Tag Archives: Huletts Landing

Snail Mail gets slower

Whitehall Post Office

By Dan King People in New York’s rural municipalities, including Whitehall, may have to wait an extra day for delivery of First Class mail. In January the US. Postal Service amended its delivery service standards for single-piece First Class mail, to better fit the ever-changing world. That means people sending or receiving First Class mail […]

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Whitehall avoids worst of storm

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Whitehall emerged relatively unscathed from a violent storm that uprooted trees and left thousands without power last Wednesday. Louie Pratt, Whitehall Highway Superintendent, said a half dozen or so trees were toppled in the southeast part of town near Hatch Hill and Tanner Hill Roads. On Hatch Hill Road, a telephone pole was snapped in […]

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Gang to challenge Banks for Supervisor

Dresden Supervisor Robert Banks will be challenged for another term by a longtime resident of the community. George Gang, who has lived in Dresden for three-and-a-half decades, will oppose Banks for supervisor in this fall’s election. Gang received the Democratic nomination during that party’s caucus on Aug. 6. A part-time tax preparer for H&R Block, […]

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Huletts busy replacing equipment

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What a difference two years can make. In the past two years, the Huletts Landing Volunteer Fire Company has replaced and updated its entire fleet of fire fighting apparatus. Last summer, the all-volunteer organization purchased a pump truck from its counterparts in Brant Lake. The four-wheel drive truck has a front pumper and is the […]

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Art show and auction in Huletts

The Friends of Historic Huletts Landing will host their third annual art show and auction the week of Aug. 12. Local artists have submitted a variety of pieces for inclusion in the show and to be sold during an auction at the Huletts Library and Gallery from 5 to 7 p.m. on Aug. 17. A […]

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Colonader Girl

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They were all told they were too young. Todd Colitti was 35. Molly McMaster Morgoslepov had just turned 23. Dana Holbrook was 22. Danielle Ripley Burgess was only 17. And despite their age, they were all diagnosed with colon cancer. “All our stories are the same. Our doctors said you are too young,” said Colitti, […]

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Area post offices’ hours cut

The Clemons post office has been saved after the U.S. Postal Service reversed course on a plan that would have closed thousands of offices around the country. But while the plan ensures that the small one-room post office will remain operational, it and several other offices in the region will see their retail hours reduced, […]

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Hullets Landing cell tower approved

  By Bill Toscano More than a year after an initial proposal, the Adirondack Park Agency has approved a 90-foot tall cell tower in Hullets Landing. The APA wound up choosing the second of two proposals. The initial plan called for a tower at the Huletts Landing Fire Department, but after “balloon tests,” the APA […]

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Barbara Lynne Mahar Murphy, 66

Barbara Lynne Mahar Murphy, 66, of Myrtle Beach, S.C., passed away unexpectedly on Dec. 29, 2010, due to complications from surgery with her loving children by her side. Born July 5, 1944, in Albany, she was the daughter of the late John Donnell and Lorraine (Aiken) Mahar. Lynne leaves behind three cherished children, Tommy Scott […]

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Catherine (McKinnon) Foote, 93

    Catherine (McKinnon) Foote, 93, of 79 Watch Hill Rd., Westerly, died Sept. 22, 2007 in the Watch Hill Care & Rehabilitation Center.  She was the widow of the late Earl R. Foote.     Born in Cleveland, Ohio, she was the daughter of the late John and Mary (Allen) McKinnon.   Mrs. Foote […]

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Classifieds 02/25/14

A year later, Pember on path to recovery

Bob and Mary (3)

By Derek Liebig A year after a state audit revealed the Granville institution was in a precarious financial state, the […]

A day in the life of a Whitehall Cop

Patrolman Joel Archambault issues a ticket during Monday's ridealong

By Dan King For a small town, there is always something to do as a cop in Whitehall. At 9:30 […]

Behavioral Specialist program to continue

Liz Legault

By Dan King The Whitehall Board of Education voted Monday to continue the district’s much-discussed behavioral specialist program. In an […]

Snail Mail gets slower

Whitehall Post Office

By Dan King People in New York’s rural municipalities, including Whitehall, may have to wait an extra day for delivery […]

Granville spirit night

By Derek Liebig Bolstering school spirit is the aim of an event that will be held tomorrow night at Granville […]

Hampton puts aside funds for equipment

By Derek Liebig The Hampton Town Board is putting some money aside for a rainy day. The board voted last […]

Whitehall Rifle Club still perfect

The Whitehall Rifle Club finished the first half of the season 7-0 with its strongest outing of the year, by […]

Bascue chosen as one of six drivers

Whitehall-native Codie Bascue was selected as one of six drivers to represent Team USA at the 2015 World Championships in […]

Sidewalk buried

Wheeler Avenue sidewalk frozen

By Dan King Some sidewalks in the Village of Whitehall simply can’t be cleared of snow at this point, officials […]

Granville indoor track does well at Sectionals

Indoor Track

After a fourth place finish at the Wasaren League Championships, the Granville girls indoor track team did one better at […]

Whitehall tops Duanesburg, downed by Greenwich

Justin Hoagland contends Justin Carruthers' jump shot

By Dan King The comeback was courtesy of a 17-1 run in the final 3:26 of the game for Whitehall. […]