Brooks family seeking fireman law

Last September, the Whitehall community lost a native who did more for Whitehall than he did for himself. James Brooks Jr., better known as Jim, succumbed at the age of…

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Kindergarten registration is coming soon

Whitehall Elementary School has started getting its next class of kindergarteners set up for the fall semester. Principal Judy Gould spoke about how the process has changed because of COVID-19…

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Paving – a ‘major deal’ – begins soon
A road sign on Quaker Street near Walgreens warning drivers of road work.

Paving – a ‘major deal’ – begins soon

By Austin Crosier Several  important announcements were made at the Granville Town Board meeting on April 8 by town supervisor Matt Hicks. Another picture of the road sign on Quaker…

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At first ‘live’ meeting, village OKs budget
Photo courtesy of the Town of Granville's website. A "Welcome to Granville" sign.

At first ‘live’ meeting, village OKs budget

Allowing a maximum of 25 people to attend in person at board meetings for the first time since the announcement of exclusive meetings on March 19, 2020, the Granville Village…

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Amish buggies struck, 3 injured
A broken-down buggy next to Hampton Volunteer Fire Company trucks.

Amish buggies struck, 3 injured

Two horse-drawn Amish buggies were rear-ended by a Toyota 4-Runner on U.S. Route 4 in Hampton at about 6 p.m. on April 6, injuring three people. Hampton Volunteer Fire Company…

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