Tag Archives: Police Benevolent Association

PBA blames contract for overtime issue

By Jaime Thomas It all comes down to a contract. Gordon Smith, a Granville Village Trustee, expressed his misgivings at a meeting last week about a 100 percent increase in police overtime pay within the budget. Issues within the police union contract have since come to light. Both Police Chief Ernie Bassett and Dave Williams, […]

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PBA Youth Center looking for higher attendence

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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 […]

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Scholarships and awards

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            Graduates:   Whitehall Teacher’s Association Award:  Alexandra Abbott Frank Martucci Memorial Award:  Alexandra Abbott H. Foster Griswold Memorial Award: Marissa Alexander Grant R. Foster Memorial Award: Marissa Alexander Mark Currier Memorial Award: Marissa Alexander Victoria S. Griswold Memorial Award:  Chantel Baker Judge William Redmond Memorial Award:  Chantel Baker New […]

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Castle Resigns

The Granville police officer who returned to work as a result of a judge’s order just a few months ago has resigned from the village department. Patrol officer Joe Castle, a five-year veteran of the Granville Village Police, turned in his resignation Wednesday afternoon village officials said Thursday morning. Castle’s one-sentence resignation letter simply said […]

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Court action keep officer on the job

The Granville Police officer facing the loss of his job over a residency question went back to work the night of April 28 instead of attending a disciplinary hearing. Village officials confirmed last week that officer Joseph Castle was scheduled to return to work following action in Washington County Court. Castle had faced a disciplinary […]

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2010 Looking back at the top stories of the year

Some time during the summer of 2010 John Freed works in his village garage workshop restoring the World War II Veterans Memorial Clock.

  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 […]

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Youth Center hosts ‘Sirsy’

Melanie Krahmer lead singer, drummer and flute player of Sirsy.

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 […]

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Youth Center to open this month

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.   (more…)

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Youth Center Effort Hits Roadblock

Youth Center effort hits stumbling block A misunderstanding and an unanticipated fire sprinkler system expense has caused a snag in the creation of a Granville youth center, one that could take weeks and thousands of dollars to resolve, organizers said Sunday. (more…)

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Youth center in the works

Rec center for September It has been a long time coming, but local youths will only have to wait a few weeks longer for a new recreation center, Granville Police Benevolent Association members announced last week. (more…)

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North Country Freepress – 01/19/18

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Northshire Freepress – 01/19/18

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Flat Iron: Village misses grant deadline

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By Matthew Saari A Restore New York grant that could’ve potentially funded the demolition of the blighted Flat Iron building […]

Codie made the team!

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By Matthew Saari It’s official – Whitehall’s Codie Bascue will be competing in the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea. […]

Four years later, search continues for missing man

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By Krystle S. Morey A steady flow of new leads and cooperation from witnesses have kept a 4-year-old missing person […]

Armstrong to run for village trustee

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By Matthew Saari “Everything is on the table; nothing is off the table when looking to cut costs.” That’s former […]

Freezing, flood wreak havoc

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By Matthew Saari and Krystle Morey Only in the Northeast can communities have 50-degree weather and torrential rains one day, […]

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