Tag Archives: Neighbors

Faith and friendship the key

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By Jaime Thomas For almost 65 years, Burt and Christine Thompson have enjoyed each other’s company. The two attended Hartford Central School together, and Burt, who is six years her senior, worked on Christine’s father’s farm. But it wasn’t until he returned from serving with the army in the South Pacific during World War II […]

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Whitehall Festival of lights

The Whitehall Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with the Village and Town of Whitehall, are creating a holiday festival of lights. A number of lights and decorations will be strung throughout the community and the chamber plans to host a number of holiday-themed events. “We want the community of Whitehall aglow with the holiday lights,” […]

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Arrest made in latest Champman’s burglary

Two people have been arrested following yet another break-in at Chapman’s Store in Middle Granville. This is at least the third time since March the store has been burglarized. A local man has already pleaded guilty in relation to one of the break-ins. In the latest case, which police said took place Sept. 1, two […]

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Seminar on senior legal issues offered

The Glens Fall Aging Well Forum will host an educational seminar on senior related legal issues at the Whitehall Senior Meal Site at American Legion Post 83 at 11:30 a.m. on Friday, April 16. Local attorneys will discuss a number of topics such as wills, powers of attorney, health care directives and the protection of […]

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Fund disbursements will help cover losses

  Immediately after Tropical Storm Irene’s floods devastated parts of Granville, local citizens started raising fund to help their neighbors. That money is now available to the 38 households that suffered severe damage from the Aug. 28 storm.  Village Clerk Treasurer Rick Roberts said the residents who came together to conduct two separate fund-raising dinners, […]

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Factory Street, Rathbun Avenue residents banding together

  Perhaps the single residential area hardest hit by Tropical Storm Irene is Factory Street. Across the Mettowee River from the Slate Valley Museum the residents of the street and the spur off of its end, Rathbun Avenue, all had some measure of damage when the storm dropped six inches of rain bringing the river […]

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Village eyes property eyesores

If your neighbors’ lawn is too long or they don’t take care of their garbage and you live in the village, you might have called Granville Village Ordinance Officer Gary Didier into action. As part of the duties of the part-time position, Didier is tasked with keeping an eye out for property owners or tenants […]

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Apple pie for breakfast? Yup, in Middletown Springs, Vt.

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Pie. It’s what’s for breakfast  Shake off the winter and indulge yourself at the Middletown Springs Public Library as they host ‘Pie for Breakfast.’ The event takes place from 8 to 11 a.m. on Saturday, March 5 and everyone is welcome. The cost is $6 for adults, with kids 4-12 $4 and kids under four […]

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Tree cutting soon?

The decision on logging the Pine Lake watershed property will continue to be discussed by the village board next week. (more…)

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Garbage House

  Granville’s Code Enforcement Officer said he has a problem only a new local law can resolve. Harrington addressed the Granville Town Board Sept. 11 and explained to them that a number of properties in Granville have become… (more…)

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Dresden throws support to medical marijuana facility

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By Dan King The Town of Dresden has joined the growing list of towns throughout Washington County that are throwing […]

Heather Michaud to have art displayed at the Hyde

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By Dan King A Whitehall High School student will have her artwork displayed at one of the region’s greatest art […]

Hampton Firehouse may change hands

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By Derek Liebig The Town of Hampton is considering selling the Hampton Firehouse to the Hampton Volunteer Fire Department, which […]

Granville Science Fair a hit

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Joshua Bassett A dry Christmas tree that emitted melodic sounds when hit was just one of the many exhibits on […]

Baseball routs Corinth, Salem, Bolton

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The Whitehall baseball team bounced back from a non-league loss to Fort Ann by blowing out Corinth, Salem and Bolton. […]

Whitehall not conducting background checks?

By Dan King Whitehall Central School has brought on a substantial amount of staff members, bus drivers and substitutes this […]

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