“We’re really excited about having it,” said Wendall Thayer, post commander of the Voorheesville American Legion Post 1493, of holding this year’s  Voorheesville Memorial Day Parade.

Voorheesville is proposing to install a terraced landscape amphitheater and stage along with parking on the nearly six-acre property, which was purchased by the village in 2017 for $70,000. 

On June 7, Business for Good will propose demolishing buildings at 40 and 43 South Main St. — it already took down the old Stewart’s at 42 South Main Street — and replacing them with a tavern, café, and parking lot

“I never heard applause for an application,” said Voorheesville Planning Commission member Kathryn Scharl on Tuesday following the commission’s approval of Anthony Berghela’s special-use permit request to open a restaurant at 112 Maple Ave., once the home of Smith’s Tavern.

The May 17 election for school board has the makings of a milestone moment for the Voorheesville Central School District, as board turnover in the past three years is set to top 70 percent. 

The incident occured on Friday, April 29, around 12:30 p.m., according to Voorheesville Superintendent Frank Macri; the arrested student had been speaking with other students when “another student heard the situation and brought it to the administration,” Macri said.