On Wednesday morning, Albany County Executive Dan McCoy held a press conference at the Helderberg Rail Trail in Voorheesville at the beginning of the trail, corner of Grove and South Main Street.

With plans to travel, ski, read — and not having to decide if the Voorheesville Public Library will be open in a snowstorm — Gail Sacco, director of the Voorheesville Public Library, is looking forward to retirement.

VOORHEESVILLE — John M. Bagyi has been named, for the 10th year in a row, to the 2018 Upstate New York Super Lawyers list in the field of Employment and Labor.

A 1989 graduate of Guilderland High School, Bagyi lives in Voorheesville with his wife, Dania, and their daughters, Kennedy and McKenna.

With each passing year, fewer and fewer all-volunteer ambulance squads remain in the area, replaced with full-time paid employees.

“We feel that music is a very powerful tool for evangelization; that sometimes music can move and stir the soul in directions that, maybe, something else hasn’t,” said Peggy McQuade, the pastoral associate for hospitality at Saint Matthew’s Church in Voorheesville.

Voorheesville should be proud of its work in drafting a thoughtful comprehensive land-use plan but must not rest on its laurels — the zoning law has to be changed to make the plan a reality.

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

The Friends of the, Voorheesville Playground

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

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


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