The town’s five churches will come together for a vacation Bible school Feb. 20 to 22 at the Whitehall United Methodist Church on Greenmount Cemetery Road. “We’ve worked together before, and this is just an extension of that,” said UMC Pastor the Rev. Ginny Deyo, who noted the churches have worked together on summer Bible […]
The Whitehall United Methodist Church has long been open for sledding and other snow sports during the annual Winter Festival. This year, the church on the hill on Greenmount Cemetery Road is the center of it all. When the Rev. Ginny Deyo got word that the festival committee had decided to take a year off […]
By Bill Toscano A limited version of the Whitehall Winter Festival will be held this year, and organizers said the full festival will return in 2012. Event coordinator Marge Mohn had said late last week that the group that runs the annual winter event has decided to take this year off, due to a variety […]
Phillip J. Neddo, 66, of North Williams Street, passed away on Monday, Jan. 3, 2011, following a long illness. Born on March 3, 1944, he was the son of the late Charles F. Neddo and Evangeline Neddo. He was a graduate of Whitehall High School, class of 1962. He served in the U.S. Marine Corps, […]
Sometimes it’s the people who give of themselves who end up the most thankful during the holiday season. From one end of the former milking parlor now known as the Raceville Community Hall to the other, Sunday’s smiling faces told the story of a fun but tiring day and the joy of a home-cooked meal […]
On Monday, children of all ages can welcome Santa Claus as he pulls into the Whitehall Amtrak Station.
Edna Mae Brassaw, 80, formerly of Saunders Street, passed away unexpectedly on Monday, July 20, 2009, at the Glens Falls Hospital. Born on Oct. 12, 1928, in Whitehall, she was the daughter of the late Arthur and Salome (Hunter) Brassaw. Edna graduated as salutatorian from the Whitehall High School. In her early years, she worked as […]
For 40 years, the “church on the hill” has been there for parishioners and community members alike.
As the band started to play, the snow began to fall. The feel of the holidays was in the air as hundreds of residents came out to the Amtrak Station to meet the Canadian Pacific Holiday Train on Sunday, Nov. 30.