Tag Archives: Greenwich

Money flies from armored truck, good samaritan turns it in

By Jaime Thomas It’s everybody’s fantasy: You’re driving behind an armored truck when it hits a bump and suddenly money, a lot of money, is swirling around you. For Pember Library and Museum Director Pat Wesner it was a reality on Tuesday morning. As she was driving north of Salem along Route 22 on her […]

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Eagle Watch outing March 9 in Greenwich

The Battenkill Conservancy will once again host its popular “Eagle Watch Outing” lead by local eagle expert, Ron Renoni at 10 a.m. on Saturday, March 9 in Greenwich.  Recently retired Life Science teacher in the Shenendehowa school system, Mr. Renoni has been involved in New York State DEC’s Eagle Monitoring Program since its inception in […]

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Supervisors happy with transfer station bidder

The Vermont-based company in negotiations to run the county’s five transfer stations received praise from local supervisors who toured some of the company’s facilities last month, but officials say it could still be awhile before the county is out of the trash business. Last month, a group of Washington County Supervisors toured facilities operated by […]

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Track athletes show improvement in second meet

In first track meet of the season, Cullen Flynn was unable to record a successful try in the men’s pole vault. On Saturday, he finished fifth and earned his team two points. Flynn was one of several Whitehall athletes who showed improvement in the second indoor track meet of the season. Flynn cleared 6.5 feet […]

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County eyeing sale of transfer stations

Washington County has agreed to open negotiations with Earth, Waste and Metal, one of two companies that bid to run its five transfer stations. The Public Works Committee agreed last Wednesday to open negotiations with the Rutland, Vt.-based company by a 6-2 vote. Greenwich Supervisor Sara Idleman and Cambridge Supervisor William Watkins voted against the […]

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2 firms submit bids for county transer stations

Two private Vermont companies have submitted bids to run Washington County’s transfer stations. County officials opened bids from two Rutland-based companies, Earth, Waste and Metal and Casella Waste Management, to run the five stations. Casella proposed to operate the facilities under a lease agreement, with the county retaining ownership. Earth, Waste and Metal submitted three […]

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X-C team wraps up season

PJ Ferguson led the way for Whitehall’s cross-country team as it wrapped its season last Friday at the Section II Championships in Saratoga Springs. Ferguson finished 13th in the race to pace Whitehall, which finished ninth out of 14 teams. He covered the 3.1 mile race in 17:19.15. Greenwich’s Jeremy Spiezo won the race in […]

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Girls drop game to Greenwich

After a well-matched but scoreless first half, the Granville girls soccer team lost to Greenwich 3-0 on Wednesday, Oct. 17. The Horde’s Amy Baker was busy in the net with 19 saves, and Emily Burke had a great game on defense for Granville. Granville was outshot by the Witches 22-6, but coach Carol Scott said […]

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Boys soccer drops pair

The Granville boys soccer team took a hit to Greenwich at home on Oct. 16. Greenwich scored four times in the first half and followed up with two more in the second, for a final score of 6-0. Granville’s Phil Hicks was strong in the goal making 16 saves throughout the game. The Horde was […]

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Ferguson paces X-C squad

Whitehall’s cross-country team competed in the Greenwich Invitational in Saratoga Springs on Saturday and PJ Ferguson led the Railroaders, finishing in the top 25. Ferguson covered the 3.1-mile course in 17:38.7, good for 23rd place. Andreas Meyer Giesow (20:38.8) and Tyler Sweenor (20:39.3) finished in the top 100, finishing 98th and 100th, respectively. David Greenough […]

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Fire Co. renews search for lost horn

By Dan King Thirty years ago a silver plated presentation horn was stolen from the Whitehall Fire Company and the […]

Town finalizes speed reduction proposal

By Dan King Back in July, the Town of Whitehall drafted a proposal to reduce the speed limits of a […]

Officials weight safety vs. freedom of Amish

By Dan King Just when it seemed that all discrepancies and arguments about how to handle Whitehall’s growing Amish population […]

Superintendent upset with test scores

Whitehall Central School District Superintendent Elizabeth Legault has been analyzing data and researching educational policy in an attempt to turn […]

Increase in traffic hasn’t led to increase in accidents at intersection

By Dan King The intersection of County Routes 18 and 21 in Whitehall has always been a difficult intersection for […]

Enerjazz to conclude concert series

Whitehall’s summer concert series will be coming to a close on Friday, Aug. 22 at 7 p.m. and to say […]

Cheerleading made an official sport

By Dan King After years of being a club sport and funding all expenditures on their own, Whitehall cheerleaders have […]

State says their own building has code violations

By Dan King New York State Canal Corporation recently stopped by the new location for Friends of the Washington County […]

Storefront undergoes rebirth

A storefront that has stood on West Main Street for more than 100 years has been given new life. When […]

W. Pawlet auction Thursday

The West Pawlet Volunteer Fire Department will host its annual auction this evening at the West Pawlet Firehouse, Route 153, […]

State orders town to monitor former landfill

The state has threatened to take legal action against the town if it doesn’t begin submitting monitoring reports of groundwater […]

Silitch named Alumni of Year

A North Granville resident has been named Alumni of the Year at a college recently ranked among the top 100 […]