By Jaime Thomas Despite low numbers, PBA youth center continues programs It’s got everything a kid could ask for: a big dance floor with a snazzy lighting system, video games, pool tables, food and more. The Police Benevolent Association (PBA) youth center on Main Street is just missing one thing — more kids. Regular attendance [...]
The fate of a Granville police officer on administrative leave because of a residency issue will be determined at a disciplinary hearing scheduled at the end of the month. Officer Joe Castle is facing firing for failing to provide documentation showing he has a New York state residency. The meeting is not open to the [...]
A lot happened in Granville as the first 10 years of the 21st century came toward a close in 2010. As the new year approaches we here at the Granville Sentinel are taking a look back at some of the events and people who shaped the past 365 days. Jan. 5 Lions give Youth [...]
Make your own revolution the title track from the latest release by Niskayuna-based band Sirsy encourages. The up-and-coming two-piece band returns to the Granville Police Benevolent Association Youth Center Dec. 16 for an all ages show; tickets will be available at the door. Now playing nationally, the band has been a fixture in the bar [...]
Soulful, sultry, fiery, Indie pop – all terms used in conjunction to describe the regional favorite who made an appearance at the Granville PBA Youth Center, Oct. 21. Melanie Krahmer and Rich Libutti make up the entire band – not that you would have any clue if you shut your eyes and just listened. [...]
Sirsy plays at the Granville PBA Youth Center. ‘Goner’ is a song that will be on the band’s forthcoming album, performed Dec. 17, 2010. The band returns to the Youth Center for another show, tickets available at the door.
Peek-a-boo you can see the Youth Center The paper has come down. The newspaper covering the front windows of the soon-to-be Granville PBA Youth Center came down Sunday night as work progresses toward an opening day.
Discussion of the tentative 2009 Washington County budget became heated Nov. 12 as some Granville residents questioned a supervisor’s intensions towards the sheriff’s patrol.