Need a lift? Senior shuttle offers important service

By Jaime Thomas As a person gets older, it becomes harder and harder to maintain independence—both financially and physically. For those getting up in their years in Granville, getting around…

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Cemetery meeting Saturday

The annual meeting of the Greenmount Cemetery Association will be held Saturday afternoon. All lot owners are invited to attend the meeting, which will be held at 1 p.m. on…

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Horde wrestlers show promise at Section II Tournament

A few Golden Horde wrestlers packed a lot of punch in a very long Section II Tournament at Queensbury High School on Feb. 10. At 160 pounds, Brad Perry went…

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Grant named new Chamber president

The Whitehall Chamber of Commerce recently selected its officers and a new board of directors. The biggest change comes at the top of the Chamber’s power structure where Dana Grant…

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Boys hoopsters lose to Stillwater

Despite three out of four evenly matched quarters, the Granville boys basketball team took a 75-60 loss to Stillwater Friday night. Coach Duane Dodge saw his team play strongly in…

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Skene Manor needs more volunteers

The Skene Manor depends on the work of dedicated volunteers like Jared DeRusha. The estate does not have a paid staff and therefore depends on a small army of volunteers…

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Bowling preview: young but experienced squad for 2010

Despite the relative youth of her team, Granville bowling head coach Cathy Kilby expects to see a competitive squad after it gets all the “new-ness” worked out. “I have a…

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a blog by any other name

I’d like to take the time and mention by name the second person ever to respond to this blog: Pat Wesner. Pat posted some kind comments about the passing of…

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Village set to check basements

Things are going according to plan, for the most part.

Travis Mitchell with the Environmental Design Partnership met with members of the Whitehall Village Board during their Aug. 17 meeting to talk about the progress that his company had made on the wastewater treatment system, including what the village needs to do to meet the Consent Order it signed with the Department of Environmental Conservation.

 

 

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Jillson:”I’m sorry”

No jail time.

That was the decision made by Judge John S. Hall Jr. as he sentenced former Whitehall Town Clerk Janet Jillson on Friday, June 26, giving her five years probation for stealing funds from the town.

 

 

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