Whitehall’s only winter sport: Bowling

Bowling is going to be the only sport that Whitehall Central School District student-athletes will be able to participate in this winter. Superintendent Pat Dee informed the Whitehall Board of…

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Pair sentenced for kidnapping

More than a year has passed since two Missouri men kidnapped a pair of Whitehall girls. On Nov. 13, they both were sentenced in Washington County Court. Bradley R. Mittler…

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Low-cost loans offered to flood victims

Low-interest loans are available for homeowners and businesses alike who were affected by the flooding that took place at the end of August in Whitehall and surrounding communities. Essex, Rensselaer,…

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Studios fire displaces 28 residents

A structure fire at the Whitehall Studios apartment complex at around 8:30 a.m. displaced 28 residents on Nov. 3. Assistant Whitehall fire chief Steve Brock was the first officer on…

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They conquer 136-mile Adirondack trail

Fourteen days and 136 miles later, Sarah (Ryder) Barnes, Rodney Tracy and his dog Bridgett can officially say they have hiked the Northville-Placid Trail in the Adirondack Park.  Barnes grew…

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What voters need to know

What voters need to know By Austin Crosier With the final Presidential Debate concluded and Election Day rapidly approaching, it’s important for the constituents in small towns like Granville, Whitehall…

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Eggleston taking part in state competition

Whitehall senior Zoë Eggleston is participating in this year’s Distinguished Young Women of New York competition. The Distinguished Young Women of New York is a part of the national scholarship…

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