By Jaime Thomas While on patrol a bit after midnight on Tuesday, Officer Marc Morrill, of the Granville Village Police, noticed two sets of footprints. The tracks led off of North Street and onto the Rail Trail, so he decided to investigate. He encountered only one person, however, and 18-year-old Joseph Washburn, of Granville, said [...]
Morgan Winters was one of four Whitehall athletes to place in multiple events at an indoor track meet held Sunday at Williams College. Winters finished third in the girls’ long jump and second in the triple jump. She also won the girls’ freshman 55-meter dash, trimming more than a quarter second off her season best. [...]
PJ Ferguson led the way for Whitehall’s cross-country team as it wrapped its season last Friday at the Section II Championships in Saratoga Springs. Ferguson finished 13th in the race to pace Whitehall, which finished ninth out of 14 teams. He covered the 3.1 mile race in 17:19.15. Greenwich’s Jeremy Spiezo won the race in [...]
RUTLAND, VT – Helen N. LaRue, age 93, passed away on May 29, 2012, at Rutland Healthcare & Rehabilitation in Rutland. Helen was born on June 22, 1918 in Starksboro, Vt., the daughter of Nathan and Jennie (Brown) Morrill. Helen enjoyed working with her hands. She loved to knit and crochet, but also enjoyed time [...]
Marion Gendron placed fifth in the girls’ triple jump during Sunday’s Indoor Track meet atHudsonValleyCommunity College. Gendron’s jump of 27 feet, 3.5 inches was good placed her just inside in the top five and earned the Railroaders two points. Gendron was the only athlete to score any points forWhitehall. Maggie Benjamin and Megan Redmond also [...]
Granville Village officials anticipate firing a Police officer this week expecting he could not show proof he had New York State residency after a residency requirement was discovered. Patrol officer Joseph Castle, a veteran of the police force with nearly five years of experience will be terminated, Mayor Jay Niles said, because he could not [...]
A Hampton man is facing charges, including driving while intoxicated, following a snowmobile crash Sunday night on the Rail Trail adjacent the Station House Bed and Breakfast on Main Street. Police charged Joseph P. Baker, 21, with misdemeanor driving a snowmobile while intoxicated and violations, including leaving the scene of a property damage accident, driving [...]
Granville village officials say they are in the process of figuring out what they believe they are owed by Whitehall and Fort Edward for the costs of training police officers when they left the village before three years elapsed.
and Keith Lobdell Granville turns table on officer claim After considering a municipal law regarding a bill from Whitehall for police officer training expenses, the Granville Village Board has voted to seek its own claims.