• Champlain Beef damaged by major fire - By EJ Conzola NYVT Media WHITEHALL – The Champlain Beef meat processing facility on U.S. Route 4 just south of the Village of Whitehall was badly damaged Saturday by a fire that forced the closure of the highway for about two hours. No details about the blaze were immediately available, as representatives of the owners […]
  • Champlain Beef damaged by major fire - By EJ Conzola NYVT Media WHITEHALL – The Champlain Beef meat processing facility on U.S. Route 4 just south of the Village of Whitehall was badly damaged Saturday by a fire that forced the closure of the highway for about two hours. No details about the blaze were immediately available, as representatives of the owners […]
  • Hartford district mulls next major construction project - By EJ Conzola II NYVT Media HARTFORD—As work on the Hartford Central School District’s current capital project near completion, district officials are planning to ask voters to approve another major construction project at the district’s campus. The Board of Education plans to ask voters to OK a $2.23 million project that will focus on addressing […]
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  • Whitehall Festival gearing up to kick off summer - By EJ Conzola II NYVT Media WHITEHALL—The Whitehall community won’t wait long after the official start of summer to launch its slate of activities for the season. The list of events and activities begins just two days after the first day of summer with the annual Whitehall Festival on June 22 and ends the weekend […]
  • Lions Club mural restoration complete - GRANVILLE—A local building now has a whole new and revitalized look. The old mural on the side of the Lions Club building had faded with weathering over the years, and although it had not lost its significance, it had lost its brilliance. That is no longer the case. A few weeks ago, the project to […]
  • Free fishing weekend - During the weekend of June 29 and 30, anyone ages 16 and older can fish the fresh waters of New York state, and no license is required, according to the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation. Kids under 16 can always fish for free. All other freshwater fishing regulations still apply. Take advantage of […]
  • Whitehall man arrested on gang assault warrant - By Doug La Rocque NYVT Media New York State Police have arrested 24-year-old Dylan T. Scoville on an arrest warrant on charges stemming from a May 30 assault in the village. Scoville faces one count each of gang assault, criminal possession of a weapon and burglary. A woman and teenager were arrested following the alleged […]
  • Bowling Scores - Summer Coffee & Donut League – May 31. High scores: Mary Warner 207, Karen Hammond 166, Linda Holcomb 159,171, Marsha Smith 154, Sue Pardy 156, Shirley Reid 185,198 (505), Jane Keys 154, Dona Crandall 153,206 (508), Laura Fedler 236, Mary Talmadge 161, Sandi Behan 175. Summer Coffee & Donut League – June 7. High Scores: […]
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  • School superintendent’s contract extended - By EJ Conzola II NYVT Media HARTFORD—The Hartford Central School District Board of Education has extended the contract of Superintendent Andrew Cook through the 2028-29 school year. The board voted May 13 to add an additional year onto Cook’s contract, which would have expired at the end of the 2027-28 academic year. The vote, which […]
  • Now is the time to show off your Granville garden - Village residents and businesses who spot people snooping around and photographing their gardens shouldn’t worry. It’s just members of the Slate Valley Garden Club’s Beautification Committee looking for this year’s Beautification Awards winners. The awards will be presented in several categories: Residential, Municipal, Commercial, and Green Glove. Residents who would like to nominate a neighbor—or […]
  • Free fishing weekend - During the weekend of June 29 and 30, anyone ages 16 and older can fish the fresh waters of New York state, and no license is required, according to the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation. Kids under 16 can always fish for free. All other freshwater fishing regulations still apply. Take advantage of […]
