlife and commitment to a project

Based on aid in the governor’s budget proposal, Voorheesville plans to add two new teaching positions. The school board delayed finalizing its $24 million budget, though, as it waits for an overdue state budget.

NEW SCOTLAND — C.W. ‘Skip’ Lower Jr. was a bon vivant who loved Lake George where he owned several popular businesses over the years.

“He was quiet is some ways and sarcastic in others,” said his sister, Andrea Gleason. “He was a jokester. He loved to laugh and he liked to have a good time.”


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