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Arvin Jabot receives a hug from Whitehall Elementary School guidance counselor Halie Brennan after she presented him with a scrapbook containing photos of his daughter, Airyonna, as well as several pieces of her art during a ceremony honoring the fourth grader, who died in a fire at her Whitehall home on May 8. Brennan, elementary school Principal Adriana Strong and other Whitehall Central School District employees put together the ceremony to help the community grieve the 10-year-old's death. Photo by EJ Conzola II

A memorial for Airyonna

By EJ Conzola II NYVT Media The Whitehall 10-year-old who died in a fire at a Maple Street home on May 8 was remembered as “sweet, silly and a kind…

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Read more about the article HGTV series unveils renovation of former village hall
Photo by Stephanie Munguia for “Cheap Old Houses.” Ethan and Elizabeth Finkelstein, the producers of the HGTV show “Who’s Afraid of a Cheap Old House,” pose in front of the former Whitehall Village Hall on the corner of Saunders and North Willliams streets in this promotional photo from the network. Renovation of the building will be featured in the show’s premiere episode, which airs at 10 p.m. May 14.

HGTV series unveils renovation of former village hall

By EJ Conzola II The Village of Whitehall will have its turn in the national spotlight May 14 when the HGTV home renovation series “Who’s Afraid of a Cheap Old…

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Read more about the article Greenwich High School senior among Women of Distinction
Contributed photo. The awardees in order of appearance: Top row, Carol Polaczek (in honor of her late daughter Pamela), Pamela Stott, Renee Farley, Mary Beth McCullen, Donna Nichols, Assemblywoman Carrie Woerner, Sachmarie Crowley, Cheryl Grey and Fran Wurster. Seated: Marlene Countermine, Judith Thompson-Sullivan, Pamela Fisher, Judy Chittenden-Moffitt, Kiley Allen (Essay Contest Winner) and Kelly Hayes. Not pictured are Jeanne Noordsy and Theresa Skaine.

Greenwich High School senior among Women of Distinction

Assemblywoman Carrie Woerner (D-Round Lake) hosted her annual Women of Distinction Awards on Sunday, April 28, at The Inn at Saratoga. From a record number of nominations, 15 women were…

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