  • Price Chopper joins Fill a Glass with Hope campaign - June is National Dairy Month, and Price Chopper/Market 32 is joining forces with American Dairy Association North East to support Fill a Glass with Hope, a program that provides fresh milk to local food banks. The campaign, which runs through June 30, gives shoppers at Price Chopper/Market 32 stores across New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts, New […]
  • Reminiscing... By Bern Zovistoski There was business travel – and much more - By Bern Zovistoski As I touched on in earlier columns, being situated in Germany afforded Paulette and me an incredible opportunity to tour all of Europe during the nearly six years we were there. Many Stripes business trips took me, and sometimes both of us, to exciting destinations. But traveling on our own time was […]
  • Granville news from a century ago - By Erik Pekar The village of Granville was to start road work: “At the Henry Hose house Tuesday the vote on the proposition to raise $1500 for the purchase of tarvia and the expense of placing same on the streets of Granville was as follows: For the proposition, 77; against, 56. With one spoiled ballot […]
  • Community College of Vermont announces 2024 graduates - MONTPELIER—The following students at the Community College of Vermont (CCV) earned associate degrees at CCV’s 2024 commencement on Saturday, June 1. Castleton:Christina Emily CzarneckiBenjamin HaywardAmanda Rae Fair Haven:Angel Lynn HurdChloe Christine ShaddockJessica Eleanor StannardYvonne Olina SwiningtonErin M. White Poultney:Kaylah BossardSyeda Fatima HussnaneDeirdre Anne Thacker Wells: Gia Theresa BaczkowskiSavannah Sky DrummondJoAnn Theresa Gorey West Haven:Jennifer L. […]
  • Father’s Day BBQ, June 15 - Hicks Orchard, located at 18 Hicks Road in Granville, will be hosting its 4th annual Father’s Day BBQ on Saturday, June 15, from 4-7 p.m. Dads of all ages and their families will enjoy a full plate delicious BBQ with a choice of BBQ chicken marinated in a vinegar sauce, tangy BBQ ribs or pulled […]
  • College News - Hampton student honored at HVCC and two Greenwich students named to the dean’s list Carrie Peck of Hampton was recently honored for academic excellence at Hudson Valley Community College. Each year, high-achieving students from the more than 80 academic programs at the college are chosen for special recognition by their departments or by the college […]
  • Farm to School grant program continues this year - ALBANY—The New York State Department of Agriculture has announced that $1.5 million is now available to expand farm-to-school programs across New York. The Farm-to-School Grant Program helps kindergarten through grade 12 schools increase the use of locally grown food on school menus, enhancing nutrition for students while providing an economic benefit to New York’s farmers. […]
  • How top-down economic policies pushed the country over the edge - By Bill Schmick For Capital Region Independent Media The Federal Reserve Bank’s smoothing of the business cycle, which started in the 1990s, was meant to ensure price stability and the health of the labor market. Its top-down policies of reducing interest rates through the banking system and into the hands of the largest corporations was […]
  • Drama ‘Agnes of God’ takes center stage at Fort Salem Theater - Fort Salem Theater announced the kickoff of its 2024 season with the drama “Agnes of God,” written by John Pielmeier. Scheduled to run from March 1 to March 10, this production promises an intimate and immersive in-the-round experience in the Cabaret Room, setting the stage for a thought-provoking and captivating theatrical journey. Directed by Fort […]
  • VTSU Castleton Jazz Ensemble Concert - The VTSU Jazz Ensemble is celebrating the music of Thelonious Monk. One of the pioneers of Bebop, Monk was an incredible jazz composer and pianist. The Jazz Ensemble will feature his music at their concert on Tuesday, Nov. 28, at 7 p.m. in Casella Theater on the VTSU Castleton Campus.  Tickets for the performance are $10 […]
  • Casting announced for 3rd annual ‘Snow Business’ at Fort Salem Theater - Fort Salem Theater is excited to announce the cast for the third annual holiday spectacular, “There’s (Still Definitely) No Business Like Snow Business,” set to take the stage from Dec. 8 to Dec. 10. A beloved Fort Salem Theater tradition, this original holiday event promises to be fun for the whole family, as it brings […]
