Workers clearing limbs away from power lines spotted smoke and called 911early Monday afternoon saving a residence and possibly a man’s life as a fire caused damage to an East Quaker Street home. No injuries were reported. Workers Nick Tousant and Jon LaFave from Lewis Tree Service, formerly Tamarack Trees, said they noticed smoke coming […]
Local residents will have a chance to enjoy a taste of the wild side over the next two weekends as several communities hold their annual game suppers. In Pawlet, the annual Wild Game and Chicken Pie Supper will be held on Saturday, Nov. 13, at the Pawlet Fire Department. Food will be served starting at […]
John Tanner is missing some signs and it’s got him concerned. The town superintendent of highways told the Granville Town Board on Sept. 9 the recent rash of street sign thefts has him bothered and just a little hot under the collar. While the problem is not a new one, Tanner said, it is an […]
Murphy meets Firefighters, Village Communication is always key. Companies, schools, organizations and individuals are always looking for ways to improve their communication.
As members of the Whitehall Volunteer Fire Company packed up their equipment from an afternoon of containing a brush fire, the call came out again.
“I’ll never get this theater in the round thing, not everyone’s going to hear me. I’m not Shakespeare.” Congressman Scott Murphy when moving to the middle of the crowd Friday after his microphone quit.
A Monday fire left seven people looking for a place to stay and residents rallying around them.
Carnival sees rainy return, perseveres What began with the pitter patter of many, many raindrops ended with a bang Saturday night as the Granville Hook & Ladder Company’s Fireman’s Carnival closed with its scheduled fireworks display, despite the threat of rain that hung over the entire three-day event.