Tag Archives: Patrons

Sale to benefit local cancer victim

A yard sale will be held to benefit Tammy Rathbun this weekend on Quaker Street. The sale will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday, Sept. 27 through Sunday, Sept. 29, at 27 Quaker Street. The sale will include an assortment of quality, used items and will feature a Chinese auction, bake sale […]

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Fair Haven hosting annual AppleFest Saturday

Students in the Fair Haven area school district will pool their efforts and offer the community a day of fall-inspired entertainment this Saturday. The annual Fair Haven AppleFest will be held from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 21, at the town green. “Basically it’s the same as last year,” said Kandi Ramey, […]

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Resident unhappy with noise from bar

By Jaime Thomas Tenants of a Church Street apartment building are not too happy about the noise coming out of one of Main Street’s bars at night. Dale Clark told the Granville Village Board Monday that Happy Daze Pub is just too loud. “They’ve been excessively noisy since their expansion. I have to turn my […]

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WHS Drama Club basket party Sunday

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Cheryl Putorti can vouch for the Whitehall Drama Club’s flair for the dramatic. About this time every year, Putorti begins to question whether she’ll have enough baskets for the club’s annual basket party and every year the baskets arrive, even if it’s only a few days before the event. Last week at this time, Putorti […]

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Village, property owners reach compromise on parking

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The village has agreed to make concessions to its winter parking ban in an effort to appease Main Street business owners and landlords who said the law left their patrons and tenants nowhere to park. The board of trustees agreed to permit overnight parking on Fosdick Alley. But whether the concessions prove to be enough […]

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Schoony’s wins county business prize

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By Jaime Thomas Family and community are everything in Bob Schoonmaker’s business. The co-owner of Schoony’s Country Market, who runs the shop with his wife, Dorie, feels he can thank his family, his workers and his patrons for a recent award. “We’re all about family; we try to run this like a family business with […]

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Rutland City Band up next in Friday night concert series

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  One of the area’s oldest municipal bands will take the Whitehall stage this Friday. The Rutland City Band will perform at 7 p.m. on Aug. 17 on the bandstand at the Riverside Veterans Memorial Park on Main Street. In the tradition of American town bands, the group plays a variety of music for all […]

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Adirondack Fiddlers to perform

The Whitehall Music in the Park summer concert series is kicking into full gear as the Adirondack Fiddlers prepare to grace the Whitehall stage Friday evening. The concert will begin at 7 p.m., July 27. The group, which is made up of fiddlers ranging in age from 50 to 80, performs old jigs, reels, and […]

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Skene Manor to open Friday

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                    Every year the Skene Manor undergoes a number of renovations and that will be the case again this summer as the venerable estate prepares to open. The Skene Manor will open its doors for the 2012 season this Friday, April 20, and will be open […]

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Grinch attempts to steal Christmas: Woman tried to take lottery card Christmas tree during benefit for local cancer victim

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The Whitehall Police Department expects to make an arrest is the case of a local Grinch who tried to steal Christmas. The department is investigating an attempted larceny that occurred at Big G’s Pub on Main Street on Thursday, Dec. 22 during a benefit for local cancer victim Danon Whiting. During the event, an unidentified […]

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Hartford schools on alert after ‘not specific’ threats

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By Krystle S. Morey Hartford Central School District officials are on high alert following the discovery of two threats against […]

Flat Iron falls

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By Matthew Saari As the Whitehall Village Board was proceeding with steps to demolish the decrepit building at 160 Main […]

Granville school wrestles with new logo

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By Krystle S. Morey After gracing sports uniforms and yearbooks of the Granville Golden Horde for decades, the infamous Mongolian […]

Police proponents, opponents survey

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By Matthew Saari If there’s a strong push to disband the Whitehall Police Department to reduce village taxes, there’s an […]

Parades, ceremonies to mark Memorial Day

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Communities large and small throughout the region will host parades and ceremonies to honor the men and women who fought […]

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Should Whitehall retain its police department?

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By Matthew Saari Should the village of Whitehall continue having its own police department? It’s a controversial question that has […]

DWI-charged teacher will return to her job

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By Krystle S. Morey The kindergarten teacher who was arrested after she allegedly drove to Mary J. Tanner School drunk […]

Village seeks ‘input on future of police department’

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By Matthew Saari Village trustees are “seeking input on the future of the police department,” and to that end have […]

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