Village weighs use of stimulus funds

The Whitehall Village Board met on Jan. 28 for an organizational meeting and discussed 2022 plans, goals and how Covid-19 stimulus money will be used. Mayor Julie Eagan said $130,358…

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Jobs for Whitehall? Call Amazon

A proposal for an Amazon Fulfillment Center coming to Whitehall to generate jobs was made at the November Village Board meeting by Roark Merrill, who has purchased the Whitehall Armory.…

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Goal: Fix canal wall ‘before winter’

Whitehall Village Board member Tim Watson said at the Sept. 21 board meeting that the village “hopes” to get the damaged canal wall repaired “before winter” so North Williams Street…

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Village is looking into major repair

The village of Whitehall may be receiving new water meters soon. At the village board meeting on March 16, the board spoke with a representative of Badger Meter about the…

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The Pember Library and Museum of Natural History

Pember board tackles many issues

Meeting for the first time in the new year, the Pember Library and Museum Board of Trustees joined socially distanced with two trustees attending via Zoom to discuss upcoming events…

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Read more about the article N. Williams St. may open one-way
This section of North Williams Street has been closed since September.

N. Williams St. may open one-way

By PJ Ferguson Whitehall village officials are now considering the idea of opening North Williams Street to one-lane, one-way traffic. Proposed by trustee David Chaplin during Thursday’s budget workshop, the…

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The Whitehall Village Board (R-L: David Chaplin, Timothy Watson, Pat Norton, Teresa Austin and Mayor Phil Smith.

Alcohol, dog droppings concern village

By PJ Ferguson Whitehall Village Board member Teresa Austin aired multiple concerns she received from individuals regarding allowing the sale and consumption of alcohol in Riverside Park for the Sasquatch…

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Read more about the article Williams Street snow dilemma
This section of North Williams Street has been closed since September.

Williams Street snow dilemma

By PJ Ferguson If you would like to catch a glimpse of what the roads would look like if snow removal was stopped, look no further than the closed North…

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Village hires new attorney

By PJ Ferguson The village of Whitehall has parted ways with its attorney, Erika Sellar Ryan of Keller & Sellar Ryan PLLC. Matthew Fuller of Meyer, Fuller & Stockwell PLCC,…

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