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VOORHEESVILLE — Over $600,000 in cuts are proposed for Voorheesville schools next year.

co-pilot Jeremy Arnott works to improve Hawkeye safety

Lieutenant Steven Zilberman, United States Navy, was killed when his plane went down near Pakistan on March 31 two years ago.

GUILDERLAND — A foundation of the superintendent’s budget — reshaping the school day to save money so as not to cut programs — faltered this week.

GUILDERLAND — BOCES has cut back — that was the message delivered to the Guilderland School Board Tuesday night by Mark Jones, assistant superintendent for management services of the Capital Region Board of Cooperative Educational Services.

VOORHEESVILLE — Students, parents, and teachers packed the school cafeteria on Monday to protest a wide variety of cuts proposed for next year.

NEW SCOTLAND –– New Scotland defendants will be going to school this summer, as the town court prepares to rent space for proceedings at the recently abandoned Clarksville Elementary School.

NEW SCOTLAND –– On Saturday, a 23-year-old Delmar man called family members on his cell phone to tell them he was killing himself while crouching in the path of an oncoming freight train, reported Albany County Sheriff Craig Apple.

VOORHEESVILLE — The Dionysians, this weekend, are taking on a new challenge, in performing the Little Shop of Horrors.

NEW SCOTLAND – Town board members will decide Wednesday at a public hearing if they will remove planning board member Elizabeth Stewart from her position due to a lack of attendance at meetings. Stewart maintains she is being ousted because of her views favoring commercial development.

ALTAMONT — Residents of Altamont Boulevard want their road repaved to reduce window-shattering vibrations from passing traffic, and the state plans to do so this spring.


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