Morse’s pizza poised to reopen

By Jay Mullen Bill Morse worked tirelessly after purchasing property back in November to open the doors of Morse’s Diner and Pizzeria on Feb. 24. Three weeks later, COVID-19 hit…

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Storm relief event ‘a success’

By Jay Mullen The #WhitehallStrong Storm Relief Virtual Benefit Concert with performances from PJ Duo and Hometown was a success. The event went live on Tuesday, Sept. 1. The event…

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Municipal center cleanup underway

By Jay Mullen The Whitehall Municipal Center, which the town, village, court and police offices call home, is in the process of being cleaned up after recent storms caused damages…

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Deluge causes flooding in Whitehall

By Jay Mullen Severe storms and flooding have affected Whitehall and surrounding communities in northern Washington County on Monday, Aug. 24. Mayor Phill Smith said he was told Whitehall experienced…

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Town-wide garage sale will go on in Whitehall
Whitehall Municipal Center.

Town-wide garage sale will go on in Whitehall

By Jay Mullen COVID-19 has forced many events to be postponed or canceled this year, making 2020 certainly a year to forget for some, thanks to the virus. But the…

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Gemini Fitness reopening in Granville

By Jay Mullen Granville’s local fitness center, Gemini Fitness, will be reopening in compliance with Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s safety protocols on Monday, Aug. 24 at 5 a.m. The safety protocols…

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School district to bank locally

By Jay Mullen Whitehall Central School District is now banking locally. The Board of Education voted unanimously Monday to place its banking business with Community Bank on Main Street. School…

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Town closer to LED streetlighting

By Jay Mullen The town of Granville has taken another step closer to LED streetlights which could equate to a 49.5% savings annually. Discussion over the switch to LED streetlights…

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