  • Hubbard Hall Holiday Concert - The Hubbard Hall Holiday Concert and Community Celebration will be held on two dates next month. Holiday concerts will be held on Dec. 2, at 7:30 p.m., and Dec. 10, at 6 p.m. The Dec. 2 concert will feature local band Shannon Tehya and The Troupe, and members of the Hubbard Hall/CCS Drama Club. Tickets […]
  • Salem Central School Drama Club presents ‘The Addams Family’ - The Salem Central School Drama Club is thrilled to announce their upcoming production of “The Addams Family,” a musical featuring a stellar cast of talented 7th to 12th grade performers. The show promises to deliver a bewitching blend of dark humor, catchy tunes and eerie charm that will leave audiences captivated from start to finish. […]
  • Celebrate Holiday Tree Lighting, Nov. 24 - Come to Depot Park for the annual Holiday Tree Lighting presented by Heritage Family Credit Union. Beginning at 5:30 p.m., grab a free cup of hot cocoa from Mission City Church and enjoy a performance of holiday carols before Santa arrives by firetruck at 6 p.m. to light the downtown Rutland holiday tree. To light […]
  • A Midsummer’s Night Dream staged in Salem - The Fort Salem Theater is thrilled to invite audiences to escape the winter chill with its upcoming production of William Shakespeare’s timeless comedy, “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” on November 16, 17 and 19. Showtimes are 7:30 p.m. on Thursday and Friday and 2:30 p.m. on Sunday. There will be no performance on Saturday due to […]
  • A celebration of Beethoven - Saratoga Chamber Players’ violinist and Artistic Director Jill Levy joins cellist Annabelle Hoffman and pianist Margaret Kampmeier to celebrate Beethoven with a piano, violin and cello trio featuring his 12 Variations on a Mozart theme from the “Magic Flute,” Sonata No. 7, and the famous “Archduke” Piano Trio. A concert preview will be held for […]
  • Yaddo ghost tours in the garden begin Sept. 16 - Drop-in tours of the gardens at Yaddo will be offered on Fridays and Sundays, from Sept. 16 through Oct. 30. No tours will be offered on Friday, Sept. 30; Sunday, Oct. 2; and Friday, Oct. 7 because of scheduled private events in the gardens. Visitors should meet at the parking lot entrance to the garden […]
  • Cambridge church BBQ and raffle Sept. 17 and 18 - Cambridge United Presbyterian Church will host a chicken barbecue on Saturday, Sept. 17, with pick-up taking place from 3 to 5 p.m. at American Legion Post 634 on State Route 22. Cost is $15 per dinner. Bake sale items will be available, too. The church also is raffling a 16”x20” painting by artist Julie Duggan. […]
  • Slate Valley Museum to present ‘Excavating Stories: How a Small Museum Uncovers Misplaced, Forgotten and Even Unknown Histories’ - On Wednesday, Sept. 14, at 7 p.m., the Slate Valley Museum will present a free Zoom program exploring how museums collaborate with research partners like libraries, archives, historical societies, galleries and other museums to explore hard-to-find or illusive stories of the past. Over its 25-plus years, the museum has reconstructed many stories related to the […]
  • Musical variety show at Little Theater Sept. 10, 14 - Little Theater on the Farm will present its annual 1950s and 60s Musical Variety Show on Saturday, Sept. 10, at 7 p.m. and again on Wednesday, Sept. 14, at 2 p.m. The show will be emceed by Judy Talbot and produced by Sandy Wheeler. Performers will include the Twisted Twirlers and more. Visit littletheater27.org for […]
  • Music at the Courthouse Sept. 11 - The annual fall classical music event at the Historic Salem Courthouse will take place in the courtroom on Sunday afternoon, Sept. 11, at 3 p.m. The musical fare will include one of Beethoven’s lively early sonatas for cello and piano, the grand and unusually scored duo for violin and cello by Hungarian composer Zoltan Kodaly […]
  • Saratoga Chamber Players to perform Sept. 11 - Musicians new to the Saratoga Chamber Players – violinist Lily Holgate and cellist Annabelle Hoffman – will join violinist Jill Levy and violist Kathy Andrew for a program of string quartets at the Saratoga United Methodist Church, 175 Fifth Avenue, Saratoga Springs, on Sunday, Sept. 11, at 3 p.m. The players will perform works of […]
