Tag Archives: Remainder

Village taking legal action against negligent property owners

New Chase Building

The village will pursue legal action against the owner of a dilapidated Main Street building. Mayor Peter Telisky said Tuesday the village is working with Washington County to take Flint Stone, owner of the old “Chase” building to court. “It’s crazy. It’s absolutely absurd that this has gone on as long as it has,” Telisky […]

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Girls hoopsters off to 2-1 start

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A big third quarter and a late defensive stop led the Whitehall girls basketball team past Saratoga Catholic 40-37 on Monday night. The Railroaders outscored Saratoga Catholic by four points in the third quarter and the Railroaders held the Saints scoreless for the last two and a half minutes to earn a hard fought non-league […]

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Town to maintain park

The town has finalized an agreement that will ensure the Skenesborough Canalside Park and Visitor’s Center will remain open. At last week’s monthly meeting the board voted to continue basic maintenance of the building and grounds. “We will continue to operate the park in the same manner we did before we moved in,” said George […]

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Busy weekend at Pawlet book sale

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It was apparent even before the annual Pawlet Library book sale started Saturday that this was going to be a banner year. “The line outside was bigger than last year,” said event organizer Dolores Luebke. “When we opened the doors, we were just flooded with people.” That line stretched from the front door of the […]

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Hampton to build new town hall: Construction may begin by mid-August

Hampton will have its new town hall. The town board unanimously approved a motion last Wednesday to construct a new town hall. The project is subject to a 30-day permissive referendum, but no residents spoke out against the decision during a public hearing held on the matter last week and it’s doubtful it will be […]

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Soccer team finishing well

The Whitehall girls’ soccer team may be peaking at the perfect time. With the Adirondack League regular season coming to an end and Sectionals quickly approaching, the Railroaders have played inspired soccer over the last two weeks, defeating Fort Ann 1-0 on Oct. 11 and playing a thriller against Hadley Luzerne last Thursday. Rebecca Lavin […]

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Sports golf

Granville and Schuylerville are tied atop the Wasaren League standing following a Monday victory over the Black Horses at Lake St. Catherine Country Club in Poultney, 3-2. Both teams have lost two matches and have split the season series at a game each. Granville’s Garrett Brown notched medallist honors in a 3-2 win against the […]

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Police, village quiet with talks set to start

Neither side is willing to say much as the Village of Granville and the Granville Police union prepare to enter negotiations for a new contract. The four-year police contract expired June 1,  and negotiations have not started on the new labor agreement. A potentially costly provision of the recently expired contract provides health insurance for […]

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PBA, Village to start talks

Neither side is willing to say much as the Village of Granville and the Granville Police union prepare to enter negotiations for a new contract. The four-year police contract expired June ,  and negotiations have not started on the new labor agreement. A potentially costly provision of the recently expired contract provides health insurance for […]

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Golfer’s swings means it must be spring

 Anyone seeking evidence spring had actually arrived in the North Country needed look no further than their local golf course as hardy souls braved cold and wind to get in an early season round of golf. Despite a snowy, cold winter which seems intent on maintaining its grip on the area, golfers like Patrick Cross […]

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Search for missing Granville man continues

Police agencies in both New York and Vermont have recently ramped up efforts in the search for Jonathan Schaff, a Granville man who went missing in January 2014. Their investigation includes scuba diving in local quarries and questioning more than 30 witnesses. Police are looking into all tips in an effort to solve the case that started nearly 3 years ago.

By Krystle S. Morey Vermont State Police have been busy questioning potential witnesses in a local missing person case. Jonathan […]

Local bus garages fare well in state inspection

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By Dan King Local school districts are among the state’s best in keeping their buses up and running. The state […]

Whitehall graduates 46

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By Dan King “The easy part of our lives is over.” That was the message from Whitehall High School’s salutatorian […]

Fireworks for sale, for a good cause

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By Krystle S. Morey Granvillians can start summer off with a bang now that fireworks are for sale in the […]

Class of 2016 grads bid Granville farewell

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  By Krystle S. Morey Jonathan Fisher has always lived a life of service and helping others. Fisher walked across […]

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88 to graduate Granville High School Friday

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By Krystle S. Morey Eighty-eight “pretty remarkable” young men and women will walk across the stage tomorrow, ending their days […]

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