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Quarryman not returning

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One of Main Street’s most well known residents has been missing for years and it doesn’t appear he will be returning anytime soon. Village clerk Rick Roberts said it’s highly unlikely that the Quarry Man will be returning to his perch on Main Street. Roberts said the cost of returning the Slate Man to town […]

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Matthew Fiske, 43

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Matthew Parker Fiske, 43, passed away Aug. 24 as a result of a tragic automobile accident. One of God’s brightest lights was extinguished far too soon. Matthew was born May 4, 1971, in Glens Falls. He was the son of the late Frank Fiske, Jr. and Judith Rae (Parker) Fiske. Matthew was well-loved in both […]

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Storefront undergoes rebirth

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A storefront that has stood on West Main Street for more than 100 years has been given new life. When Edwards Market opens this fall it will culminate more than three years of laborious renovations and serve as a rebirth of sorts for a building that has been a center of commerce in the local […]

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W. Pawlet auction Thursday

The West Pawlet Volunteer Fire Department will host its annual auction this evening at the West Pawlet Firehouse, Route 153, in West Pawlet. The auction event begins at 6 p.m. and it does not end until all items are gone. Auctioneer for the event will be Chriss Mars, son of the late Vermont auctioneer Bus […]

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Hebron family to perform in Salem

A year after their joyful performance for a packed house last summer at the South Granville Congregational Church, the seven members of the LaMothe/Gee Family are back with a new show, appearing further down the road at the Fort Salem Theater, in Salem. Earth Bound offers an evening of inspiring, enlivening song, music, and dance. […]

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Hartford to explore solar

The town of Hartford is exploring the possibility of solar. Supervisor Dana Haff said he and Highway Superintendent Greg Brown intended to reach out to solar providers to determine if the option was economically feasible for the town. “If we can cut our bill in half and it costs nothing I think it’s worth looking […]

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Hearing office sustains town’s charges in Hampton wood case

A Hampton town employee could face disciplinary action after a hearing officer ruled in favor of the town during a civil service hearing last week. Bob Henke, a section 75 hearing officer, ruled that the evidence presented during the hearing sustained the town’s charges that Malcolm Pratt, a longtime employee of the town’s highway department, […]

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County makes budget amendments

A surge in unattended deaths forced county supervisors to appropriate more money Friday for autopsies. Supervisors moved $25,000 from its appropriated fund balance to cover the cost of autopsies. As of last week, the county had paid for 46 autopsies. During that same period last year, the county had paid for 21 autopsies. The total […]

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Blood drive Friday

The Granville Rotary will sponsor its annual August Bloodmobile from 1 to 6 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 22, at the Granville Hook and Ladder Firehouse. The organization has a goal of collecting at least 45 pints of blood and hopes to exceed that. The bloodmobile is held in memory of deceased Rotarians to recognize the […]

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Jennie Fragnoli Hadeka, 95

Jennie F. Hadeka Jennie Fragnoli Hadeka, age 95, of Granville died Friday, August 15, 2014 at Indian River Nursing And Rehabilitation Center following a long illness. Jennie was born on December 31, 1918 in Granville, NY the daughter of the late John and Mary (Maurilla) Fragnoli. Jennie worked at the A&P, and the Grand Union […]

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Railroaders trounce Bombers

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By Dan King Whitehall football defeated Section IX’s Pine Plains by a score of 54-6, sparked by 48 first half […]

Soccer team starts season with win

By Dan King Whitehall soccer started the season the right way, with a 2-0 shutout of the Hadley-Luzerne Eagles, last […]

Golf team moves to 4-0

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By Dan King Whitehall golf is now 4-0 on the season, after sweeping Corinth last Tuesday and sweeping North Warren […]

Despite councilman’s objections, town approves speed changes

By Dan King Town councilman Farrell Prefountaine returned from a lengthy medical leave at last Wednesday’s board meeting and he […]

Applefest Saturday in Fair Haven

By Dan King Applefest has been conducted annually by Fair Haven School for over 25 years now and the event […]

Rec Center sees rise in unaccompanied children

“We had to fish three little girls out of the canal, no parents were home and there was nobody we […]

Officials concerned with property

By Dan King “My son was riding his bike and almost got hit by a car, because he could not […]

WIC finds new home

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By Dan King The Women, Infants and Children (WIC) program in Whitehall will now be hosted in the Rec Center. […]

100 years of Whitehall football

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By Dan King Whitehall High School has been fielding an interscholastic varsity football team since before the start of World […]

Volleyball team beats Glens Falls

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Granville’s volleyball team picked up a big non-league win over Glens Falls on Monday. After winning the first two games, […]

Soccer coach pleased with effort

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Girls soccer coach Jane Havens may not have been happy with the final score but she was pleased with her […]

Horde edged by Corinth in overtime thriller

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Sometimes a loss feels as good as a win. Granville’s field hockey team may have come out on the wrong […]