The Voorheesville Central School District is still waiting on about $167,000 in state aid that was withheld due to the pandemic.  

The decision to go remote was made after a teacher at Clayton A. Bouton High School in New Scotland tested positive for COVID-19 and contact-tracing revealed that a number of teachers would have to quarantine after coming into contact with their colleague.

The Voorheesville Central School District on Monday evening notified parents of six new COVID-19 cases that it learned of over the Christmas break.

The day after she accepted the Democrats’ backing for town clerk in 1999, Diane Deschenes went into the office and told the deputy clerk, a Republican, and a friend of hers, that she planned to run against her. 

A 2015  United States Supreme Court ruling said that local governments can’t decide how long they allow election signs to be posted because the signs’ messages are protected by the First Amendment. 

Nearly every kick and punch of the fracas was captured by a village of Voorheesville security camera.

The employee, who works at New Scotland Town Hall, was notified mid-morning of Monday, Nov. 30, that he had tested positive for the virus. He was last in the building on Nov. 25.

The schools will remain open for in-person instruction.

The Mohawk Hudson Land Conservancy had set an ambitious $1.2 million fund-raising goal, which it exceeded when loans and grants were taken into account, to purchase the historic farm, but the not-for-profit’s director, Mark King, declined to say how much the conservancy paid for the 198-acre property at the corner of routes 85 and 85A in New Scotland.