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Granville’s top stories from 2015

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As we look back on the big stories of 2015 in Granville, many of them are about what’s to come. When is Scotties’ going to re-open? How will Granville do in the Adirondack League? What’s going to happen to the Hook and Ladder Co.? How will it work having one police chief split between two […]

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My ode to the Egg McScottie

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Editor, Sentinel, I walk in the door, grab the most recent issue of the Sentinel, and greet John at the counter – Mornin’ Mark! I pass the aisle of greeting cards, gifts and whatever, because that’s not what I’m there for. I then, almost invariably, pass the table of older women – six or eight […]

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Scottie’s closing doors ‘for good’

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By Christina Scanlon There was no sign on the locked doors Tuesday morning, but everyone in town was already spreading the news. Scotties’, a popular gathering place on Granville’s Main Street, is closed. For good. Lisa Chapman, who has worked at the restaurant for three years, said she received her call from owner Tom Scott […]

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The “Senior Supervisors”

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By Jaime Thomas Everybody’s seen them. Drive by Scotties’ on any given summer day and they’re sitting out front, chewing the fat. Stop in for lunch in the cold weather and they’re gathered, ribbing each other and watching the goings-on. Among themselves they’re the “sidewalk supervisors,” the “senior debate team” or “just the guys I […]

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Theresa Pauquette, 84

GRANVILLE – Theresa Pauquette passed away on Thursday, May 31, 2012, in Glens Falls Hospital. Theresa was born on April 28, 1928, in Hampton, N.Y., the daughter of the late Ludrick and Florence (Romanofski) Zovistaski Theresa was a loving wife and mother. Her family meant the world to her. She was very conscious about keeping […]

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Sentinel exclusive: Eyewitness talks of robbery scene

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“I’ve had enough bank robberies to last a lifetime.” Molly Celani     Little did anyone expect to see the Granville Main Street TD Bank get robbed for a second time in less than a week, certainly not one of the customers conducting business at the counter Saturday morning. Molly Celani said she was at […]

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Time to Play Ball!

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Little League Weekend activities     The more things change, the more they stay the same.  So in a year when the Little League is undergoing a major transformation to set it up for the years to come, play, and all other Little League functions will continue as they have for nearly 60 years. Granville […]

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Bands to Battle

Rock and Roll most of the night and par-tay with the FFA Saturday night.

Granville FFA Battle of the Bands: The Horde Strikes Back Alissa Dunavan Granville FFA Reporter

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Neil Hulett, Aviator, Aircraft Engineer, Civic Leader Remembered

There will be an empty stool at Scotties during lunchtime and a familiar old sky blue Ford missing from the Middle Granville Road.    (more…)

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Finch and Chubb ‘under contract’

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By Dan King The Finch and Chubb Restaurant and Inn will soon be sold. A year ago, former owner Bill […]

Village of Granville overrides tax cap

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By Dan King If you live in the village of Granville, your taxes will go up this year – the […]

Driver from rollover still hospitalized

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The driver of a log truck that rolled over on Route 4 last Thursday is still in the hospital at […]

Area schools not fiscally stressed

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By Dan King There’s no need to stress, fiscally that is. State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli released the 2015 fiscal stress […]

Lively trivia night in Granville

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By Linda Ellingsworth Whether it was divine intervention or just plain superlative knowledge, the Looking Upward team trounced all other […]

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