Tag Archives: Jan 19

Season sweep of Bengals for Horde

The Granville Golden Horde took the season series from the Tamarac Bengals on Jan. 19 in a 66-59 double overtime thriller. With four regular starters out of the lineup, defeating the Bengals seemed like a long shot, but two players stepped up to bring home the win as Granville seeks .500 in the Wasaren League. […]

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Saunders Street Bridge still closed

By Bill Toscano More than a month after the Saunders Street bridge project was certified as complete, there is still a huge pile of snow blocking the connection to Broadway, and the orange detour signs are still up. At Monday’s village board meeting, Mayor Francis “Fra” Putorti said electricity had been provided to the intersection […]

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Found hound in the pound.

Animal Control Officer Ray Boyea reports this very young female hound/beagle mix was picked up on Dublin Road, Granville, on Jan. 13.  She had no microchip or tags, just a pink collar, he said. Boyea said he has received no calls seeking the dog so far. She has not gotten her canine teeth in yet, […]

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Bernie Sanders at PHS part 2

Sen. Bernie Sanders visits with students at Poultney High School Jan. 19, 2010 discussing the state of the union of the United States.

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Bernie Sanders at PHS

Sen. Bernie Sanders visits with students at Poultney High School Jan. 19, 2010 discussing the state of the union of the United States.

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Wrestling Update

 Head Coach Steve Palmer said the wrestling match Granville versus Salem scheduled for 6 p.m., Dec. 7 has been moved. The match will now take place at Salem and next month, instead of next week. Granville will take on their Route 22 southern neighbors Wednesday, Jan. 19 the start time for modified and junior varsity […]

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School aid could be cut $778K

The damage to the pocketbook at Whitehall Central School could be as high as three-quarters of a million dollars.    

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ZBA upholds order, faults note

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.

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Lakes Region Freepress 04/11/14

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North Country Freepress – 04/11/14

Weekender 04/11/14

Lakes Classifieds – 04/11/14

Bob Preston Chase, 85

  Robert Preston Chase, (Bob), 85, of Poughkeepsie and Granville, N.Y. passed away on April 4, 2014, He succumbed to […]

Classifieds 04/09/14

Community Calendar 04/10/14

Thursday, April 10   Gardening Books ARLINGTON For $3, Martha Canfield Library has “Gardening Book Bundles,” an individual assortment of […]

Village seeks to improve Main Street

The Village Board discussed bringing back a Business Façade Improvement policy and possibly new sidewalks on Church Street at their […]

Slate Museum hosting national art exhibit

Get ready to be blown away by Slate Valley Museum’s first ever National Art Exhibition – “Slate as Muse” that […]

Food pantry, Stewart’s makes donation

The Hartford Food Pantry and Stewarts donated $400 dollars to the Hartford Central School’s lunch program Wednesday, March 26. Pete […]

Kathryn Isabel (Evers) Layden, 82

Kathryn Isabel (Evers) Layden, 82, passed away on April 7, 2014, at Schuyler Ridge residential health care facility in Clifton […]