They say it’s not over with until it’s over with. Dec. 20 was the last day for deer hunting of any kind in our region. Northern zone was disgusting and the southern zone wasn’t very far behind it. The lack of beechnuts and acorns contributed greatly in most area, but where did the deer go [...]
By Derek Liebig The Vermont Rail System has begun work on its Whitehall-to-Rutland line that is expected to reduce transit time over the company’s Clarendon and Pittsford (CPL) line. When complete, the project is expected to result in an 18-minute reduction in the time it takes for a train to travel from Whitehall to [...]
Penrhyn Fire Chief Milt Dunbar was a happy camper Saturday night. As the grounds of the fire station filled up with unique, rare and even one of a kind automobiles for the sixth annual Penrhyn Car Rally his only task was flipping burgers on the grill. “It’s kind of nice these guys get it all [...]
Area representatives kicked off the celebration of all things maple in Middle Granville at Grottoli’s Maple Friday afternoon with the ceremonial tapping of the first maple tree. The 16th annual maple weekend(s) began with Sen. Betty Little and Assemblyman Tony Jordan putting an old style tap into a tree behind the sugarhouse. “I’m just relived [...]
By Bill Toscano The Vermont transportation secretary has started an investigation into the Vermont Rail Systems after a letter from Amtrak called the Rutland to Whitehall track owned by the company “the poorest performing line in the country.” Secretary Brian Searles said he is concerned the issue could damage the state’s chances of getting [...]
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 [...]
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.