Tag Archives: Lachapelle

Golf splits home opener

The Whitehall Golf varsity golf team hosted its first home match of the season last Friday at Skene Valley Country Club defeating Fort Edward and falling to Fort Ann. Colby LaChapelle, Chris Talbert and Adam Koeble all recorded wins forWhitehallin their match with the Flying Forts which they won 3.5 to 2.5. Garrett Beebe tied […]

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Board increases boundary fees

If you want to change your property boundaries in Whitehallit’s going to cost a little more money. The town board adopted a law to increase the fee to change boundary lines to $50. The service was previously free. The board had approved the law at a previous town meeting and it became effective after last […]

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Village considers leasing land to Amtrak

The village is weighing whether to lease a small piece of land to Amtrak as the company prepares to make improvements to several of its train stations throughout the area. Amtrak asked the village if they would be willing to lease an approximately 500 square foot triangular shaped piece of property adjacent the current train […]

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Flooding survey under way

If your property or home suffered damage from this spring’s flooding, the village would like to hear from you. Village trustee Michael LaChapelle has made up a questionnaire that has been distributed to flood victims throughout the community and any residents who have not received one are urged to contact village officials. “We are trying […]

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Whitehall Police get new cars

By Derek Liebig   The Whitehall Police Department has a few new weapons in its fight against crime. The department recently purchased and received two cruisers-one new and one used to replace the departments older vehicles. Three of the department’s previous vehicles were in poor condition and one hadn’t been used in nearly two years. […]

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Rec Center vandalism causes concern

By Derek Liebig A group of residents expressed concerns about recent vandalism at the Rec Center playground at last Wednesday’s town board meeting. Christina Sumner said she has seen damage to a fence, door and one of the swings over the last several weeks. “There’s been a lot of vandalism at the park recently,” she […]

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Fathers, sons and their firehouses

By Derek Liebig  Terry LaChapelle has been a member of the Whitehall Volunteer Fire Company for 33 years. He’s been such a constant presence over the last three decades that he’s been named a lifetime member, a distinction few earn. Throughout most of that time, his son Darrell has been there by his side. Terry […]

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Fire report praises effort

By Derek Liebig The Whitehall Police Department and the local fire departments have released their official reports on a fire last month that claimed the life of a local woman and injured a man on Broadway. Police have positively identified the victim as Tina Green, 45, of 120 Broadway. Medical examiners determined the death as […]

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Women dies in Sunday Fire

By Derek Liebig A local woman died and a man was seriously injured after a fire broke out in their apartment building Sunday evening. The cause of the fire is still unknown. The identity of the woman who perished in the fire at 120 Broadway is being withheld pending DNA analysis. Her body was burned […]

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Gordon: time for armory

By Derek Liebig The dormant Whitehall Armory may soon be given new life if Supervisor Richard “Geezer” Gordon has his way. Gordon said Monday that he is going to propose the town obtain the armory. “After many sleepless nights and a lot of soul searching about what to do, I decided we should go for […]

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North Country Freepress – 10/19/18

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Lakes Region Freepress – 10/19/18

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518 Wheels – 10/18/18

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Police working break-in cases

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By Matthew Saari More than a week after a man attempted to forcibly gain access to six village homes, no […]

Saint-Gobain workers build prosthetic hands

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By Krystle S. Morey Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics Corp. suspended operations at its Granville plant last Tuesday to lend a helping […]

Sasquatch fete in jeopardy

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By Matthew Saari After only three years, Whitehall’s annual Sasquatch Calling Festival may be no more. Event organizer David Molenaar […]

Mother Nature solves dam problem

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By Krystle S. Morey Granville town highway superintendent Eric Towne thanked Mother Nature last weekend for helping to clear a […]

Food rivalry returns for 2nd year

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By Matthew Saari The age-old Granville-Whitehall rivalry returns – not on the gridiron but rather between food pantries. The Great […]

Lakes Region Freepress – 10/12/18

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Police investigating home invasions in village

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By Matthew Saari Whitehall police are investigating a bizarre series of home invasions that occurred over the weekend. On Sunday, […]

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