Whitehall sports round-up, Sept. 29, 2022

Boys sweep races, girls do not By Keith Harrington In a track meet hosted by Granville, the Granville-Whitehall boys swept their races, while Corinth-Hadley-Luzerne swept the girls meet. Granville-Whitehall defeated…

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Glens Falls Hospital woos Whitehall

The Whitehall Town Board at its September meeting was presented with the idea of bettering the community by working with Glens Falls Hospital. The hospital’s health promotion team was represented…

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Read more about the article Police assist animal control officer
‘As far as shift coverage there’s at least 25 hours a week where nobody is covering the village. I’m working 75-hour weeks, another officer is working 75-hour weeks and Ernie’s getting in 40-50 hours a week so, you do the math,’ Granville Sgt. Josh Whitney said.

Police assist animal control officer

The Whitehall Police Department was called to 49 Saunders St. on Sept. 22 to aid Whitehall animal control officer Kathy Hall with gaining access to a dog that she had…

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Read more about the article Electric school buses get cool reception
Board of Education members are still waiting to hear on being accepted for funding for electric buses. The first company to present electric vehicles was Enel North America at the August board meeting. (Photo courtesy of Lori Langevin)

Electric school buses get cool reception

In Gov. Kathy Hochul’s State of the State address back in January, she proposed a commitment to 100% electric school buses in New York by 2035. With a recent presentation…

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Read more about the article At 18, she built Sasquatch statue
Rainee Brazee of Creative DeSIGNS and Concepts in Whitehall created a life-like sasquatch statue for the 2022 Sasquatch Festival. The creature is on display in the shop’s front window on Main Street. (Photos by Caton Deuso)

At 18, she built Sasquatch statue

Sasquatch mid build and the reference Rainee Brazee used to create the statue. (Photo by Caton Deuso) Just 18 years old, Rainee Brazee has made some impressive creative projects in…

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Read more about the article Whitehall sports round-up, Sept. 22, 2022
The Granville-Whitehall modified boys cross country team placed fifth at the Queensbury Invitational on Saturday. (Photo by Tim Best)

Whitehall sports round-up, Sept. 22, 2022

Local athletes compete in track invy By Keith Harrington The Granville-Whitehall and Hartford cross country teams opened the season Saturday at the annual Queensbury Invitational, where more than 50 varsity-level…

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Read more about the article Dresden asked to support septic tests
Stephanie Copeland, a homeowner of a house on Cook Bay asked the Dresden Town Board on Sept. 12 to support a five-year annual inspection of septic systems of homes in Huletts Landing.

Dresden asked to support septic tests

Stephanie Copeland, a homeowner of a house on Cook Bay asked the Dresden Town Board on Sept. 12 to support a five-year annual inspection of septic systems of homes in…

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Read more about the article All invited to annual fall festival Oct. 8
Grace Baptist Church will hold a free Fall Festival on Saturday, Oct. 8 from 2 to 5 p.m. All community members are invited to attend; there will be activities for the entire family to enjoy. (Photo by Caton Deuso)

All invited to annual fall festival Oct. 8

Grace Baptist Church of Whitehall has started planning its annual Fall Festival to be held on Oct. 8 on Queen Street. Youth pastor and Whitehall native Kevin Gebo said the…

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Read more about the article Historical society growing in Whitehall
The Whitehall Historical Society has seen a 30 to 35% increase in membership over the past year and welcomed four new members this week. The organization is working on bringing new ideas to Skenesborough Museum and maintaining the outdoor museum collection. (Photo by Caton Deuso)

Historical society growing in Whitehall

As the summer fades and the autumn breeze starts to stir, Whitehall Historical Society president Bob Mowatt reflects on the progress made by the organization throughout the summer. At the…

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