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School exam scores up dramatically

Students at Whitehall High school demonstrated across-the-board improvement on this June’s Regents exams. The percentage of students who passed their exams increased in every subject except one and educators believe efforts to help the poorest-performing students is a big reason why. Principal Kelly McHugh said students who fail an exam are automatically enrolled into the […]

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Duo pleads guilty to drug charges

A pair of Whitehall residents who were arrested and accused of selling heroin earlier this year, pleaded guilty to felony drug charges last Friday. Nickolous J. Callonnec, 29, and Laura L. Mitchell, both of Mountain Street, pleaded guilty to third-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance. They were arrested in February following a lengthy investigation […]

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“I’m Flying” at Whitehall Athletic Center on Saturday

Kathy Beaver, a veteran of the cabaret stage, will take flight this weekend. Beaver will star in “I’m Flying” at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 11, at the Whitehall Athletic Club. Since she was a teenager, Beaver has been working in professional theater. She is a Julliard School of Music graduate and a Diller-Quiale School […]

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Peewee football, cheerleading sign-ups

The Whitehall Youth League will be holding sign-ups this week for its peewee football and cheerleading programs. Children can sign up at the Recreation Center from 5:30 to 7:30 today through Friday, Aug. 10. The program is open to any children in grades three through six.  

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Child welfare charge laid

A local man was arrested last week after his toddler ran across a street unattended. Timothy W. Crawford, 29, of Whitehall, was charged with endangering the welfare of a child, a misdemeanor, after police received reports of a two-year-old child in only a diaper running across a street unattended. The child had run to a […]

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Village eye illegal water hoses, meterless connections

The village is investigating illegal hook-ups they believe are contributing to the volume of treated water that goes unaccounted for each year. Officials said last week there are a number of addresses that receive water service but do not have water meters. They are trying to determine the exact number of users who don’t have […]

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Water payments trickle in slowly

  Efforts by the village to collect past due water bills have so far produced mixed results. The assistant village clerk, Julie VanGuilder, said a few users have made efforts to pay at least part of their bills since a letter went out to delinquent accounts last month, and one user stopped by the village […]

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Ryder Road Farm on Fiber Tour this weekend

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The alpacas of Ryder Road Farm will greet guests this weekend as fiber producers throughout Washington County open their doors and invite guests onto their farms as part of the 20th annual Fiber Tour. “We’ll be showing guests what alpacas are all about in terms of fiber,” said Bonnie Graves, who owns Ryder Road Farm […]

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Lioness Road Race May 5

  One of Granville’s rites of spring is scheduled for Saturday, May 5, when the Granville Lioness Club presents its 17th annual 5-kilometer road race, The race, part of the Adirondack Runners Grand Prix series will start at 10 a.m. at the Granville Hook & Ladder Co. and benefits the club’s community-service projects. Described by […]

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PCS honor roll students named

Putnam Central School has released its list of students who have been named to the honor roll for the third quarter. They are: Fourth Grade High Honors: Ethan Kerr   Fifth Grade Honors: Brett Moore, Emily Purkey, and Savannah Smith High Honors: Carter Visicaro   Sixth Grade Honors: Jordan Allen and Mandy Moore High Honors: […]

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Rivals speak on sports’ success

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By Derek Liebig When the Granville Board of Education decided last week to abandon the school district’s 30-year affiliation with […]

Landlord says he is remedying properties

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By Dan King A Queensbury man, who owns multiple properties in Whitehall, says he has been working on getting all […]

District to reevaluate schedule

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By Dan King Whitehall School District Superintendent Liz Legault said the district will begin working toward a new block schedule […]

Probation officers to carry firearms

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By Derek Liebig In a split vote, the Washington County Board of Supervisors approved a resolution last week authorizing probation […]

Two close losses for boys’ hoops

The Whitehall boys’ basketball team lost two games by a combined nine points last week. On Friday evening, the Railroaders […]

No new leads in case of missing man

By Derek Liebig It’s been a year since Jonathan Schaff was last seen walking from a Main Street bar toward […]