Read more about the article Former town offices going to ‘100% buyer-beware auction’
From left, Granville Town Board members Jim Bradt and Tom Cosey, supervisor Matt Hicks, board members Matt Rathbun and Ken Quick at the Sept. 8 board meeting.

Former town offices going to ‘100% buyer-beware auction’

Following a long executive session with attorney Mike Catalfamo, the Granville Town Board announced it would sell the former town office building at 42 Main Street via online auction. The…

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Read more about the article Granville buys Senior Shuttle van
The newly acquired senior shuttle vehicle used for individuals aged 55 and older in the town and village of Granville.

Granville buys Senior Shuttle van

The town and village of Granville acquired a “new-to-them” van from the Washington County Board of Supervisors on Aug. 19 to be used for the Senior Shuttle program. The van,…

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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 Extra funding means better town roads
Doug Durkee of Peckham Materials makes the long drive up Aldous Road as workers at the end of the paver shim the road.

Extra funding means better town roads

An extra allotment of funds is allowing Granville’s town highway department to have a busy summer over each of the next two years, shimming and blacktopping many roads that need…

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Read more about the article Grant to fund town courtroom upgrades
Taken in December 2021, the early stages of the platform that will host the court bench of the new Granville town offices.

Grant to fund town courtroom upgrades

Granville Judge Roger Forando and supervisor Matt Hicks have announced the town was approved for a grant for courtroom renovations in the new town offices that will include an elevated…

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Read more about the article Woman hurt, another ticketed in collision
Photo courtesy of Sheena Galusha. Sheena Galusha's vehicle following a car accident at the intersection of County Route 17 and State Route 40 in North Granville on Feb. 1.

Woman hurt, another ticketed in collision

A car collision in North Granville on Feb. 1 left a Hartford woman hospitalized with a broken right clavicle and a Granville woman ticketed for failing to yield the right…

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Read more about the article Town eyes April move to new offices
The Manchester Newspapers building located at 14 E. Main St. in Granville

Town eyes April move to new offices

The Granville Town Board’s first meeting of 2022 on Jan. 13 served as an organizational meeting and provided updates to the new town offices and the water in North Granville.…

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Read more about the article Pine St. homes to be renumbered
The corner of Pine Street and North Street.

Pine St. homes to be renumbered

Granville’s Pine Street residents will be receiving new numbers to their residences next month. Washington County Real Property director Laura B. Chadwick on Dec. 6 informed the Granville Village Board…

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Read more about the article New wells will ease dirty water issue
Photo courtesy of Nolan Ynesta. A contaminated water sample collected in a bottle by Nolan Ynesta.

New wells will ease dirty water issue

Moving the Granville Town Board meeting to Nov. 10 in observance of Veterans Day on Nov. 11, the board received public participation from a concerned constituent of the North Granville…

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Read more about the article Unopposed, 7 Republican incumbents win
Photo courtesy of washingtoncountyny.gov. The Washington County, New York logo.

Unopposed, 7 Republican incumbents win

Seven Republican public officials representing the towns of Granville and Whitehall were unofficially reelected after all of them ran unopposed on Election Day on Nov. 2. The Washington County Board…

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