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Baseball downed by league foes

Wasaren League play has not been kind to Granville’s baseball team in the early part of the season. The Horde lost its first four league games of the season. Granville opened the Wasaren League slate last Tuesday against Greenwich and were never able to overcome an early deficit in the 13-4 loss. The Witches, who […]

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Town of Hebron abandons road

The Town of Hebron will abandon one of its roads. Supervisor Brian Campbell said the town voted earlier this month to abandon Pfitzie Road. The action essentially eliminates the town’s liability on the road, although it doesn’t prevent people from traveling on the road. The town has not maintained the road in years and Campbell […]

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Little League cleanup day

It’s almost time to play ball, but before the first pitch of the Little League season is thrown out, players, coaches and parents have some cleaning to do. The Granville Little League has scheduled two cleanup days. The first is this Saturday, April 25, beginning at 9 a.m. and the second is at noon on […]

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Nine declare candidacy for Granville Board of Education

By Derek Liebig The petitions are in and the ballot for the Granville Board of Education is full. Nine candidates submitted petitions by Monday’s deadline seeking inclusion on next month’s ballot. Incumbents Dan Nelson, Nekia Torres and John McDermott are all seeking reelection and will be challenged by Jo-Lynn Bartholomew, Shirley Kunen, Ed Vladyka, Phil […]

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‘Peter Pan’ features varied cast

By Joshua Bassett The Quaker Street Community Players’ presentation of “Disney’s Peter Pan Jr.” will feature both young cast members and those who are close to being adults, appropriately enough for a story about a boy who refuses to grow up. The play will be performed on April 25 at 7 p.m. and April 26 […]

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Workers’ breaks questioned in Hampton

By Derek Liebig A Hampton Town Board member has asked the town’s highway superintendent to keep closer tabs on some of the community’s employees. Tamme Taran said she was concerned that the town’s two highway employees were taking unnecessary breaks. Earlier this month, she said, she drove into Poultney, Vt. on her way to work, […]

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Track team off to a good start


Granville’s boys’ track team started the season on a strong note during its first meet of the season. The boys topped Cambridge and Berlin in a meet last Tuesday in Granville. Daegan Jones, Ryan Dalaba and Jody Hermance each won multiple events and several other athletes had multiple top-three finishes. Jones led the way in […]

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Washington County Fiber Tour this weekend

By Linda Ellingsworth Fifteen farms that raise fiber animals, including one in Whitehall, will open their gates to the public this weekend for the 23rd Annual Washington County Fiber Tour, taking place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday, April 25 and 26. At the various farms, visitors will find a variety […]

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Late innings not friendly to Granville


The late innings have not been kind to Granville’s softball team in early goings of the season. The Golden Horde carried a lead into the final inning of two games last week and came out on the losing end of both games. Granville allowed two seventh innings runs against Greenwich last Tuesday to fall 5-4. […]

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Spring Cleaning time

By Derek Liebig It’s time for some spring cleaning. The towns of Granville and Hartford will each hold annual community-wide Clean Up Days on Saturday, April 25. Granville’s Clean Up Day is a collaborative effort involving both the town and village of Granville as well as Granville High School’s FFA organization and Washington County’s Alternative […]

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Norton, Rocque, Scrimo elected

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By Dan King The results are in and the three new faces on the Whitehall Board of Education will be […]

Celani, Bartholomew, McDermott, Torres win seats

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By Joshua Bassett The Granville CSD Board of Education faced a lot of possible changes Tuesday night, as four seats […]

Whitehall pledges support for medical marijuana facility

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By Dan King The number of Washington County municipalities pledging support for a medical marijuana growing facility in the county […]

Communities prepare for Memorial Day

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Patriotism will be the epicenter of life in the greater Washington County and Lakes Region Area next week. Many towns […]

Roads in Hartford to change hands, names

By Dan King “Old-timers” in Hartford will soon have to adjust to some street name changes in the town. The […]

Smith leads Horde youth movement

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By Laura McCusker The Granville High School tennis team played to a 6-2 record this spring. To help it achieve […]

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