By Derek Liebig Village taxes, the state of the armory, and consolidation of services were just a few of the issues discussed by candidates during last Thursday’s mayoral forum held at the Whitehall Central School. More than two dozen residents showed up on a wet and gloomy evening to watch mayoral candidates Kenneth Bartholomew, Peter [...]
When the referee hit the mat last Thursday night to end Eric Hastings’ match against Alex D’Urso of Tamarac at 285 pounds, the smack marked more than one milestone. As Granville put the icing on the Wasaren League title cake, Eric Hastings worked to add an exclamation point to his Granville High School wrestling career [...]
The name remains the same, but the Forum with its white tower has been sold. Ron and Michelle “Shelley” Daigle confirmed last Thursday they recently purchased the restaurant, bar and ballroom facility from his brother Kevin and his wife, Donna. Ron Daigle said his brother had been working at the Forum every day since 1998 [...]
Due to the storm the Granville girls basketball team kicks off their run in the Whitehall Holiday Tournament today at 3 p.m. The team will play again tomorrow at 3 or 4:30 depending on the results of the first game. For the Whitehall boys thier tournament begins today with games at 6 p.m. and 7:30 [...]
When Eric Hastings the last Golden Horde wrestler, walked on to the mat last Thursday night, the team’s “pin to win” motto was truer than ever. With two surprise results going in favor of the visiting Warrensburg Burgers at 119 and 125, Hastings had to win and do it with a pin or Granville would [...]
Program will make history Last Thursday morning Castleton football head coach Richard Alercio was yelling. It wasn’t because he was mad or a player was performing poorly. Instead he was trying to be heard over the jackhammer working just a few yards away from the football complex at Castleton State College.
Whitehall has not been isolated from the recent wave of criminal activity throughout the region.
No sewer jet for you. Granville Village Mayor Jay Niles said the Seinfeld-esque phrase will be the village’s response to requests for assistance until the impending lawsuit by the village of Whitehall is resolved.