Assembly Minority Leader Pro Tem Tony Jordan (R,C,I-Jackson) is pleased to announce that the RecruitNY program will take place again at volunteer fire departments throughout the state Saturday, April 27 and Sunday, April 28. Volunteer fire departments will be opening their doors to educate the public about becoming a volunteer first responder. This is done […]
A local coaching legend who racked up nearly 200 wins over the course of five decades is part of the Capital District Chapter of the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame’s fourth annual Capital Region Football Hall of Fame induction class. John Millett was among two dozen former players, coaches and officials who […]
The Whitehall Rifle Team remained on a collision course with Galway by downing visiting Moreau last Thursday, 974-950. With one match to go, both teams are 12-1. A win by both this week would mean a shoot off in Hudson Falls on April 18. In last week’s match a bit of history was made in […]
By Jaime Thomas When Marie Grimmke’s son Noah was diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome last February, his pediatrician recommended she seek an atypical type of therapy. The doctor said Noah’s combination of symptoms — Asperger’s, anxiety and poor coordination — could be well-treated with therapeutic riding. While calling different stables in the area, Grimmke made contact […]
Jenna Brown, Lauren Edwards and Shelley Fairbanks reached the pinnacle of Girl Scouting Sunday as the trio received the Girl Scout Gold Award. The ceremony looked back at the 13 years building up to the event as the trio receiving the award begins to look forward to the next stage of their lives post high […]
Palmer returns to states; Hastings* one short Out of seven there will be only one Golden Horde wrestler at the state championships in Albany. Top-seeded Karl Palmer (140) won a section II title, while Eric Hastings (285) finished second; Brendan Miller (130) finished in third place and Kurt Ehntholt (145) finished sixth. Palmer made […]
Once again, the community showed its support for those in need. Through the Food Pantry Awareness Week, the community of Whitehall provided thousands of food items and almost as many dollars to the Whitehall Ecumenical Community Food Pantry through a number of events, ranging from a school food drive to the second Nunziata Brothers concert […]
Clock ceremony, parade set for Sept. 18 The Veterans Memorial Clock is set to chime again for the first time on Sept. 18 at the conclusion of a ceremony rededicating the clock near the Main Street location where it was first erected 67 years ago. This ceremony will take place rain or shine, organizers said.