School district awaits insurance claim

By Jay Mullen Whitehall Central School District is still waiting for the New York Schools Insurance Reciprocal to give them an answer about coverage for the damages sustained from the…

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Town decides not to buy flood insurance

By Jay Mullen The recent flooding caused by storms last month was described as a “freak deal” by highway superintendent Louis Pratt during the Whitehall Town Board meeting on Sept.…

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Flowers ripped out by vandals

By Jay Mullen Early Sunday morning George Armstrong was on his way over to the Stewart’s on Poultney Street to water the flower beds that have been planted there. What…

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Canal wall work suspended

By Jay Mullen Work being done on the canal wall on North Williams Street has been halted because of evidence found suggesting that the village of Whitehall does not own…

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Municipal center cleanup underway

By Jay Mullen The Whitehall Municipal Center, which the town, village, court and police offices call home, is in the process of being cleaned up after recent storms caused damages…

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School district to bank locally

By Jay Mullen Whitehall Central School District is now banking locally. The Board of Education voted unanimously Monday to place its banking business with Community Bank on Main Street. School…

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Flat Iron cleanup nearly done

By Jay Mullen The long process of cleaning the Flat Iron building property finally began Monday, Aug. 10 and should be finishing up soon. The debris will all be cleaned…

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