The news did not get any better for the Whitehall town budget in the past week. At the public hearing on the preliminary 2011 spending plan on Nov. 4, town budget officer Kathy Jones said there was an increase to the tax rate due to new figures. “We got new information about retirement figures,” said [...]
Margaret “Peg” Williams passed away on Friday, Sept. 17, 2010, at her home. Peg was born on Jan. 4, 1933, in Whitehall, the daughter of Anthony and Katherine (Hebert) DeNino. Peg had been employed for a time by the Granville Central School District as a teaching assistant, study hall monitor and cafeteria aide. She also worked [...]
Pizza is the international food of fellowship. As participants in the 2009 Whitehall Junior Miss Scholarship Program joined with their “Little Sisters” from the fifth grade in a night of pizza and fun, all were preparing for the 48th annual program, set for Saturday, Nov. 7, at 6:30 p.m. in the Whitehall Junior/Senior High School [...]
The Whitehall Historical Society has finished its last presentation to celebrate 250 years of Whitehall.
The celebration of the 250th anniversary of the founding of what is now Whitehall had its feature event over the weekend.
On the Friday before Memorial Day, some schools started their long weekend early. At Whitehall Elementary School, students, faculty and staff paused for the 36th year to remember those who died for their country.
The town of Whitehall will be commemorated by a stamp cancellation this summer.
Lillian N. Hall, 88, of Elizabeth Street, Whitehall, died peacefully in her sleep on Thursday, April 16, 2009 at the Schuyler Ridge Residential Health Center in Clifton Park, following a short illness. Born on April 12, 1921 in Whitehall, she was the daughter of the late Edward and Hazel (McKee) Newell. She was a resident [...]
The look into shared services in the town and village of Whitehall shows that as far as the highway departments are concerned, it is already happening.