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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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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Order of protection sparks dispute

The Whitehall Police Department received multiple requests for a call back on April 1 at 7:42 p.m. from 52-year-old Clifford Grover and a 33-year-old woman regarding an order of protection.…

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Highway department is always on the go

The Whitehall Highway Department is in constant motion throughout the year and sometimes its deeds go unseen. During evening hours in the winter, for example, they’re hard at work when…

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Stimulus money for Washington County

With the news of roughly $7.5 million being distributed to the 17 townships in Washington County, and $12 million being distributed to the county alone, town supervisors and village mayors…

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