Hartford eyes school renovations
Photo courtesy of Andrew Cook. The before and after design concept for the proposed Capital Project at Hartford Central School District.

Hartford eyes school renovations

Following the potential passing of a resolution scheduled for the December Hartford Board of Education meeting, Hartford Central School District could be looking at millions of dollars’ worth of renovations…

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Village board mandates use of masks
Left to right: Granville Village Board members Lisa Ackert and Dean Hyatt, Mayor Paul Labas, board members Gordon Smith and Dan Brown at the monthly village board meeting.

Village board mandates use of masks

With rising numbers of confirmed positive COVID-19 cases in Washington County and Granville, the Granville Village Board voted unanimously to require masks when inside the Village Municipal Center, regardless of…

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School upgrades displayed; Poucher retires
(Left to right) Granville Board of Education president Audrey Hicks, board members Michele O’Brien and Ed Vladyka and superintendent Tom McGurl speak in the cafeteria about potential plans while construction is ongoing (Photo by Austin Crosier)

School upgrades displayed; Poucher retires

An update on the construction project at Granville High School and the acceptance of the retirement of an appreciated administrator were the highlights of the July meeting of the Granville…

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Historic Slyboro schoolhouse could be re-born
The Slyboro schoolhouse shining in the sunlight.

Historic Slyboro schoolhouse could be re-born

When looking back at one’s life, the recollection of memories, whether good or bad, ultimately define an individual’s experience in their lifetime and the decisions they chose to make. Long…

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Warren Tire officially opens for business

Warren Tire Service Center officially opened the doors to its Whitehall location on Monday after weeks of extensive renovations. “We’re very happy to be in the area. Everyone who stopped…

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Bedlam Corners to reopen

By Jaime Thomas The day after she bought the remains of the Bedlam Corners general store in August, Virginia Curran started renovating it. Since then, she has spent a lot…

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Museum roof to be replaced

One of Whitehall’s premier cultural attractions will soon undergo renovations that will give the museum a new lease on life. The Skenesborough Museum, which has stood beside the Champlain Canal…

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Marina’s lien deal wins ok

The village Board of Trustees accepted a $16,000 offer to settle a lien it held on the Whitehall Marina. The board approved the offer, which was made by marina owner…

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Town seeks grant to explore solar

The town is seeking funds to study a possible solar project that could power some of the community’s municipal buildings. The town board approved a resolution during last week’s board…

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Town could move next month

Renovations to the former Skenesborough Firehouse continue and town officials anticipate making a move next month. Supervisor George Armstrong said work continues to progress and at least some services could…

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