Putorti talks to board

Robert Putorti made sure he had his chance to clear the air.

Putorti, who was named in the Washington County Sheriff Department’s report on possible misuse of gasoline at the Whitehall town garage, read a letter to the members of the town board on Tuesday stating when he used the fuel and under whose directions.

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game on??

Soccer finale  Might be a soccer game girls vs boys varsity teams. With the weather absolutely freezing outside and rain-snowing I'm not sure if this one will still take place.…

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Town watched by Cathrine Skene

She came to America with her husband.

Together, they settled down in a town which was named after the husband and built a luxurious castle.

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Town looks to cut salaries

The Whitehall town board is looking to cut wherever it can.

Board members discussed several cost-cutting measures at the Oct. 20 town budget meeting, including cutting the pay of the town clerk and town highway superintendent.

“If we make the town clerk a part-time salary position, I think that there is a chance for reduction here,” said town councilman David Waters. “The main thing that she does while she is here is sell dump tickets, and she could be in the office on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday and work from her home the rest of the week.”

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Town Gas, Own Fuel

Members of the Whitehall town highway department have been filling their gas tanks with town fuel, according to an investigation compiled by the Washington County Sheriff’s Department.

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‘An historian’s candy store’

By Jamie Norton

Behind Dennis Darius’ house in Middle Granville lies a large plot of dirt covered with the vivid colors of the fallen autumn foliage. Trees and the remains of an old stone fence run along part of the perimeter, while stumps and slabs, large and small, of marble and slate, are sprinkled throughout…

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