Tag Archives: Main Street

Former Scotties’ closes its doors

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By Krystle S. Morey The Slate Valley Café, formerly Scotties’, has closed. A sign appeared on the front door of the Main Street diner and convenience store last Thursday. It read, “Sorry we have closed,” with a frowny face. The owners, Mark and Edie Pickard, did not return a call for comment. The Granville business […]

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What’s the future of Granville Main Street

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By Jamie Norton Main Street in Granville isn’t the bustling business hub it was 20 or 30 – or even 10 – years ago. There are more buildings with locked doors and realtor signs than “Open” flags and welcome signs. As businesses over the past several years have closed up shop without replacements, the once-vibrant […]

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Bustling no more: Main Street in decline

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By Christina Scanlon The closure of Happy Daze on Main Street last month brought the tally of vacant storefronts to nine on the small stretch of what used to be a bustling downtown district. The shuttered spaces, however, don’t reflect the growth of retail in other areas of the village. Edward’s Market, Eco Cents Bottle […]

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New store in town

The 2nd Time Around consignment store at 35 Main St., Granville, is filled with hundreds of items at bargain prices.

By Christina Scanlon There’s a new storefront at 35 Main St., but what’s inside isn’t new. “It’s brand-newly used,” said Will Kuban of the items lining the shelves at his consignment shop, 2nd Time Around. It’s a phrase he’s coined himself and it does describe the new and nearly-new offerings he’s accepted to resell for […]

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Village eyeing 1.88 percent tax increase

By Jaime Thomas Village officials approved a tentative $1,347,000 budget for the 2014-2015 year Monday night. Mayor Brian LaRose said the village is looking at a 1.91 percent tax levy increase, which would mean a 1.88 percent increase in taxes. This keeps the village under the state’s 2 percent tax cap. In order to achieve […]

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Village Board rolls back parking ban

By Lee Tugas With only three village residents offering comment, the Whitehall Village Board, in passing a new parking law, eliminated its 11 p.m. to 7 a.m. wintertime parking ban. Since late autumn, the village board members have tried to reduce the wintertime ban from 11 p.m. to 7 am. to a more lenient 3 […]

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Community Calendar 01/23/14

Thursday, Jan. 23   Help Researchers WEST RUPERT Family members and researchers of the late Painter Brian Sweetland seek to identify and catalog his work, and are asking area residents to inquire who owns his still-life’s, portraits and landscapes. For details on how to assist in this research and catalog project, call 802-394-2998. Sweetland (1952-2013) […]

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Search continues for missing man

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By Jaime Thomas Four days after a Fair Haven man went missing in Granville, extensive search efforts have yielded few results. Jonathan Schaff, 23, was involved in an altercation at a West Main Street bar, during which a 50-year-old Granville resident allegedly sucker-punched him in the face and broke his glasses in the early hours […]

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Building reopens after bricks collapse

By Lee Tugas A portion of Main Street closed last week because of a deteriorating building was opened to traffic Monday afternoon. The block of Main Street, between Division Street and Canal Lock 12,  was closed last Wednesday, when a number of bricks fell from a four-foot high parapet adorning the top of a three-story […]

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The pile of rubble on Main Street is finally gone. As far as local officials know, Edgeco Environmental, Inc., has finished the removal process. On Thursday, Village Clerk Rick Roberts said Code Enforcement Officer Fred Roberts told him Edgeco was done with the project. “He felt the site was fully remediated,” said Roberts, who agreed […]

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No tax hike: Village to tap into reserves for budget

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By Matthew Saari In an effort to keep the tax rate flat, the Whitehall Village Board has decided to dip […]

Demolition done, new store to rise

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By Krystle S. Morey Demolition of three homes on Quaker Street to make room for a new Stewart’s Shops store […]

RV Dealer eyes Hampton site

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By Matthew Saari   A Vermont-based recreational vehicle dealership is planning on setting up shop in Hampton. Brandon RV of […]

Running with Sasquatch: Inaugural half-marathon set for June 9

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  By Matthew Saari In an effort to shed the added pounds he tacked on during the winter months, Sasquatch […]

He conquered all 46 high peaks in single winter

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  By Krystle S. Morey It’s not unusual to see John Entholt out running on the roadsides in New York […]

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