Read more about the article Argyle man questions how supervisors voted
The Washington County Board of Supervisors listened to personal questions in regard to their voting habits posed by Merle Nichols of Argyle in consecutive monthly meetings. (Photo by Austin Crosier)

Argyle man questions how supervisors voted

In consecutive meetings of the Washington County Board of Supervisors, an Argyle man has exercised Argyle supervisor Bob Henke’s “privilege of the floor” to question the 17 county supervisors on…

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Read more about the article Hartford chooses rescue plan fund recipients
Hartford supervisor Dana Haff

Hartford chooses rescue plan fund recipients

After a two-month period of accepting applications, the Hartford Town Board announced three recipients of American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding from lost revenue because of the Covid-19 pandemic. Supervisor…

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Read more about the article Simpson recognizes first place 8u softball team
The Hartford Youth Commission softball team with New York State Assemblyman Matt Simpson on Aug. 1 (Photo courtesy of Dana Haff)

Simpson recognizes first place 8u softball team

The Hartford Youth Commission’s 8u softball team was recognized on Aug. 1 by New York State Assemblyman Matt Simpson for its undefeated 10-0 season and first-place Southern Adirondack League Playoff…

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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 Hartford ‘rescue’ money to aid non-profits
Hartford supervisor Dana Haff

Hartford ‘rescue’ money to aid non-profits

Hartford supervisor Dana Haff announced on June 14 he would like to spread some of the $224,922.40 in American Rescue Plan Act funds awarded to the Town of Hartford to…

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Read more about the article Granville, Hartford honor veterans
Members of the Granville American Legion Riders proudly hold flags in Veterans Memorial Park while members of the Granville American Legion Ladies Auxiliary place wreathes at the monument around the water fountain in the center of the park.

Granville, Hartford honor veterans

Honoring and recognizing the ultimate sacrifice made by those in service representing the United States was a full-day affair for those in Granville and Hartford on May 30. For Memorial…

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Read more about the article Locals remember ‘that dreadful day’
The Freedom Tower and 9/11 Memorial Fountain in New York City.

Locals remember ‘that dreadful day’

By Austin Crosier and Caton Deuso There are specific, easily recalled moments in time that stand out over others. Birthdays, graduations, weddings and deaths are usually in that category. Sept.…

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Read more about the article DPW workers, Hartford at impasse on contract
Left to right: The Hartford Highway Department crew of David Swezey, Jeff Chapin and Jason Morehouse.

DPW workers, Hartford at impasse on contract

A two-year-long contract negotiation between the Town of Hartford and the Hartford Town Highway Department employees has gone nowhere, leading to mediation and an “impasse.” Jason Morehouse, Jeff Chapin and…

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