Read more about the article Village OKs contracts with police, DPW workers
From left: Granville Village Board members Lisa Ackert and Dean Hyatt, Mayor Paul Labas and board members Gordon Smith (on tablet) and Dan Brown.

Village OKs contracts with police, DPW workers

The Granville Village Board approved new contracts with the village police force and the public works department following a 25-minute executive session on May 2. “We finally got this thing…

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Read more about the article New bridge targeted in vandalism spree
Spray paint underneath the Church Street Bridge closest to Morrison Avenue and Pump House Road.

New bridge targeted in vandalism spree

Keeping up with the common trend of property damage over the last few years in the village of Granville, Mayor Paul Labas and Granville police have confirmed that the new…

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Read more about the article Police add part-time transport matron
Granville Police Department

Police add part-time transport matron

The Granville police department has hired a part-time uncertified corrections officer for special circumstances. Chelsea Little was unanimously approved by the Village Board on April 4 to serve in the…

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Read more about the article ‘Rude’ activist roils Granville offices: Police called in for assistance
The current Granville town offices located at 42 Main Street where an activist for “Press NH Now” challenged town officials on their knowledge of the First Amendment.

‘Rude’ activist roils Granville offices: Police called in for assistance

A First Amendment activist from New Hampshire has collected more than 42,000 views and 870 comments in less than 24 hours on his most recent YouTube video confronting Town of…

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Read more about the article School resource officer’s contract renewed
Photo courtesy of Lisa Meade. Granville School Resource Officer T.J. Zovistoski speaking with a child.

School resource officer’s contract renewed

After weighing two options, the Granville Board of Education has agreed to maintain a school resource officer (SRO) through the Granville police department. The active SRO for Granville Central School…

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Read more about the article Granville still can’t find police officers
Granville Police Department

Granville still can’t find police officers

Mayor Paul Labas and Police Chief Ernest Bassett Jr. said at a Granville Village Board meeting Monday night that they’ve had no success in hiring full-time police officers to fill…

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Read more about the article Fugitive in drug case arrested
A Granville Police Department patrol vehicle.

Fugitive in drug case arrested

Rick. E. Emrick, 42, of West Rutland, Vermont, was arrested by two Granville officers at Marble Valley Regional Correctional Facility in Rutland, Vermont after being identified as a fugitive from…

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Read more about the article Police, village agree on new CBA
A Granville police department patrol vehicle.

Police, village agree on new CBA

A new collective bargaining agreement has been reached by the village of Granville and its police officers, who will receive raises retroactive to last June, when the former contract expired.…

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Read more about the article Labas, Bassett: No cops available to hire
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Labas, Bassett: No cops available to hire

Mayor Paul Labas and police chief Ernie Bassett Jr. agreed at a Granville Village Board meeting on Jan. 3 that, as Labas put it, “there are no officers out there for…

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Read more about the article Adding a part-timer, police still in crisis
A patrol vehicle for Granville Police Department.

Adding a part-timer, police still in crisis

Concerns with police officer depth over the last month were slightly relieved when the Granville Police Department added a new part-time member to its force on Dec. 6 following approval…

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