Tag Archives: George Armstrong

Four to vie for town justice

There will be a four-person race for Whitehall Town Justice this fall. Virginia Rivette and Robert Putorti Jr. received the Democratic endorsement for this November’s townwide elections. They will oppose Republicans Ken Bartholomew and Tom Nichols for two open spots on the bench. Rivette and Putorti were chosen during their party’s caucus on Saturday. Scott […]

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Community welcomes Warren Tire

Warren Tire (1)

The community of Whitehall celebrated the opening of its newest business last Wednesday on a picturesque afternoon. The Whitehall Chamber of Commerce, along with the Town and Village of Whitehall, officially rolled out the welcome mats during a ribbon cutting ceremony at the new Warren Tire Service Center. Under a sea of blue skies, local […]

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LaChapelle seeks cuts in town budget

A member of the Whitehall Town Board has challenged fellow board members to curtail expenses and has proposed an across-the-board reduction in spending. Richard LaChapelle is advocating for sweeping cuts in expenditures as officials begin the process of preparing the town’s 2014 operating budget.  “I’d like to see every department come in with a 5 […]

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USS Ticonderoga weedy no more

Weeds removed STANDALONE

Supervisor George Armstrong couldn’t justify paying a private company to remove the weeds growing around the U.S.S. Ticonderoga, so he decided to do it himself. Armstrong, with some help from his nephew, Michael Wade, and two local high school students  interning at his farm, removed weeds and other vegetation that had become entangled in the […]

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Bartholomew to run for town justice

Ken Bartholomew

Village trustee Ken Bartholomew has thrown his hat into the ring for town justice. Bartholomew is one of two candidates to receive the Republican endorsement for this fall’s town wide elections. He and Republican incumbent Tom Nichols will vie for two open seats on the bench and form what is a full slate for the […]

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Town to charge businesses, out-of-towners for use of park

Businesses and out-of-towners will be charged a nominal fee to host events at the Skenesborough Waterfront Community Park. The town board approved last week a resolution to charge those groups for the privilege of holding events at the park. “We’re not charging Whitehall residents any money for use of the park,” Supervisor George Armstrong said. […]

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330 mile power line receives state approval

The New York State Public Service Commission last week gave the go-ahead for an underground power line that will be submerged beneath the waters of Lake Champlain and pass through Whitehall on its way to New York City. The $2.2 billion Champlain Hudson Power Express is proposed by Albany-based Transmission Developers Inc. and has been […]

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Town, village work toward relocating police department

The town and village have agreed to a contract that lays the groundwork for the police department’s relocation to the Whitehall Municipal Center. The two sides have been working on a contract for the past few months and Mayor Peter Telisky and Supervisor George Armstrong have each applied their John Hancock to the document in […]

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Whitehall Elks announce essay contest winners

Essay finalists (D-I)

America’s most recognizable and patriotic song was the topic of the Whitehall Elks’ American Essay contest. Fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth grade students from Whitehall and Fair Haven were asked to answer the question, “What the National Anthem Means to Me,” all in 250 words or less. “It was quite a history lesson to read […]

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Three to vie for village trustee

There won’t be many, if any, changes to the village’s power structure this spring. The Republican and Democratic parties of Whitehall held their caucuses Saturday and there was only one candidate who stepped forward to challenge the incumbents. Republican Donna Filomio will be the only fresh face in this year’s election. She will run against […]

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‘Frozen in Granville’ celebration Friday

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By Donna Frischknecht and Krystle S. Morey Prep sled. Check. Get reindeer in shape. Check. Pack thermos of hot cocoa. […]

Water issues plague North Granville

Granville Highway Department workers Nick Loomis (left) and John Harney dug up a portion of Route 12A in Truthville Monday to fix a water leak.

By Krystle S. Morey As town officials await word on a $1 million grant request to upgrade the North Granville […]

Battle of the Bands marks 10 years

Van Gelder at Battle of Bands (1)

By Krystle S. Morey This Saturday more than 20 bands, singers, dancers, and more talented acts will compete for the […]

School board appoints alum to vacant seat

Elementary School Memorial Day

By Catherine L. Tobin The Whitehall School Board named Chris Dudley to fill the remaining six months on the term […]

Whitehall brings back holiday festivities

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By Donna Frischknecht In the 1966 Broadway musical “Mame,” actor Angela Lansbury belts out the song, “We Need a Little […]

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