Tag Archives: Monday Afternoon

Tennis loses pair of matches

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              The effort has been there, but so far the results have not for Whitehall’s tennis team. The Railroaders failed to win a match in two contests against Granville and Corinth. The Tomahawks defeated Whitehall 7-0 on Monday afternoon. Corinth’s second, third, and fourth singles surrendered a total of […]

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Baseball squad goes 1-2 vs. league’s best

Whitehall’s baseball team squared off against three of the top teams in the Adirondack League during the past week, picking up a win and two losses. On Monday afternoon, Whitehall traveled to Fort Ann to face a Cardinals team that defeated them 29-3 in the second game of the season, and while the final result […]

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Softball wins 6-2 in final at-bats

Whitehall broke open a tie game with a four-run seventh inning as they defeated Fort Edward 6-2 on Monday afternoon. Tied at 2-2 going into the final inning, the Railroaders took advantage of some fielding miscues by the Forts, scoring four runs, three of them unearned. Emily Harker and Olivia Short each doubled, recording the […]

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Skenesborough votes not to dissolve; town move in question

After months of careful consideration and internal debate, the Skenesborough Volunteer Fire Company has decided not to dissolve. Michael Putorti confirmed late Monday afternoon that members had voted against dissolving but declined further comment because he had resigned his position as chief following the vote, citing his belief that the department should have dissolved and […]

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Man arrested for DUI with child in car

A local man was arrested Monday in Fair Haven for driving under the influence of drugs with a young child in the car. Gary A. Parker, 42, of Whitehall was arrested Monday afternoon after police pulled him over for swerving onto and off the road several times with a two year old child in the […]

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Elmy charged with felony assault: Marina owner charged in attack on woman; victim in induced coma

A prominent local businessman was arrested and charged with felony assault Tuesday morning in connection with serious injuries suffered by a female acquaintance on Monday afternoon. Robert A. Elmy, 63, who owns a marina in Whitehall, was charged with second-degree assault. He is accused of assaulting a woman in her residence and causing a serious […]

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LaChapelle leads golfers

Whitehall’s golf team won a non-league match against Warrensburg on Monday afternoon at the Skene Valley Country Club. Colby LaChapelle won the pairing of the teams number ones defeating his opponent 3-1 and earning medalist honors with a 39. However, Whitehall had to rally later after Robbie Pereau and Adam Bixby lost their matches 2-1 […]

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Golf team splits in season-opener

The Whitehall Golf team split a tri-match against Hadley-Luzerne and Bolton Monday afternoon at Bend of the River Golf Course in Hadley. Whitehall fell to undefeated Hadley Luzerne team 5-0 and defeated Bolton 4-1. Against Hadley Luzerne Whitehall lost several close matches. Al Aubin, Robbie Pereau, and Garrett Bebee all dropped matches 4-3. Chris Talbert […]

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Sunday storm causes damage

Possible tornado does damage, close calls reported   Some say microburst, some say straight-line winds, others say it was a tornado, but one thing that is sure is that something hit East Potter Avenue like a sledgehammer Sunday night. A storm cell struck with incredible force about 6 p.m. Sunday. No injuries were reported, but […]

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Bartholomew upset at use of village machine

By Derek Liebig The use of village resources took center stage during Tuesday’s Village Board meeting. Village trustee Ken Bartholomew took issue with Mayor Peter Telisky’s use of village machinery to assist with sandbaging efforts around The Line Townhouse Apartments on Lower Main Street. On Monday afternoon, Telisky authorized village employees to use a “Bobcat” […]

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Banner year for Whitehall RailRiders

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By Dan King This year has been fantastic for the Whitehall RailRiders snowmobile club, in more ways than one. For […]

Granville MMA fighter to be featured on CNN

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By Derek Liebig A Granville woman who has spent two-and-a-half years training in mixed martial arts will have her story […]

Students, faculty join to boost school spirit

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By Derek Liebig Granville Central School pride was alive and well, at least for one night, as students, faculty and […]

Boy Scout Troop 83 Moving Forward

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By Dan King Boy Scout Troop 83 in Whitehall is in a transition, but new scoutmaster Jason Ashline says he’s […]

Whitehall golf second in state for GPA

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The fall 2014 season was great for Whitehall athletes on the course and field, and it continues in the classroom. […]

WHS to host musical Friday and Saturday

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Students at Whitehall High School will be performing a musical this weekend. March 6 and 7 at 7 p.m. each […]

Teacup auction

The Wells United Methodist Church will host a Giant Teacup Auction on Friday, March 13, at the Modern Woodman Hall […]

Solomon Northup reenactor in Salem

The Salem Courthouse Community Center, 25 East Broadway, continues its March Civil War series at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, March […]

Village of Granville taxes to increase

By Derek Liebig A decrease in revenues will lead to a tax increase for village residents. The Granville Village Board […]

Ice fishing clinic at Carter’s Pond

Families who wish to learn the sport of ice fishing are welcome to attend a free ice fishing clinic taking […]

Granville man arrested for heroin

A Granville man is facing drug charges after he was found in possession of heroin and marijuana. Brian L. James, […]

Legault officially leaving in May

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By Dan King Whitehall Central School Superintendent Liz Legault will leave the district in May. Legault was officially introduced as […]