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Sandford, Bartholomew unopposed in village elections

By Derek Liebig Voters will head to the polls Tuesday with very little to decide. Village elections will be held on March 18, but barring the unforeseen, the village board of trustees will be together for at least another year. Incumbents Walter Sandford and Ken Bartholomew are the only candidates who will appear on Tuesday’s […]

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Whitehall officials and residents adapt to snowmobiles

By Lee Tugas The population of ATV’s and snowmobiles rises and falls with the snowfall. This year, they are obviously on the rise. Whether or not they are a nuisance or a mechanized delight, very much depends, in Whitehall, at least, on your point of view. Worrisome to police and railroad police To Village Police […]

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Village Board rolls back parking ban

By Lee Tugas With only three village residents offering comment, the Whitehall Village Board, in passing a new parking law, eliminated its 11 p.m. to 7 a.m. wintertime parking ban. Since late autumn, the village board members have tried to reduce the wintertime ban from 11 p.m. to 7 am. to a more lenient 3 […]

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Sandford, Bartholomew unopposed in village elections

By Derek Liebig The village board of trustees will be together for at least another year. Incumbents Walter Sandford and Ken Bartholomew are the only candidates who will appear on ballots next month and barring the unforeseen will be elected to serve another two years in office. This is the second consecutive year the village […]

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Relaxed parking ban still up in the air in Whitehall

By Lee Tugas The Whitehall Village Board made final revisions to its forthcoming local parking law last week, but backed away from adopting its key provision, relaxing the overnight ban on winter parking. Mayor Pete Telisky proposed relaxing the ban from the current 11 p.m. to 7 a.m. to 3 a.m. to 6 a.m. But […]

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Village increases fees for blocking sidewalks

The Village Board of Trustees passed a resolution Monday changing the fee schedule for people who encumber village sidewalks and streets. Officials approved a resolution increasing the fines people pay for blocking a public street or sidewalk for more than an hour. The previous fines were believed to be insufficient to effectively dissuade someone from […]

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Lavin wins Triple Jump

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This story has been revised to include the results from the Section II meet in Fort Plain on May 25. An earlier version of this story had the incorrect results. Rebecca Lavin made sure she ended her high school track career on a high note. The senior wrapped up an outstanding season by winning the […]

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Water change: Village makes changes to commercial water bills

High volume water users will find themselves paying their bills more frequently after the Village Board of Trustees agreed on Tuesday to change the way its water bills are administered. The village will begin billing commercial water users every month instead of the three-month billing cycle that is currently in practice. The change applies only […]

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Track team wraps up season at Section II meet

Chilly temperatures and rain did nothing to dampen the spirit of Whitehall’s track team at last Wednesday’s Section II meet in Fort Plain. A number of athletes recorded top ten finishes despite the less than ideal conditions. As has been the case all year, the girls were led by Rebecca Lavin and Caitlyn Sandford, each […]

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Village budget includes 1.5 percent tax hike

The village board of trustees approved a 1.5 percent tax increase as it ratified its 2013-14 budget on Monday. The increase raises the tax rate from $17.87 per $1,000 of assessed value to $18.13 per $1,000. That means a taxpayer whose home is assessed for $100,000 will pay an additional $26 in village taxes. Some […]

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Granville’s first-ever lighted tractor parade Friday

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By Krystle S. Morey and Amber Stewart “The more lights the merrier.” This is the strategy the Granville Future Farmers […]

Village seeks funds for Flat Iron demo

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By Matthew Saari Whitehall village officials are seeking a state grant to fund the demolition of the notorious Flat Iron […]

Resident, village battle over sewage spill

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By Matthew Saari Something stinks in the village of Whitehall. For more than two months resident Christina Steves has battled […]

Quarrymen call proposed zoning a business ‘killer’

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  By Krystle S. Morey More than 40 slate quarry owners and industry workers turned out at Poultney’s Select Board […]

Kitten-thrower pleads guilty

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By Krystle S. Morey Justice has been served on behalf of a small orange kitten that was thrown out of […]

Northshire Freepress – 12/08/17

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North Country Freepress – 12/08/17

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Weekender – 12/08/17

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Lakes Region Freepress – 12/08/17

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518 Wheels – 12/07/17

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Toys train delivers smiles

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By Matthew Saari Nearly 300 children had their Christmas brightened more than a little Sunday morning when the 2017 Marine […]

County to buy 3 village properties

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By Krystle S. Morey Washington County will purchase three properties in the village of Granville that officials say will provide […]

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