Read more about the article Argyle man questions how supervisors voted
The Washington County Board of Supervisors listened to personal questions in regard to their voting habits posed by Merle Nichols of Argyle in consecutive monthly meetings. (Photo by Austin Crosier)

Argyle man questions how supervisors voted

In consecutive meetings of the Washington County Board of Supervisors, an Argyle man has exercised Argyle supervisor Bob Henke’s “privilege of the floor” to question the 17 county supervisors on…

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Read more about the article At 100, ‘mentally, I’m 100% good’
On Sept. 18, dozens of community and family members orchestrated a drive-by parade for Macura, which truly excited the birthday girl. ‘It means I’m well remembered by my family and friends,’ Macura said. (Photo by Austin Crosier)

At 100, ‘mentally, I’m 100% good’

Helen Macura on her front porch during Sunday's birthday festivities. A century. Ten decades. 100 years of caring for others and radiating positivity. Granville’s Helen Macura reached an incredible milestone…

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Read more about the article School bans cell phones, backpacks ‘in proactive approach to managing’
Granville superintendent Tom McGurl delivered his monthly report to the Board of Education on Sept. 13 just five days after the implementation of new standards set in the high school building to improve academic learning. (Photo by Austin Crosier)

School bans cell phones, backpacks ‘in proactive approach to managing’

In the first Board of Education meeting since the start of the new school year, Granville superintendent Tom McGurl announced major changes at the high school to accomplish the “tremendous…

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Read more about the article Former town offices going to ‘100% buyer-beware auction’
From left, Granville Town Board members Jim Bradt and Tom Cosey, supervisor Matt Hicks, board members Matt Rathbun and Ken Quick at the Sept. 8 board meeting.

Former town offices going to ‘100% buyer-beware auction’

Following a long executive session with attorney Mike Catalfamo, the Granville Town Board announced it would sell the former town office building at 42 Main Street via online auction. The…

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Read more about the article Telescope celebrates 100 years in Granville with two days of events
The historic Telescope Casual Furniture Inc. water tower lit at night following the Sept. 9 dinner celebrating Telescope's 100th anniversary of operation in Granville. Photo by Tim Farkas.

Telescope celebrates 100 years in Granville with two days of events

The weather could not have been any more ideal for the celebration of Telescope Casual Furniture Inc.’s 100 years in Granville on Sept. 9 and 10. Sept. 9 was highlighted…

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Read more about the article FEMA funds aid Granville Rescue Squad
The Granville Rescue Squad is set to purchase two LUCAS CPR machines after securing $38,047.61 in Federal Emergency Management Agency funds with assistance from Rep. Elise Stefanik.

FEMA funds aid Granville Rescue Squad

Two much-needed lifesaving pieces of medical equipment have been secured for the Granville Rescue Squad through a federal agency and the efforts of Rep. Elise Stefanik. The first response company,…

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