Tag Archives: Absentee Ballots

Three to vie for Hampton Highway Super

Three candidates will vie for the position of highway superintendent in Hampton this November. Incumbent Francis Baker will be challenged by town councilman Herbert Sady Jr. and Joseph Williams. All three will appear on the Independent Party line on November’s ballot. Sady and Baker will vie for the Republican nomination in next month’s primary, which […]

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Hampton Highway superintendent a three-man race

Republican primary between Baker and Sady Sept. 10 By Derek Liebig Three candidates will vie for the position of highway superintendent in Hampton this November. Incumbent Francis Baker will be challenged by town councilman Herbert Sady Jr. and Joseph Williams. All three will appear on the Independent Party line on November’s ballot. Sady and Baker […]

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No surprise in village elections

There were no unexpected results in Tuesday’s village elections. As expected, all four incumbents were reelected to office. Mayor Peter Telisky, Trustee Marge Mohn, and Justice Julie Eagan were reelected to a second term in office while longtime Trustee Mike LaChapelle was also chosen by his constituents to serve another term. The results didn’t come […]

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Owens beats Doheny; county goes to Obama

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It appears that for the second time in two years Bill Owens has defeated Matt Doheny in their race to represent the 21st Congressional district. Doheny, a Republican, called his Democratic opponent shortly after midnight on Wednesday morning to concede the race. According to WNYT of Albany, Owens held a lead of more than 3,000 […]

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Incumbents return to office: Bartholomew leads all candidates with 153 votes

The village board received a vote of confidence Tuesday as voters re-elected both incumbent candidates. Republican Ken Bartholomew and Democrat Walter Sandford defeated their opponents and will return in their roles as village trustees. Bartholomew garnered the most support, receiving 153 votes, while Sandford had 135. Fellow Democrat Jim Putorti finished with 119 votes and […]

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Hebron board has new look

The Hebron Town Board has a different look following a resignation, an appointment and a change in the election results after absentee ballots were counted. Ed Harrington has been named to the board to fill the seat vacated by the resignation of Tom Rogers, and incumbent B. Martin Warner remains on the board even though […]

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LaRose elected Mayor

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Few voters turned out for the Granville Village election where the four candidates ran unopposed for mayor, two trustee seats and village judge. Brian LaRose will be the new mayor garnering 55 votes; LaRose won a four year term. Returning trustee Paul Labas also earned 55 votes with trustee Dean Hyatt taking 54; both men […]

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Election 2010 Granville Picks Hicks

Newly elected supervisor Matt Hicks takes a moment with newly elected board member Mary Emery at a small victory celebration at Bernado's after winning their respective races Nov. 2, 2010.

Hicks picked Republicans take both local contests handily   The contest ended as it began – cordially. Just before 10:30 p.m. Tuesday, Republican candidate for Granville town supervisor Matt Hicks took a phone call from his opponent, Democrat Tom Scott, conceding the 2010 election. Tuesday’s decisive 271-vote win by Hicks was a sharp contrast to […]

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Heart Attack Claims Hurley

Granville Supervisor Rodger Hurley died Tuesday morning from a heart attack en route to Glens Fall Hospital. He was 70 years old. Just months into his second term after winning a nail-biter election that came down to counting absentee ballots, Hurley called 911 about 8:30 a.m. complaining of chest pains. Hurley was taken by ambulance […]

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Sad News

Sad news hit the Granville community just hours after the Sentinel went to press Tuesday morning with word Supervisor Rodger Hurley died. At 70, Hurley was vital and energetic so that makes his death from a heart attack that much more shocking.   “Just months into his second term after winning a nail-biter election that […]

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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 […]