House of Hope welcomes resident Jan. 26, 2010, could be the answer to a future trivia question, but it is hardly a trivial thing. The Haynes House of Hope welcomed its first resident on that date.
Winifred E. DeKalb, age 88, of North Granville, passed away on Nov. 7, 2009, at Glens Falls Hospital following a long illness. Winifred was born on Oct. 8, 1921, in Fort Ann, the daughter of Clement and Jennie (Gibson) Fuller. Winifred loved visiting her sons in Florida, and she particularly enjoyed eating out [...]
Chicken fans, The month of August will taste just like chicken with what seems like a dozen BBQs around the region. I’m a big (ha-ha) fan of the Q and enjoy sampling the different takes on the regional recipe. I’m always, or at least I was, suprised that no one I’ve seen so far [...]
The Granville Village Zoning Board of Appeals voted unanimously to uphold a stop work order issued to the embattled East Potter Avenue subdivision of Hartford builder Ronald Combs Jan. 19.
New Year sees much progress on ‘Comfort care home’ As a structure begins to rise from the former site of the parsonage at the South Granville Congregational Church, excitement builds among organizers and volunteers – the Haynes House of Hope is close to becoming a reality.
July 29, 2008 No post yesterday. Busy, busy, busy. The concert in the park series finale was appropriately climactic with local favorites Freedom Hawk performing favorites including some ZZ Top and Marshall Tucker. Good stuff and catch them while you can because lead guitarist JT Freed heads off to school soon. HAve you [...]
Hats off to Olympic Torch Run organizer Rick Roberts. The run was fun and I think people at least got a chuckle out of it. Rick out a lot of effort into getting that fun diversion off the ground and got some of us a little more into the Olympic spirit. I’m actually looking forward [...]