Read more about the article Ceremony embraces Flag Day
Dozens of community members gathered at Mary J. Tanner School for a Flag Day ceremony on June 14.

Ceremony embraces Flag Day

Mary J. Tanner School students, staff, parents and local veteran organizations gathered in front of the school building on June 14 to embrace the importance of Flag Day. The "Star…

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Read more about the article Davidson’s appeal dismissed in school vote electioneering   
Joel Davidson electioneering outside of Granville Junior/ Senior High School for the 2021 Granville Board of Education and Budget vote.

Davidson’s appeal dismissed in school vote electioneering   

An ongoing appeal filing stemming from an incident that occurred during the Granville school district elections in May 2021 has been laid to rest by New York State Education Department…

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Read more about the article Washington County real estate transactions, June 2-8
This well-kept 1,288-square-foot ranch located just outside the village of Argyle at 5179 State Route 40 has three bedrooms and 1.5 baths. It recently sold for $230,000.

Washington County real estate transactions, June 2-8

Recorded June 2 Melissa Lavin sold 399 Winters Rd., Whitehall, to Owen W. Lavin for $10,000. Mark Diaz sold 4 McDowell St., Kingsbury, to Taylor J. Paton for $148,000. Originally…

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Read more about the article Labas: leash dogs, bag brush
Mayor Paul Labas

Labas: leash dogs, bag brush

Granville Mayor Paul Labas addressed two prevalent issues in the village at the June 6 Village Board Meeting, one involving a leash mandate and the other dealing with brush collection.…

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Read more about the article Town OKs N. Granville fire department’s bid for non-profit status
The North Granville Hose Company firehouse located on State Route 22.

Town OKs N. Granville fire department’s bid for non-profit status

After jumping through required legal hurdles, the North Granville Hose Company was approved by the Granville Town Board on June 9 to amend its certificate of incorporation to formally become…

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Read more about the article Granville sports round-up, June 16, 2022
The Granville Unified Basketball team finished second in the Section II Tournament after falling to Niskayuna in the championship game. (Photo by Katie Barber)

Granville sports round-up, June 16, 2022

Unified Basketball ends ‘amazing’ first year By Keith Harrington The first season of Granville Unified Basketball has come to an end and all involved would agree that that it was…

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Read more about the article May, June ‘good apples’ picked
1. Granville Junior/Senior High School seniors Kody Devino (left) and Hannah Ingleston (right) were nominated and selected as the “Good Apple Award” recipients for the months of June and May, respectively.

May, June ‘good apples’ picked

As the school year makes the final push toward the finish line, Granville Junior/Senior High School and Hicks Orchard honored the “Good Apple Award” recipients for May and June on…

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