Bruce Decker

Hikers in John Boyd Thacher State Park on Saturday found human remains and items that belonged to Bruce L. Decker, who had been missing in the park since February.

Stewart’s Shops plans to put the former Smitty’s Tavern on the market in as soon as a week, possibly.

Brad Utter, a senior historian and curator from the The New York State Museum, was at the Clarksville Historical Society this past Wednesday to discuss both phases of the museum’s exhibit, “Enterprising Waters: New York’s Erie Canal.”

Voorheesville’s schools will have a sheriff’s deputy on site and full-time for the rest of the school year after social-media postings made this past weekend.

A student at Voorheesville Middle School may be in trouble for tweets aimed at homosexuals.

After he was missing for days, an East Greenbush father, architect, and friend was found dead in the Hannacroix Ravine Preserve, an apparent suicide.

By summer 2019, Voorheesville hopes to have new sidewalks installed on Altamont Road and Maple and Voorheesville avenues.

The first-ever master plan for John Boyd Thacher State Park was approved in 2013. This week, The Enterprise got an update with how it’s progressing.

James Olsen, the new owner of the site of the former Voorheesville Diner, said that there are plans for a new restaurant.

On May 10, the  the Voorheesville Central School District asked Albany County Supreme Court to throw out five of six claims made in a lawsuit by former varsity girls’ basketball coach Robert Baron.