Read more about the article County’s safety response team a surprise to some supervisors
Heavy discussion was prevalent at the Washington County Board of Supervisors meeting on June 17 after a resolution discussed was related to the Washington County Facility Safety Response Team, a unit unknown to several supervisors.

County’s safety response team a surprise to some supervisors

A resolution to amend the Washington County employee identification policy raised questions for town supervisors after mention of the county’s Facility Safety Response Team. The resolution that was approved by…

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Read more about the article Ag program growing at high school
An example of a habitual nest for birds that was created by a student.

Ag program growing at high school

Rewriting the previous notion of agriculture consisting solely of “cows, plows and sows,” two Granville High school teachers are introducing potential career interests to the youth roaming the halls. In…

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Read more about the article 74 Granville graduates praised
Members of the Granville Central School Class of 2022 toss their graduation caps into the sky following their commencement on June 24.

74 Granville graduates praised

The graduation caps soared high into the warm summer sky on June 24 when the Granville High School Class of 2022 completed its commencement ceremony in front of family, friends…

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Read more about the article Meade leaving for job in Schenectady schools
Granville Junior/Senior High School principal Lisa Meade has recently accepted a job at Schenectady City Schools. Photo courtesy of Stacie Arnhold.

Meade leaving for job in Schenectady schools

After three years as principal of Granville High School, Lisa Meade is stepping down to take a position as assistant director of special education for the Schenectady city schools. “My…

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Police Beat, June 30, 2022

Editor’s note: An arrest or a charge is not a conviction. All persons listed are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Charges can be amended or dismissed.…

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Read more about the article Washington County real estate transactions, June 9-13
12 Lincoln St. in Kingsbury is within walking distance of the recently reopened Moran-Derby Park. The four-bedroom, 1.5-bath, 1,724-square-foot-house on a 0.3-acre lot recently sold for $175,000.

Washington County real estate transactions, June 9-13

Recorded June 9 Daniel C. Marchaland and Matthew M. Marchaland sold 31 Burton Rd., Easton, to Eric J. Wheeler and Christina H. Wheeler for $165,000. An old country home at…

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Read more about the article Barker, Cooper top Hartford students
Hartford High School valedictorian Emmaline Barker and salutatorian Samantha Cooper.

Barker, Cooper top Hartford students

Emmaline Barker and Samantha Cooper have put in the work and will be recognized on June 24 as valedictorian and salutatorian of the Hartford High School graduating class of 2022.…

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Neighbors – Raceville, June 23, 2022

By Alice Baker All are welcome to the Baker estate sale to be held Friday-Sunday, June 24-26, at the Raceville Community House on Butler Road. Hours are 9 a.m. to…

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