Tag Archives: Friday Morning

Women enjoy conversation, coffee, doughnuts and bowling

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By Jaime Thomas Bernice Wallman laced up her shoes. She used both arms to carry her bowling ball to the ball return, and she took a seat with her teammates. When it was her turn she dropped the ball with a thud, and it slowly but intently made its way down the lane to knock […]

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911 center staff seek help, higher pay

By Jaime Thomas Emergency communicators in Washington County are handling a higher volume of calls with less help. Jack Rogers, a labor relations representative for the county’s 911 communication center, addressed the county board of supervisors at a monthly meeting Friday morning. “Please consider this issue of the lack of employees in this stressful and […]

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County 911 center asks for higher pay, more staff

By Jaime Thomas Emergency communicators in Washington County are handling a higher volume of calls with less help. Jack Rogers, a labor relations representative for the county’s 911 communication center, addressed the county board of supervisors at a monthly meeting Friday morning. “Please consider this issue of the lack of employees in this stressful and […]

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Police nab 13-year old speeding at 2 a.m.

A Vermont man was arrested Friday morning after he was found to be a passenger in a vehicle driven by a 13-year old boy. Michael R. Mullady, 21, of West Rutland, Vt., was charged with first degree reckless endangerment, a felony, after a vehicle he and the boy were in was stopped around 2 a.m. […]

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Students receive dictionaries

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The entire third-grade class at Mary J. Tanner happily flipped through brand new dictionaries Friday morning. In keeping with and eight or nine-year tradition, the Granville Rotary Club purchased and handed out these books to all the third-graders. “We want to promote kids’ reading, and it’s a very valuable tool to have,” Rotarian Bob Meldrum […]

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Main Street reopens; owner removes building

The old "Chase" building was removed last Thursday.

The owner of the dilapidated building that caused a portion of Main Street to be closed for more than a week has torn down the crumbling structure. Flint Stone, owner of the old “Chase” building, located at 44-46 Main Street, had what remained of the building torn down last Thursday, less than 48 hours after […]

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Unsafe building closes portion of Main Street

A portion of Main Street will remain closed until a building that has been deemed "structurally unsafe" is remedied. There is currently no timetable for its reopening.

A portion of Main Street will be closed indefinitely after part of the façade of a partially demolished building fell into the roadway last week. Mayor Peter Telisky said a number of bricks fell from the old Chase building (located near Lock 12) onto the sidewalk Friday morning, prompting officials to close the street amid […]

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Snow storm causes no problems locally

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Whitehall emerged unscathed from the first significant snowfall of the season. Whitehall Police Chief Matt Dickinson said there were no significant issues in the village and the New York State Police didn’t report any car accidents during the storm, which began on Wednesday night and didn’t end until early Thursday evening. The storm was the […]

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New system, all smiles: Toys for Tots delivers toys for 164 children

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The train may have been late, but that didn’t stop Christmas from arriving early for about 160 local children. A year after organizers were left scrambling to find toys for everyone, Sunday’s Toys for Tots event went off without a hitch. “It was a much nicer system,” said Jim Lafayette, the local coordinator for the […]

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Emergency training center opens

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After more than 40 years of pushing for a local firefighter-training session, Ray Rathbun of Granville found himself standing in front of a crowd of emergency personnel and politicians at the ribbon-cutting of the new Washington County Emergency Services Training Center in Queensbury Friday morning. Of all the words spoken that morning – and there […]

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Lakes Region Freepress – 10/20/17

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Railroaders roll over Horde, 55-12

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By Matthew Saari An age-old rivalry was revived Friday night when the Whitehall football team traveled to neighboring Granville for […]

Hampton native, wife travel world

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By Matthew Saari When the Whitehall Times last spoke with Hampton native Ethan Atwood, a Whitehall High School graduate, he […]

McEachron ‘made the world a better place’

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By Keith Harrington Before Wednesday night’s game against Warrensburg under the lights, the scoreboard at Granville’s field hockey field was […]

Brooks resigns from fire company

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By Matthew Saari The Whitehall Volunteer Fire Company may have just lost their president. Mayor Phil Smith opened Tuesday’s village […]

Scott trial begins Dec. 19; Defense motions for charge to be thrown out

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By Krystle S. Morey A trial date of Dec. 19 has been set for former Granville mayor Thomas Scott to […]

Weekender – 10/13/17

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