  • Adirondack League Softball All-Stars Named - By Keith Harrington The coaches of the Adirondack League recently selected their softball all-stars for the 2024 season, and league champion Salem and playoff teams Granville, Whitehall, and Fort Ann headed up the players recognized. Salem pitching ace Sophia Keays was named the Adirondack League Most Valuable Player. The junior led the Generals to the […]
  • Salem Cruises in Semis, Falls in State Title Game - By Keith Harrington It has been an incredible ride for the Salem softball team. An Adirondack League crown, a regional title, and a second straight trip to the state final four. The Generals advanced one step further than a year ago, but after a dominating semifinal victory ran into a juggernaut in the Class D […]
  • Border Country Sports Report-June 6th - Good Morning! With the Border Country Sports Report, I’m Keith Harrington. Blue Devils Fall to Proctor in State Quarterfinals It’s the end of an era for Poultney girl’s sports. A group that has been the mainstay of all Blue Devils programs for the last four or five years saw their careers come to an end. […]
  • Border Country Sports Report-June 5th - Good Morning! With the Border Country Sports Report, I’m Keith Harrington. Fair Haven Softball Survives and Advances After a hard-fought battle, the Fair Haven softball team survived and advanced, edging Vergennes 9-8 in the Vermont Division II quarterfinals. The No. 6 Slaters erased a deficit with six consecutive runs to complete the come-from-behind win. A […]
  • Salem Rolls Back to State Final Four - By Keith Harrington Although their business isn’t quite finished yet, the Salem softball team took a giant leap toward winning a state title on Friday. The Generals rolled past Section VII champion Crown Point 15-3 in the Class D state regional final in Plattsburgh. The win lands Salem in the state final four for the […]
  • Border Country Sports Report-May 29th - Good Morning! With the Border Country Sports Report, I’m Keith Harrington. Phantoms Hold off Blue Devils on Poultney Senior Day t was Senior Night for the Poultney girls softball team Tuesday, but Proctor had plans of their own. The Phantoms opened up a 13-2 lead, then fought off a Blue Devil’s comeback attempt to capture […]
  • Border Country Sports Report-May 28th - Swamp Was on Fire at Devils” Bowl Northeast Crate Nationals Good Morning! With the Border Country Sports Report, I’m Keith Harrington. Fastest car in time trials. Dominant winner in his heat race. Grabbing the pole position in the redraw. Sporting the best name. Fire Swamp had it all on Saturday night at Devils’ Bowl Speedway. […]
  • Hadley-Luzerne End Sectional Baseball Drought - By Keith Harrington Hadley-Luzerne had not won a sectional baseball title since 1968. Mekeel Christian had never worn the crown since changing their name from Schenectady Christian. Something had to change on Saturday. One team or the other would be hoisting the championship plaque. The Eagles broke a 4-4 tie with a walk-off bases-loaded walk […]
  • Section II All-Stars Named, Barber Earns Aileen Durrant Award - By Keith Harrington Now that the Section II softball champions have been crowned the sectional Most Valuable Players and All-Stars from each league have been named. A Granville softball player also earned a significant honor. Salem pitcher Sophia Keays was named the Section II MVP from the Adirondack League. Keays led the Generals to the […]
  • Salem Wears the Class D Crown Again! - By Keith Harrington Winning a championship is sweet! Doing it by avenging a loss from earlier in the season is even sweeter. The Salem softball team did just that on Thursday, claiming the Section II Class D crown for the second consecutive year by rolling past Fort Ann 10-3 at Moreau Rec. The loss gives […]
  • Border Country Sports Report-May 22nd - Good Morning! With the Border Country Sports Report, I’m Keith Harrington. The Salem and Hartford softball teams are very closely matched teams. That can be said about all of the Adirondack League teams as they took turns beating each other during the regular season. Tuesday afternoon at the Section II Class D semifinals was no […]
