Tag Archives: Hartford

Shoppers’ ‘points’ can help schools get tools

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By Krystle S. Morey Granville residents can earn free supplies, musical instruments and playground equipment for their school simply by shopping. The Granville Central School District has teamed up with Price Chopper and the Tools for Schools program. Every time customers shop at any Price Chopper with their AdvantEdge Card and mention their school’s code, […]

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Hartford yard sale this weekend

By Dan King All this weekend, the “Heart of Washington County” will be the place to be for those seeking the thrill of a bargain. Hartford will host its annual town-wide garage sale on Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 8 and 9, throughout the community, at both private and public locations. “We’ve got over 40 sales […]

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Hartford to host annual sale

By Dan King There will be bargains galore next weekend in the “Heart of Washington County.” Hartford will host its annual town-wide garage sale on Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 8 and 9. Sales will be held throughout the community, at both private and public locations. “We’ve got over 40 sales and people can find a […]

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Hartford approves best value bids

By Derek Liebig The Town of Hartford passed a law last week that enables it to forego a requirement to accept the lowest bids for goods or services and instead accept the “best value” offered by bidders. The law applies to purchases of more than $20,000, but does not include Department of Public Works projects. […]

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Hartford bus garage cameras on hold

By Dan King Because of budget constraints, the Hartford Central School District is holding off on any decision to retrofit its bus garage with cameras. “We’re waiting until the end of the year to see how much money, if any money, we have left in the budget for it,” said Superintendent Andrew Cook. “Chances are […]

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Hartford school’s solar panels stalled

By Dan King Since November, the Hartford Central School has been awaiting a state response to its plans to install solar panels. “Our plans have been in…for quite some time, but unfortunately things are very backlogged” at the State Education Department, said school superintendent Andrew Cook. Cook said the school was supposed to hear back […]

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Granville FFA salute

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By Linda Ellingsworth First organized in 1928 with a goal to stop the trend of young boys leaving the family farm, FFA, originally Future Farmers of America, has grown into a national organization of 610,240 individual FFA members and 7,665 local chapters in all 50 states. It is the largest student organization in the world. […]

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Hartford eyes ‘best value’ bids

By Dan King Hartford has proposed a new law that would allow the town to forego a requirement to accept the lowest bids for goods or services, instead allowing for “best value” offered by bidders. A public hearing will be held at the town board’s meeting on March 10 at 7 p.m. Town law requires […]

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Couple enjoys 56 years together

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By Derek Liebig Karen Harrington remembers the party that changed her life. She had invited several friends to her family’s Hartford home, but it was the striking young airman, Armand Harrington, who captured her attention and her heart. At the time, neither had any idea that the chance encounter would be the beginning of a […]

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Taking aim and learning safety

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Whitehall Jr. Rifle Program teaches marksmanship, safety By Derek Liebig Jacob Gosselin wrapped the sling around his forearm, laid down on the piece of carpet barely longer than he is tall, chambered a shell, held the gun firmly against his right shoulder and gently squeezed the trigger. A fraction of a second later, the .22 […]

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Three years later, search continues for missing man

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By Krystle S. Morey Nearly three years ago, a man set off walking from a Main Street bar toward the […]

Whitehall boy gets prosthetic

Logan Pease walks again with the help of a prosthetic leg.

By Serena Kovalosky Logan Pease has been waiting a long time for this moment. For this first time since his […]

Locals to attend Trump’s inauguration

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By Krystle S. Morey and Donna Frischknecht On Friday, Donald Trump will be sworn in as the 45th president of the […]

Losing mill would be ‘nail in the coffin’

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By Donna Frischknecht It’s been part of the Whitehall landscape since 1940. Back then, Commonwealth Plywood was supplying birch plywood […]

‘Extensive damage’ gets vacant building demolished

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By Serena Kovalosky For many who drove down Williams Street in Whitehall last week, the pile of rubble next door […]

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