The month of March brings with it the return of spring, a season associated with renewal and rebirth, warmer temperatures and baseball, and scrubbing and cleaning. Spring cleaning isn’t near the top of many lists of things people look forward to as winter slowly fades away, but organizing and tidying your home can be beneficial […]
Governor Andrew Cuomo issued an executive order last week that paves the way for young children to receive the flu vaccination. Under the order, pharmacists will be allowed to administer the vaccination to children between six and 18 months of age. Previously, pharmacists could only administer the vaccination to individuals who were at least 18 […]
Renee Groesbeck started her new job as Pleasant Valley Infirmary’s administrator Sept. 5, and in no time there was an inspection team from the state Department of Health there with her. “They followed me through the door,” said Groesbeck, who was previously administrator at Indian River Nursing Home in Granville. “I walked in at 8 […]
It takes a lot of water to be in the restaurant business. But what if that water is unfit for consumption? Or worse, isn’t there at all?
The new village water filtration plant is doing it’s job. For the second time in three quarters, the drinking water for the village of Whitehall tested within state-mandated levels for trihalomethanes (THM) residue, which is a byproduct of the chlorination of naturally occurring water supplies.