  • Border Country Sports Report-May 21st - Good Morning! With the Border Country Sports Report, I’m Keith Harrington. Tanaforts Fall in Class D Thriller Hartford-Edward came up short in the seventh inning, falling to Hadley-Luzerne 10-9 in a Section II Class D semifinal thriller at Lansingburgh High School. It was the second time the Eagles have won a close contest over the […]
  • Border Country Sports Report-May 19th - Good Morning! With the Border Country Sports Report, I’m Keith Harrington. Tanaforts Defeat Fort Ann in Class D Baseball Defending Class D champion Hartford-Fort Edward advanced to the semifinals with a 5-1 win over Fort Ann at Bob Wilkins Field on Saturday. The win avenges a regular-season loss to the Cardinals. Kile Whitney earned the […]
  • Border Country Sports Report-May 17th - Good Morning! With the Border Country Sports Report, I’m Keith Harrington. Horde Blank Cairo-Durham in Class B Opener The Granville baseball team opened sectional play in impressive fashion, blanking Cairo-Durham 2-0 Thursday at the Ken Burch Complex. One of the strengths of the Golden Horde that could be beneficial in the playoffs is pitching depth, […]
  • Tanagers Edge Warrensburg in Class D Opener - By Keith Harrington Survive and Advance. That’s the strategy during the playoffs. The score doesn’t matter. Just secure the win and move on to the next round. That’s exactly what the Hartford softball team did on Thursday. No. 4 Hartford rallied in the bottom of the seventh to win on a walk-off hit from eighth […]
  • Section II Baseball Playoff Pairings - The Section II baseball tournament kicks into high gear for several Adirondack League and other local teams tomorrow. Warrensburg received the highest designation among teams in the Border Country Sports area. The Burghers are the No. 1 seed in Class D and will await the winner of No. 9 Loudonville Christian-Doane Stuart at No. 8 […]
  • Border Country Sports Report-May 15th - Good Morning! With the Border Country Sports Report, I’m Keith Harrington. Blackbirds End Granville’s Season A young Voorheesville team rode a strong pitching performance from Abby Brown and took advantage of their opportunities to score runs in defeating Granville 6-0 in a Class B opening-round game at the Ken Burch Complex. The No. 9 Blackbirds […]
  • Border Country Sports Report-May 14th - Good Morning! With the Border Country Sports Report, I’m Keith Harrington. Section II Softball Pairings Announced The Section II softball tournament pairings were announced Monday, and several Adirondack League teams enter the playoffs with high hopes. Adirondack League champion Salem earned the top seed in Class D. The defending Class D champion Generals earned a […]
  • Border Country Sports Report-May 11th - Good Morning! With the Border Country Sports Report, I’m Keith Harrington. Whitehall Edges Argyle in ADK Consolation Game The Whitehall softball team has shown major improvement throughout the season. This week was another example. After narrowly missing the championship game with a one-run loss to Granville, the Railroaders bounced back to edge Argyle 3-2 Friday […]
  • Salem Pulls Away to Win ADK Softball Title - By Keith Harrington Salem used a five-run fifth inning to blow open a close game and went on to defeat Granville 7-1 in the Adirondack League softball championship game at Moreau Rec. on Friday afternoon. It was the first league title for the Generals since the 2017 season. The game was tight early as starting […]
  • Police Beat June 14, 2024 - Granville Police Beat May 29 7:09 a.m. – Police were made aware of several comments posted on the Granville Community Forum about a suspicious person/vehicle and stepped-up patrols in the areas listed, particularly during school hours. The suspect vehicle was not seen but all shifts were notified to be on the lookout for it. 2 […]
  • Police Beat June 7, 2024 - Whitehall Police Beat May 22 5:32 p.m. – Police were asked to intervene in a disagreement between a Granville man and a local restaurant. Officers responded to the restaurant after the restaurant staff refused to refund the man’s payment for his meal, which he said was not satisfactory. Police spoke to the restaurant owner, who […]
  • Police Beat May 31, 2024 - Editor’s note: A charge is not a conviction. All persons listed are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Charges can be amended or dismissed. Whitehall Police Beat May 17 5:30 p.m. – Police received a call about a possible domestic incident in the driveway of an Adams Street residence. The caller said […]
