Tag Archives: Granville Ny

Helping hands extended; Manchester Wood mum

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By Krystle S. Morey   After hearing the news of Manchester Wood’s impending closing, local officials extended helping hands to see what they could do to keep the local furniture manufacturer’s doors open. Sen. Betty Little (R-Queensbury) visited Manchester Wood last week after learning about owners Ed and Priscilla Eriksen’s intentions to close the business […]

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Granville Hooks absorbed by Engine Co.

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By Krystle S. Morey Granville’s Hook & Ladder Company is no more. As of last Thursday, the 115-year-old volunteer fire company had been absorbed by the Granville Engine and Hose Company. “We sat down with the village board and came up with a plan of how we could take care of the situation … pay […]

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Local mayors discuss cost-savings measures

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By Matthew Saari The ever-increasing costs of government have local officials putting their heads together in an effort to save taxpayers money. Mayors from four Washington County villages met last Wednesday in Granville to discuss where or even if they can cut costs from their budgets. “My goal here today is to talk about a […]

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Manchester Wood closes after 42 years

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By Krystle S. Morey After 42 years of manufacturing solid wood furniture, Manchester Wood announced last week that it would close its doors for good. Owners Ed and Priscilla Eriksen announced the news of the business’ closing on the company’s website (manchesterwood.com) and on its Facebook page (facebook.com/ManchesterWood) on Aug. 1. “It is with heavy […]

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Hometown pharmacies adapt to remain competitive

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By Krystle S. Morey   In a world where “big box stores” often tout cheaper prices, longer hours and variety, small businesses are opting for personalized services and diversifying to remain competitive. “That’s the only way we’re going to survive … and so far it’s paid off,” said Mike Fitzgerald, of McCann’s Pharmacy and Adirondack […]

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A Granville legend’s fame memorialized

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By Keith Harrington The football field at Granville Central School is named after him. A prestigious annual award is given in his memory. Any conversation regarding Golden Horde football past always includes Sam Eppolito. “His remarkable contributions to Granville athletics continue to be the topic of conversations whenever discussions of Granville’s past athletic endeavors come […]

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Decades-old car hop changes hands

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By Krystle S. Morey   Betty Scarlotta sat on a barstool at Scarlotta’s Car Hop Monday afternoon, sipping from the striped straw that protruded out of a printed paper cup. “I am glad it’s going to stay,” Scarlotta, 84, said with a smile. Scarlotta recently learned that the business she and her family operated for […]

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Head Start, school sign agreement

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By Krystle S. Morey An agreement has been made. The local Head Start program will move to Mary J. Tanner School and start classes there in the fall. “We do have a signed agreement,” said Cathy Somich, business manager. Under the lease agreement, Head Start will pay the Granville Central School District $3,500 a year […]

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State program to help feed local students

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By Krystle S. Morey For the next four years, students of Granville Central School District will eat breakfast and lunch for free. The free meals will be provided to all of Granville’s nearly 1,100 students, pre-K through 12, regardless of income, as part of the State Education Department’s Child Nutrition Program’s Community Eligibility Provision. “Free […]

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Music, food, fireworks on tap July 5

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By Krystle S. Morey After having its first summer concert rained out last week, Granville is ready to kick off the season with a concert and Independence Day celebration this evening. Music, food, fireworks and more are on tap July 5. Chicken barbecue The evening will kick off with a chicken barbecue in Veterans Memorial […]

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North Country Freepress – 08/17/18

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Lakes Region Freepress – 08/17/18

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518 Wheels – 08/16/18

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Helping hands extended; Manchester Wood mum

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By Krystle S. Morey   After hearing the news of Manchester Wood’s impending closing, local officials extended helping hands to […]

Granville Hooks absorbed by Engine Co.

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By Krystle S. Morey Granville’s Hook & Ladder Company is no more. As of last Thursday, the 115-year-old volunteer fire […]

Local mayors discuss cost-savings measures

POLICE CONSOLIDATION BANNER

By Matthew Saari The ever-increasing costs of government have local officials putting their heads together in an effort to save […]

Elizabeth Street still unpaved 9 months later

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By Matthew Saari When will Elizabeth Street be paved? That’s the question on the minds of many Whitehall village residents. […]

County Fair starts Monday

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By Matthew Saari Holy smokes! It’s fair time! One of the most popular county fairs is just a stone’s throw […]

Lakes Region Freepress – 08/10/18

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North Country Freepress – 08/10/18

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518 Wheels – 08/09/18

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Manchester Wood closes after 42 years

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By Krystle S. Morey After 42 years of manufacturing solid wood furniture, Manchester Wood announced last week that it would […]

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