Read more about the article Hoosick Falls – Niel Stowell calls it a career
Hoosick Falls Mayor Rob Allen, far left, presents retiring DPW superintendent Niel Stowell with his proclamation. Joining Niel are his wife Roseanne and former Mayor David Borge, far right, under whom Niel also served. (Photo by Doug La Rocque)

Hoosick Falls – Niel Stowell calls it a career

Certain things you sometimes take for granted. The sun will rise in the east, it will snow in January and, of course, death and taxes. In Hoosick Falls, you took…

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Read more about the article Amazon giving updates on distribution center
Rozell Electric running conduit in the new Amazon Last Mile Distribution Center. (Photo courtesy of Amazon)

Amazon giving updates on distribution center

Amazon is now submitting periodic updates to area municipalities on the progress of the reconfiguration of the former Manchester Wood complex on North Street (County Route 24) in Granville into…

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Read more about the article County asked to repair Huletts Landing Park
The beach in the Washington County Park at Huletts Park, Jan. 13. (Photo by EJ Conzola II)

County asked to repair Huletts Landing Park

The condition of the Huletts Landing Park in Dresden was brought before the Jan. 20 meeting of the Washington County Board of Supervisors as Marilyn Borden addressed what she labeled…

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Granville schools stay open, despite snow

As snowstorms go, the Monday, Jan. 23, bout with Mother Nature was not one for the record books, but it did cause some problems. Several areas of Washington County experienced…

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Granville schools OK conduct code

The Granville Central School’s Code of Conduct discussion and presentation dominated the Jan. 9 meeting of the school board. The board voted 8-0, with member John Troy absent, to accept…

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Town board reorganizes for 2023

There were no surprises at the Granville Town Board’s re-organizational meeting held in conjunction with the regular meeting on Jan. 12. Of financial importance is the announcement by Supervisor Matt…

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Read more about the article Bowling is back, in a big way
Bowling at Broadway Lanes in Fort Edward (Photo courtesy of Broadway Lanes website)

Bowling is back, in a big way

It could be said that bowling is back in the game. Like many sports, bowling was adversely impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic. While law enforcement was not enforcing then-Gov. Andrew…

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Stefanik in support of anti-recidivism grant

North Country Congresswoman Elise Stefanik (R-Schuylerville) has joined 10 other New York State Congressional representatives to sponsor legislation that would authorize $10 million in anti-recidivism grant funding from the Department…

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