Eagan: ‘Honeymoon is over’

Whitehall native Julie Eagan has been getting acclimated to her new office as mayor, after being sworn in on April 5, and she said “I’ve hit the ground running” as…

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Brooks asks for worker’s insurance change
Members of the Whitehall Volunteer Fire Company pose for a picture with Jim Brooks at the fire house.

Brooks asks for worker’s insurance change

Whitehall Volunteer Fire Department Chief Brian Brooks Sr. is asking Washington County to change its workers’ compensation insurance company, Benetech Inc., because, he said, a state review showed that “87…

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Fishing derby at South Bay June 19-21

Whitehall’s Mattison’s Sport Shop will be putting on their third Lake Champlain International Father’s Day Fishing Derby for community members. Vicky Mattison is excited for the event to be held…

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Football merger called off

BREAKING: Granville school superintendent Tom McGurl announced at the May 10 Board of Education meeting that the Granville-Whitehall football merger expected this fall won’t happen. Granville superintendent Tom McGurl "Whitehall,…

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Granville junior ‘best actor’ nominee
Granville junior Adam Andrews

Granville junior ‘best actor’ nominee

There is a theatrical star in the making at Granville High School, and his name is Adam Andrews. After close to seven years of acting and four years of professional…

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Main St. paving delayed by lost funding
Mayor Paul Labas

Main St. paving delayed by lost funding

There was a strong possibility of diagonal parking on Granville’s Main Street, once the street-paving project was completed, by reducing the width of the sidewalks, but the federal funding expected…

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Granville: ceremonies, yes, but no parade
Photo courtesy of the Town of Granville's website. A "Welcome to Granville" sign.

Granville: ceremonies, yes, but no parade

Because of COVID-19 restrictions, there will not be a traditional Memorial Day Parade in Granville this year put together by American Legion Post 323 and VFW Post 1653. Instead, American…

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School board candidates make their cases
Granville Central School District

School board candidates make their cases

In an opportunity to introduce the five candidates running for three Granville Board of Education seats, NYVT Media hosted a “Meet the Candidates Night” discussion panel on May 6 via…

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Rathbun Ave. to add ‘Children at Play’ signs
A view of the narrow road on Rathbun Avenue.

Rathbun Ave. to add ‘Children at Play’ signs

The corner of Rathbun Avenue. Signs on Rathbun Avenue are expected to be put in place soon to warn drivers of “Children at Play.” At the Granville Village Board meeting…

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