Newly elected Granville Town Board member Mary Emery congratulates new Granville Town Supervisor Matt Hicks last Saturday morning at the Town Hall. The pair are flanked by Village and Town Judge Roger Forando, who administered the oath of office in front of friends and family. Hicks and Emery were elected in November to serve one-year [...]
The Quarryman will return with a new look, chainsaw artist Tim O’Brien told the Granville Village Board Monday night, just not before spring. The artist behind the original statue detailed the process he saw unfolding throughout the winter to have a piece ready for sometime after the still-falling snow melts away. “I want to be [...]
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 [...]
To the editor: On Sunday, Oct. 24, more than 100 members, friends and supporters of ARC-Rutland Area arrived at the Bomoseen Grange hall for their annual Halloween Dance. That afternoon the hall was filled with music, munchies, costumes and plenty of dancing. DJ’s April and Dana Sloan provided a delightful assortment of music which allowed [...]
Members of the Republican Party in Granville confirmed Tuesday night their candidate for supervisor will change for the election in November. The Sentinel learned at press time that Beverly Tatko, interim supervisor and candidate in the fall election for supervisor, has withdrawn her name as a candidate and will not run. Deputy Supervisor Matt Rathbun [...]
Rodger Hurley claimed by heart attack Granville Supervisor Rodger Hurley got to serve just 61 of the 730 days he was elected to serve in November as the first two-term Democrat to hold the office in the history of the office in Granville.
It’s time to get to work. For newly elected Whitehall Town Supervisor Richard “Geezer” Gordon, the work started on Wednesday, Jan. 6, when he was sworn in to his new position alongside newly elected board member Richard LaChapelle and returning board members David Hollister, Jim Putorti and Farrell PreFountaine. Even before [...]
Board splits on 2.1 percent increase The Granville Town Board has agreed on a tentative budget that contains a 2.1 percent tax increase, something one member said the people can’t afford.
The Granville Board of Education has narrowed its search for a new school district superintendent to three finalists.