  • Police Beat May 24, 2024 - Granville Police Beat May 11 9:45 a.m. – An officer assisted with traffic control on North Street while a wrecker removed a vehicle blocking traffic after losing its left front wheel. 10:26 a.m. – A resident turned over a Social Security card that had been found on Quaker Street. No phone number could be located […]
  • Police Beat May 10, 2024 - Whitehall Police Beat April 27 11:45 a.m. – Police were called to Fourth Avenue in response to a report of aggressive dogs in the area. On arrival, officers found three dogs near a residence whose owner was not home. Police contacted animal control and were told by a neighbor that the dogs’ owner had been […]
  • Police Beat May 16, 2024 - Granville Police Beat May 4 2 p.m. – A woman came to the station to report what she described as suspicious activity by an ex-boyfriend, claiming he was following her in several locations around Washington and Warren counties. She did not request any police action, other than to document her complaint. 7:30 p.m. – Police […]
  • Police Beat May 3, 2024 - Granville Police Beat April 16 11:59 p.m. – Police responded to a call of a suspicious male possibly going through a vehicle at the corner of North and Main Streets. The caller advised he followed the subject for a short distance but lost him. The responding officer contacted the vehicle’s owner, who said she may […]
  • Police Beat April 26, 2024 - New York Granville Police Beat April 11 5:20 p.m. – Patrols were advised to increase surveillance around the Rail Trail in the area of North Street for unauthorized motor vehicles traveling at a high rate of speed. 10:10 – While patrolling the Church Street area an officer observed a vehicle traveling at an estimated speed […]
  • Police Beat April 12, 2024 - Granville Police Beat March 28 10:03 a.m. – A North Street resident requested a police report concerning two Amazon packages delivered to an unknown wrong address, so Amazon would refund the price of the contents. 2:30 p.m. – A police officer was dispatched to a North Street address to assist EMS with an unresponsive female. […]
  • Police Beat April 5, 2024 - Editor’s note: A charge is not a conviction. All persons listed are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Charges can be amended or dismissed. Granville Police Beat March 22 9:42 a.m. – A woman contacted the police department to advise students in the Granville School parking lots are laying on their horns […]
  • Police Beat March 29, 2024 - Granville Police Beat Editor’s note: A charge is not a conviction. All persons listed are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Charges can be amended or dismissed. March 14 5:10 p.m. – An officer was summoned to Madison Street by a woman who indicated she had been bitten on the hand by […]
  • Police Beat March 21, 2024 - Granville Police Beat Editor’s note: A charge is not a conviction. All persons listed are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Charges can be amended or dismissed. March 8 10 a.m. – An officer was requested to check the Pine Street area for a compromised individual. No such person was found. March […]
  • Police Beat March 14, 2024 - Police Beat Granville Police Beat Editor’s Note: A charge is not a conviction. All persons listed are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Charges can be amended or dismissed. March 1 10:30 a.m. – Police were dispatched to investigate a report of a suspicious vehicle in the rear parking lot of the […]
  • Police Beat March 7, 2024 - Granville Police Beat Feb. 22 7:33 p.m. – At the request of NYS police, an officer responded to NYS Route 22 for a report of an injured deer in a ditch just off the roadway. The deer was dispatched, and the reporting person was issued a permit to claim the carcass. Feb. 23 12:20 p.m. […]
  • POLICE BEAT FEB. 29, 2024 - GRANVILLE POLICE BEAT Feb. 15 2:40 p.m. – While patrolling Quaker Street an officer noticed a vehicle with what appeared to be no license plates. A traffic stop was conducted and during investigation, a temporary plate was observed in a tinted rear window. The call was cleared without incident. 3:26 p.m. – A patrol observed […]
