By Bill Toscano Whitehall Town Supervisor Richard “Geezer” Gordon is on a mission, and while he’s focused on his own town, he’s also out to help Granville, Cambridge, Salem and Argyle in the process. At the Washington County Board of Supervisors meeting Dec. 17, Gordon made it clear that he feels the county should provide […]
It came down to two new bumps in the road. Residents from Kirtland Street in the village of Whitehall were pleased to see the bumps, which they felt were a way to deter people from speeding along their street. However, others saw them as a nuisance. In the end, it came down to how the […]
Could the Village of Whitehall follow the town into the Skenesborough Volunteer Fire Company? The Mayor certainly thinks so. “I think that we should have both of the offices in one place,” said Francis “Fra” Putorti during the Nov. 1 meeting of the board of trustees. “It makes sense to have everything together in one […]
Not much has changed in the past 10 years. For Loren “Bart” Bartholomew, that means the dedication to the cause of hospice services has remained strong for a decade, now. “What I have been fortunate enough to see over the past 10 years is the dedication of the participants,” said Bartholomew as he prepares to […]
Catherine A. (Kay) Belden, 66, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, March 23, 2010, at the Albany Medical Center after a long illness. Born Jan. 15, 1944, in Whitehall, she was the daughter of the late Kenneth Bartholomew and the late Anne (Costantino) Ward. She is survived by her stepmother, Lillian Bartholomew. Kay graduated from Whitehall […]
Four for two. That is the number of candidates for the number of trustee seats in the upcoming village elections.
The Whitehall Historical Society has finished its last presentation to celebrate 250 years of Whitehall.
Plans to shut down water in almost half of the village on Thursday will not be happening. Instead, the village of Whitehall has changed the date for the replacement of a 10-inch water main control valve on Broadway and School Street from Sept. 24 until Monday, Oct. 5, at 10 p.m.
They didn’t shoot the messenger, but there were some itchy trigger fingers. Whitehall Village Trustee Kenneth Bartholomew reported on several findings concerning the quest to consolidate the two local fire companies during the Sept. 14 village board meeting, starting with the fact that the village board was, by law, the governing body over both […]