Regents exam optional this year

With the amount of rapid adaptation students have been put through this past year, the State of New York decided in March to cancel the Regents exam graduation requirement for…

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COVID-safe Memorial Day parade planned

The Whitehall Village Board approved Legion Post 83 Commander’s Mike Rocque’s proposal to move forward with the return of the annual Memorial Day parade, which he said would be organized…

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Special ed to offer new options

Director of special education services Julie Umar gave an update on the standing of the special education department at the Whitehall Board of Education’s April meeting, outlining what’s in store…

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Sprucing up for the craft fair

Whitehall’s Skenesborough Park will be going through a gardening project very soon near the town office building and the Skenesborough Museum in advance of a craft fair on May 15.…

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Tightened school virus rules trouble Dee

Whitehall Junior-Senior High School will be getting acclimated to the updated state Department of Health’s COVID-19 guidelines but school superintendent Patrick Dee isn’t happy about it. Dee said the updates…

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Brooks family seeking fireman law

Last September, the Whitehall community lost a native who did more for Whitehall than he did for himself. James Brooks Jr., better known as Jim, succumbed at the age of…

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Kindergarten registration is coming soon

Whitehall Elementary School has started getting its next class of kindergarteners set up for the fall semester. Principal Judy Gould spoke about how the process has changed because of COVID-19…

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