By Bill Toscano Town crews responded quickly to a water main break early on the morning on Sept. 13, but highway superintendent John Tanner said he estimates 200,000 gallons were lost. It was the second major leak at that site in seven years. Tanner said the leak started when a gasket between two pipes slipped. [...]
DPW, village ask residents to help Where is the fire hydrant closest to your residence? Ask yourself about the last time you saw that particular piece of potentially life or home-saving hardware. Discussion at the Feb. 7 village board meeting led to more discussion afterward and a realization – many of the hydrants in the [...]
The Quarryman will return with a new look, chainsaw artist Tim O’Brien told the Granville Village Board Monday night, just not before spring. The artist behind the original statue detailed the process he saw unfolding throughout the winter to have a piece ready for sometime after the still-falling snow melts away. “I want to be [...]
The news did not get any better for the Whitehall town budget in the past week. At the public hearing on the preliminary 2011 spending plan on Nov. 4, town budget officer Kathy Jones said there was an increase to the tax rate due to new figures. “We got new information about retirement figures,” said [...]
Not many people can say that their relative helped to found a town that helped shape a nation and a branch of the military. Kathy Trywhitt-Drake can, however.
Some thoughts Good to see the boy soccer team break through for a win. They’ve been on the verge of breaking through for a while. football You definitely need to do more than want it bad. Although Granville continues to improve, it just might be that no amount of improvement could have brought them even [...]