Tag Archives: Sanford

Public hearing could supply final answer to vexing winter parking ban debate

By Lee Tugas The Whitehall Village Board has set the date of 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 18 for a public hearing on its new parking ordinance. But unless village residents speak up that night, a definite answer on relaxing or scrapping the 11 p.m to 7 a.m. ban on overnight winter parking may disappear […]

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Soccer splits pair

Four different players scored for Whitehall as the girls rolled to a 4-1 win over Salem on Oct. 2. Rebecca Lavin, Rachel Lavin, Caitlyn Sanford and Cariana Jones each recorded goals for Whitehall and Kelsey Farley made 11 saves. Caroline McKeighan scored a late second-half goal for Salem. Whitehall scored early and often as it […]

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Huletts Gallery to feature local art

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Tomorrow night is a sort of coming-out party for local artist R. Sanford Stragnell. The sculptor, who is from Huletts Landing, will display his work at the Huletts Gallery in an exhibit entitled “Renaissance: Metal Sculpture.” An opening reception for the exhibit will be held tomorrow (June 29) from 5 to 7 p.m. in the […]

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Lavin leads way in track

Rebecca Lavin had a banner day for the girl’s track team, but it wasn’t enough to prevent the team from falling to Salem and host Corinth on Tuesday afternoon. Lavin won three events for the Railroaders, Kassi VanGuilder cleared more than four and a half feet to win the girl’s high jump, and Caitlyn Sanford […]

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Track teams get first wins

Whitehall’s boys and girls track teams picked up their first wins of the season, going 2-1 in a meet against Greenwich, Cambridge, and Waldorf on Tuesday afternoon. Dave Rich led the boys with four top-three finishes, including two wins, and Tyler Perry and Tyler Sweenor each added wins for Whitehall. Rich won the 110-meter hurdles […]

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Girls soccer tops Bolton

The Railroaders soccer team continues to show steady improvement. A week after defeating Hadley Luzerne and tying Salem in overtime, Whitehall defeated Bolton 2-1 on Sept. 27. Caitlyn Sanford provided the offensive firepower for Whitehall recording the game winning goal and assisting on another. Sanford broke open a 1-1 game during the second half as […]

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Bartholomew upset at use of village machine

By Derek Liebig The use of village resources took center stage during Tuesday’s Village Board meeting. Village trustee Ken Bartholomew took issue with Mayor Peter Telisky’s use of village machinery to assist with sandbaging efforts around The Line Townhouse Apartments on Lower Main Street. On Monday afternoon, Telisky authorized village employees to use a “Bobcat” […]

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Village Board Oks budget

By Derek Liebig Village taxes are expected to increase slightly after the Whitehall Village Board adopted the 2011-12 budget during a brief meeting Tuesday afternoon. The board recommended the hike in taxes to help offset a decrease in revenue generated by assessments. The budget calls for a tax levy (the amount of money generated by […]

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Rathbun enters mayoral race

The race for mayor of the village of Whitehall will be a three-way affair. Former Granville resident Bill Rathbun, the former owner of Rathbun’s Maple Sugar House, has filed papers to be listed on the independent line in the March 15 election. He joins Republican Ken Bartholomew, who is currently a village trustee, and Democrat […]

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Police school plan moves forward

By Bill Toscano Whitehall Police Chief Matthew Dickinson said this week that he hopes to be able to open a police training session at Whitehall Central School in April. “We’re going to push it for April,” said Dickinson, who noted he still needs final approval from the Department of Criminal Justice and the Whitehall Village […]

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Car Show in Granville Sunday

Autumn Leaves Car Show 2016

By Krystle S. Morey The 31st annual Autumn Leaves Car Show, hosted by the Granville Area Chamber of Commerce, is […]

Whitehall homecoming this weekend

Whitehall homecoming 2016 parade

  By Matthew Saari The annual homecoming dance is scheduled for this Saturday and students at Whitehall High School have […]

Whitehall to face Cambridge Saturday

Whitehall Football 2017

  By Matthew Saari Whitehall’s football team may boast an undefeated record for the season but the Railroaders’ mettle is […]

‘Shine on Shelby’ drive continues

Shelby McEachron

By Krystle S. Morey Following the unexpected death of a local woman, the community has poured out in support of […]

Restaurant coming to West Main Street

The former Edwards Liquor Warehouse, which will soon become the West Main Street Grill, got receives a new coat of paint.

By Krystle S. Morey “When we go out to dinner, we leave the town. It kind of defeats the purpose […]

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Weekender – 09/15/17

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Champlain Beef seeking to buy McDonald’s site

The former McDonald's location on Broadway has stood vacant since August 2015.

By Matthew Saari After standing vacant for more than two years, the site that formerly housed a McDonald’s fast-food shop […]

Bridge work closes road

Lower Turnpike Bridge

By Krystle S. Morey A portion of Lower Turnpike in North Granville has been closed to perform minor structural work […]

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