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Woman busted in alcohol sting

Alcohol arrest

A local woman was arrested last week for allegedly selling alcohol to a minor who was working with police. Danielle J. Ingerson, 26, of Whitehall, was arrested after she sold alcohol to a minor at the Village Sunoco, authorities said. She was charged with unlawfully dealing with a child in the first degree. The arrest […]

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Holiday tree to be on display

The Historical Society of Whitehall will again, this year, set up a Holiday tree on the 1892 bandstand in Riverside Veteran Memorial Park and light it with memorial light bulbs. Donations will be accepted at $1 for each bulb In Memory of friends and relatives. These memorials will be inserted in the Whitehall Times each […]

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Memorial bulbs for sale

The Historical Society of Whitehall will again, this year, set up a Holiday tree on the 1892 bandstand in Riverside Veteran Memorial Park and light it with memorial light bulbs. Donations will be accepted at $1 for each bulb In Memory of friends and relatives. These memorials will be inserted in the Whitehall Times each […]

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Free fun for all at festival Saturday

Whitehall’s business community is coming together to offer local residents an evening of autumn fun, and it’s completely free. The second annual Fall Free Festival will be held from4to7 p.m.on Saturday in theSkenesboroughParkand will feature entertainment, children’s activities, food and several thousand dollars in giveaways. “The focus is on the music and local not-for-profit groups,” […]

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After successful first year, “Fall Free Fest” back again

Christopher La Flamme and the Whitehall Chamber of Commerce are gearing up to provide the community with an afternoon of free entertainment. The second annual Fall Free Fest will be held from 4 to 7 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 8 in the Skenesborough Park. This community event features a host of free entertainment including children’s […]

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Backpack Project turns five

For the fifth year in a row, a local woman has led a group effort to help supply children in need with back-to-school supplies with what has become known as “the Backpack Project.” Five years ago Ann Schinski had an idea inspired by a concern and did something about it. Many hands come together each […]

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‘The boating season has been dismal’

By Derek Liebig   It may be summer, but it doesn’t feel that way for local businesses and organizations that depend on tourism. Despite the passing of the Fourth of July Weekend two weeks ago and Canal Fest this past weekend, local business owners have said business is lagging behind previous years. That lack of […]

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Junior service club brings eggs back

Spring finally arrived Saturday morning in Wells. Under sunny skies the Modern Woodmen Hall carnival grounds looked as if they had been visited by a most unusual flock of chickens with brightly colored plastic eggs scattered as far as the eye could see across the grass. At the word “Go” from the public announcement system, […]

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Benefit for Dutchie’s Sunday

The local community will pull together Sunday, April 10, for a fund-raiser to benefit Will Kuban and Eric Swanson, owners of “Dutchie’s General Store of West Pawlet. The historic building, and an adjacent building, were destroyed by a fire that killed local resident Gary Cary late  last month. The event will be held beginning at […]

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Youth League registration

The Whitehall Youth League will hold its first baseball and softball registration Tuesday, March 1, 6 to 8 p.m., Feb. 24, at the Whitehall Recreation Center and will have another session Registration is $30 per player. In addition, each player must sell 40 raffle tickets as well. The league has had raffles in the past, […]

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Torres fired, other coaches resign

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By Krystle S. Morey An incident involving a cover-up of Granville football players smoking marijuana on school property has led […]

Sasquatch calling festival Saturday

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By Dan King You’ve heard of hog-calling contests at county fairs, but Whitehallers will be calling a much more exotic […]

Bessen to retire in January

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By Krystle S. Morey After more than 35 years as an educator, Mark Bessen has decided to put down his […]

Old church closes doors

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By Dan King A small congregation of Presbyterians is currently without a full-time home. The First Presbyterian Church of Whitehall […]

Zumba event to benefit local girl

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By Krystle S. Morey Like any other 9-year-old, Shaylah Shattuck loves reading books and listening to music, especially “Shoop” by […]

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