‘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.
Inability to hire replacements ‘scary’ Worries about the dearth of full-time Granville Police Department officers were raised once again at the Granville Village Board meeting on Sept. 12. Community member…
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September 20, 2022
The Granville Village offices located on Quaker Street were scheduled to be filled with discussion for a community forum to inform individuals of opportunities and activities available in and around Granville before being canceled.
A federal program through the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is looking to make improvements to the economic stability and general well-being of the village of Granville’s Main Street and parks.…
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August 23, 2022
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A banner in the Village of Granville.
Village clerk Rick Roberts told the Granville Village Board at its Aug. 1 meeting that the village’s fiscal stress score is approaching unprecedented positive territory. Roberts said his conclusion was…
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August 9, 2022
Remy the 4-year-old Australian Shepherd/Golden Retriever mixed dog that went missing on June 4 and was found on June 20. Photo courtesy of Shane Willette
Labas, Granville board defend themselves against Telescope CEO Juckett, others in tense atmosphere Editor’s Note: NYVTmedia, which includes the flagship Granville Sentinel and the Whitehall Times, conducted dozens of interviews…