Bobsledder Bascue: ‘We want more’
Whitehall’s Codie Bascue is off to a strong start on the World Cup Bobsled circuit. (Photo courtesy of USA Bobsled)

Bobsledder Bascue: ‘We want more’

By Keith Harrington In 2018 residents of Whitehall and the entire area were clinging to their televisions and computers to watch local hero Codie Bascue compete at the Olympic Games…

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Dee asks parents to transport kids

Whitehall school superintendent Patrick Dee is asking that parents with students in the Whitehall Central School transport students to and from school if they are able to in an effort…

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Skene Manor is alight for Christmas

The Skene Manor Christmas Committee was formed with 12 members back in July and last weekend celebrated the first outdoor lighting of Skene Manor. Kim Lacroix attended the meeting in…

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Whitehall sports round-up, Nov. 25, 2021
Whitehall’s Spencer Dickinson (left) of Western New England placed sixth at the Doug Parker Invitational on Saturday. (Photo by Jen Dickinson)

Whitehall sports round-up, Nov. 25, 2021

Dickinson shines on tourney mat By Keith Harrington Former Whitehall standout wrestler Spencer Dickinson continues to shine in his first season at the college level. Dickinson had a successful weekend…

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Mobile health unit ready to roll, town says

Supervisor John Rozell told the Town Board at its Nov. 17 meeting that the Hudson Headwaters’ mobile health unit had visited Whitehall and “everything is working great” in anticipation of…

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Jobs for Whitehall? Call Amazon

A proposal for an Amazon Fulfillment Center coming to Whitehall to generate jobs was made at the November Village Board meeting by Roark Merrill, who has purchased the Whitehall Armory.…

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