Village’s fiscal stress is dropping
Photo courtesy of the Town of Granville's website. A "Welcome to Granville" sign.

Village’s fiscal stress is dropping

By maintaining a consistent approach in seeking ways to save and spend more efficiently, the Village of Granville is close to reaching unprecedented fiscal ground. Granville village clerk and treasurer…

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E. Main St. driveways a ‘nightmare’
The drainage swale dip extending from the driveways of 49 and 51 East Main Street.

E. Main St. driveways a ‘nightmare’

Two East Main Street residents have driveways that are virtually unusable and Granville officials maintain the state did a sloppy repair job about two years ago and should be responsible…

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Whiskey River Band to launch park concerts
The Whiskey River Band

Whiskey River Band to launch park concerts

Photo by Caton Deuso. The full lineup for the 2021 Granville Summer Concert Series. Kicking off the Summer Concert Series at Veterans Memorial Park in the Village of Granville on…

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Bank building sale ‘pending’
The pending sale sign in front of the old TD Bank building located at 6-10 Main Street and 1-3 North Street in the Village of Granville.

Bank building sale ‘pending’

There is a sale pending on a popular building in Granville. After the town and village of Granville came close to purchasing the old TD Bank building in 2019 and…

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Village gets grant to study sewer issues
The North Street pump station which treats the sewer of Pine Hill area and some Main Street residences.

Village gets grant to study sewer issues

The Village of Granville has been awarded an Inflow and Infiltration engineering and planning grant through the New York State Environmental Facilities Corporation that will fund a study to learn…

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Theo Mann, 17, builds picnic tables

Although not necessarily required, community service has always been an integral part of being a Granville resident. With his bare hands and a passionate heart towards an idea bigger than…

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Village: pay water bills, avoid hefty costs
Village of Granville Clerk and Treasurer Registrar Rick Roberts.

Village: pay water bills, avoid hefty costs

Village taxpayers in Granville are going to be encouraged to either pay their water bill in full or pay monthly installments until bills are paid off to avoid a hefty…

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Rathbun Ave. to add ‘Children at Play’ signs
A view of the narrow road on Rathbun Avenue.

Rathbun Ave. to add ‘Children at Play’ signs

The corner of Rathbun Avenue. Signs on Rathbun Avenue are expected to be put in place soon to warn drivers of “Children at Play.” At the Granville Village Board meeting…

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‘Dawg’s’ says goodbye to Granville
Photo Courtesy of What's Up Dawg's Facebook page. Vinnie and Julie Covino.

‘Dawg’s’ says goodbye to Granville

A family-friendly staple in Granville for the last decade will be closing its doors on April 30, but not due to lack of business. Vinnie and Julie Covino of Granville,…

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Stimulus money for Washington County

With the news of roughly $7.5 million being distributed to the 17 townships in Washington County, and $12 million being distributed to the county alone, town supervisors and village mayors…

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