  • Police lights 6x4 Police Beat Feb. 22, 2024 - Granville Police Beat Feb.8 3:18 p.m. – A patrol was dispatched to Veterans Park for a report of a large group of teens in some sort of dispute. They spoke with a female who reported being slapped in the face and identified her attacker. The teens were dispersed and the officer went to the residence […]
  • Police Beat Feb. 15 - Granville Police Beat Feb. 5 1:57 p.m. – A village resident contacted the station to report she is receiving continual texts from two unwanted people. Officers attempted to contact the individuals without success. Next patrol will also attempt contact. 6:32 p.m. – Police received a call from an off-duty NYS trooper who indicated his wife […]
  • Police Beat Feb. 8, 2024 - Granville Police Beat Jan. 25 11:19 a.m. – Police responded to a Quaker Street business for a reported odor of propane. The employees were evacuated. The smell was traced to a propane truck completing a refueling. The driver conducted a leak test, as did the fire department, with a negative result. One employee was evaluated […]
  • Police Beat - Granville Police Beat Jan. 23 7:30 a.m. – Police received a 911 call from the entrance to the Granville Jr./Sr. High School. The school’s SRO officer was contacted, who reported he was already on the scene, and that the call was believed to be accidental when students were turning their phones off. 5:35 p.m. – […]
  • Police Beat Jan. 25 - Granville Police Beat Jan. 12 3:45 p.m. – Police responded to a two-car accident on Main Street. According to the incident report, a driver turned right from Church Street and stopped to turn left onto North Street. The second driver also turned right from Church Street, failed to notice the stopped vehicle and struck it […]
  • Tammy L. Parker - Granville, NY – Tammy L. Parker, age 64,  passed away on Tuesday,  June 11, 2024 in the home she and her husband Kevin lived in for 35 years, in the room in which they were married, after a long and courageous battle with cancer. Tammy is survived by her loving husband of 35 years, her […]
  • Arthur Howard Sabin - Poultney – Arthur Howard Sabin 74, of East Poultney died Sunday June 9, 2024, at Rutland Regional Medical center after a brief illness. He was born May 15, 1950, in Albany, NY the son of Walton Barden Sabin and Virginia Louise (Sawyer) Sabin. Arthur was a graduate of Bethlehem Central High School, class of 1968. […]
  • ‘Love Our New York Lands’ photo contest - ALBANY ─ New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Interim Commissioner Sean Mahar announced the launch of the 2024 “Love Our New York Lands” photo contest. The online contest will feature five monthly themes through mid-October, with the winning images receiving prizes and featured in statewide digital and print campaigns to help increase awareness of important principles and guidelines […]
  • Bruce W. Gordon Jr. - WHITEHALL-Bruce W. Gordon Jr., 35, of Dodge Road passed away on June 2, 2024, following a motorcycle accident on County Route 21 in the Town of Granville. He was born on March 7, 1989, in Rutland, Vermont. The son of Bruce W. Gordon Sr. and Brenda Austin Mahar. He graduated from Whitehall High School, Class […]
  • Anthony (Tony) Frank Pacyna, Jr. - Anthony (Tony) Frank Pacyna, Jr. passed away peacefully Monday, May 13th, 2024, at the age of 90. Born April 11th, 1934, in South Poultney, known as the Bush. Tony was the son of Anthony and Anna (Susalka) Pacyna, the third child of six.  In addition to his parents, he was predeceased by his sister Josephine […]
  • Lynne “Willie” M. Willis - Lynne M. Willis passed away on May 23,2024 at the Haynes House of Hope in Granville, NY. Lynne was born December 6,1947 in Granville, NY, she was the daughter of Leonard and Alice (Lloyd) Willis. Lynne graduated from Whitehall High School in 1965.  She continued to see many of her classmates during many of the […]
  • Joseph T. Neddo Sr. - Whitehall – Joseph T. Neddo Sr., 72 passed away on May 16, 2024, peacefully with his loving wife by his side. He was born on July 28, 1951, in Whitehall NY, the son of the late Roland and Bernadette (Rainville) Neddo. Joe loved doing woodworking and carpentry, taking motorcycle trips with his wife, boating and […]
  • Michael Russo - February 21, 1937 – May 15, 2024 Rupert, VT – Michael Russo, a resident of Rupert, VT, passed away at 87 on May 15, 2024, in Rutland, VT. His loving family surrounded Michael as he bat­tled a brief illness. The family is honoring Michael’s request for no wake or calling hours and is planning a […]
