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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September 21, 2022
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)
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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September 20, 2022
‘As far as shift coverage there’s at least 25 hours a week where nobody is covering the village. I’m working 75-hour weeks, another officer is working 75-hour weeks and Ernie’s getting in 40-50 hours a week so, you do the math,’ Granville Sgt. Josh Whitney said.
Inability to hire replacements ‘scary’ Worries about the dearth of full-time Granville Police Department officers were raised once again at the Granville Village Board meeting on Sept. 12. Community member…
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September 20, 2022
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)
The Washington County Board of Supervisors has approved the placement Naloxone (NARCAN) boxes in designated locations within county facilities. At its Aug. 19 meeting following the recommendation of the county’s…
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September 13, 2022
The “Community Lunches” at 18 Church Street look to bring people of all ages and backgrounds together for a meal, as well as provide warm sustenance during the cooler months of the year.