As a former one-term Granville School Board member, Molly Celani said she left after 2007 not by choice, but because her husband had medical issues. Running for another term was in the cards until life intervened, Celani said. So after one term she stepped down. “It was three years.I started when (former Superintendent Daniel) Teplesky [...]
“I’ve had enough bank robberies to last a lifetime.” Molly Celani Little did anyone expect to see the Granville Main Street TD Bank get robbed for a second time in less than a week, certainly not one of the customers conducting business at the counter Saturday morning. Molly Celani said she was at [...]
Village properties recognized The Slate Valley Garden Club hosted a tea Aug. 3 to say thank you to residents of the Village of Granville who go above and beyond when it comes to making their properties look attractive through the use of plants. Six properties were recognized by the club and presented with a slate [...]
James Donnelly is ready to get to work in Granville once he can just find some place to live. “I’m excited to get into the district, meet the community and really learn. My first job in Granville is to learn and to ask questions. At the same time, I’ve already met with the assistant principal [...]
With implementation of the Mettowee River Revitalization Strategy right around the corner, Granville Mayor Jay Niles urged those who turned out Monday night for the final look to get involved. “Pursue your interests,” Niles told the 20 people in attendance on the snowy night. The Granville Village Board convened the special meeting to get a [...]
Bummer… I see that Molly’s will be closed for a while, too bad, a nice place for a frosty cold beverage. Sign in the window says reopening, no more info on that yet. Know something? Give me a call or reply to this blog OR email me, remember that blog posts will be ‘out there’ [...]
One over-loaded engineer, is all, it turns out, that stood between Granville and a replacement for the trestle bridge.