  • Mary Ann Noonan St. Clair - Whitehall-On May 14, 2024, Mary Ann Noonan St.Clair went home to the Kingdom of the Lord, where she joined her late husband, John (Jack) two months to the day of his passing. Mary Ann was born on May 4, 1931, in Whitehall, New York. She attended Whitehall High School and graduated in 1948. After high […]
  • Georgette M. Cousineau - Whitehall: Georgette M. Cousineau 72 of Skenesborough Harbor Apartments passed away on May 2, 2024, in the Rutland Region Hospital following a short illness. She was born on September 23, 1951, in the Porter Hospital in Middlebury, VT, the daughter of the late George and Rita (Quesnell) Cousineau. She grew up in Whiting, VT and […]
  • Tami Jean Ritchie Dunn - Tami Jean Ritchie Dunn passed away suddenly on March 5, 2024. She was born on July 14, 1972, to Veronica Wood and William Ritchie Sr. Tami loved flowers, people, and kids. She was predeceased by her parents and her brother Steven in March of 1985. Tami is survived by her daughter Cassie, brothers David, Robert, […]
  • Joel James Rutter - Joel James Rutter, a devoted husband, father, and grandfather, passed away on Wednesday, May 1, 2024, at the age of 87. Born in New York City on August 26, 1936, to Walter Bernard Rutter and Rita Joan (Murphy) Rutter, Joel grew up in the Bronx within a large Irish family. Known for his entrepreneurial spirit, […]
  • Marcia R. Gilbert - Granville, NY – Marcia R. Gilbert passed away on April 3, 2024, at Washington Center in Argyle, NY following a long illness. Marcia was born on June 2, 1944, in Granville NY the daughter of Michael and Veronica (Thomazewski) Gilbert. She was a graduate of SUNY Buffalo with a Bachelor’s Degree. She worked at the […]
  • Sean Rian McLaughlin - Sean Rian McLaughlin 35 of Granville, NY. Born on May 13, 1988, in Goshen, NY.  Died April 25, 2024. Sean leaves behind his family. Son: Owen Knapp, Parents: Michael & Helen McLaughlin and Chrystyna & Donald Barrigar. Brothers and their families: Damien McLaughlin, Eric & Denise McLaughlin, and Billy McCullen. Grandmother Mimi (Pat McLaughlin) Uncle […]
  • Martha Race - Granville, NY – Martha Race, age 90, of Granville, NY passed away peacefully on Wednesday, April 24, 2024. Martha was born on August 28, 1933, in Granville, the daughter of the late John and Florence (Burger) Tobin. She was a graduate of Granville High School and worked for several years at the Granville Pharmacy after […]
  • Alice A. Didier - Alice Allgeyer, who on occasion referred to herself as a “Brooklyn Brat”, was born on June 3, 1930, into the loving embrace of Gertrude and Joseph Allgeyer in Brooklyn, NY. Her favorite parts of her childhood unfolded in a small bungalow nestled in Huntington, Long Island, where weekends and summers were filled with cherished memories. […]
  • Clifford McFarren - Whitehall- Clifford McFarren 71, a longtime resident of Whitehall, passed away peacefully at his home on Monday April 22. Born May 17 in Glens Falls, he was the son of Walter (Jiggy) and June McFarren. Cliff entered the United States Marines at 17 years old. He served his country for six years and was a […]
  • Malcolm Davis “Dave” Johnson - WHITEHALL, NY – Malcolm Davis “Dave” Johnson, 79, died March 30, 2024, at Rutland Regional Medical Center in Rutland, VT, after a short illness. He was born August 28, 1944, in Bronxville, NY, the first son of Malcolm and Janet Johnson.  He graduated from Bronxville High School in 1962. He earned an engineering degree from […]
  • Doris T. Donaldson - Whitehall: Doris T. Donaldson, 80, (AKA THE LUNCH LADY) passed away on April 18, 2024, unexpectedly in Glens Falls Hospital surrounded by her family. She was born on December 16, 1943, in Cohoes, New York, the daughter of the late Roland and Bernadette (Rainville) Neddo Doris took pride in being everyone’s favorite Lunch Lady at […]
  • Wilma Crosier - The family of Wilma Crosier is saddened to announce her passing on April 14 at her home in Granville, NY. Wilma was born on July 7, 1941, the daughter of the late James and Luetta Stewart. A graduate of Granville Central School, she was a well-loved member of the Granville community where she served as […]