Keith Edwards

Among the charges against Keith R. Edwards were two counts of endangering the welfare of a child, meaning two children were present.

Glenn Durban

VOORHEESVILLE — Glenn Durban died at his home in Voorheesville on Tuesday, May 28, 2019. He was 101.

On Saturday morning in Voorheesville, the village held it's annual Memorial Day parade along with the American Legion celebrating 100 years.

Fabrice Legois

Fabrice Liegeois was raised and shaped by the grandmother he adored, Jeannine Robert. A blonde beauty who looked like Marlene Dietrich and spoke five languages, she killed an SS officer who fell in love with her during the German occupation of France. She knifed him in order to save her best friend, a Jew.

David Earnest Picard

VOORHEESVILLE — David Picard was caring man who was “dedicated to his family,” his brother Buddy Picard said.

David Earnest Picard died on Saturday, May 11, 2019. He was 79.

The Voorheesville Teachers’ Association, looking for a better way to communicate with the school board, has backed a candidate that it feels will help it in that pursuit.

On May 21, two Voorheesville residents will vie for one seat on the library’s board of trustees, as incumbent Lance Moore is challenged by Belinda Heckler.

VOORHEESVILLE — The second public hearing on the proposed updates to Voorheesville’s zoning code, again, brought out representatives from Stewart’s, who offered a preview of what the company was prepared to do if changes to the zoning code were approved.

At the April 9 public hearing, Voorheesville Avenue residents whose land abuts 11 Drywall Lane voiced their concern that the potential rezone of the parcel would, in their view, have an adverse effect on all adjacent properties.

The villages of Altamont and Voorheesville continue to propose and adopt budgets that keep the municipalities below the state-set levy limit.


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