Tag Archives: Seven Years

Village hires four new police officers

By Jaime Thomas After a long search and an ongoing pool of applicants, the Granville Police Department hired four new part-time officers between this month and last. One officer was hired in August, and on Monday the village board approved the hiring of three more. The four men, Edward Ashley, Scott Alkinburgh, Jason Vadenburgh and […]

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Scholarships available for War College

Fort Ticonderoga is giving away four scholarships to middle and high school teachers to attend the 18th annual War College of the Seven Years’ War. This annual seminar focuses on the French & Indian War in North America and brings together a panel of distinguished historians. The War College takes place in the Deborah Clarke […]

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200,000 gallons of water spilled in North Granville

By Bill Toscano Town crews responded quickly to a water main break early on the morning on Sept. 13, but highway superintendent John Tanner said he estimates 200,000 gallons were lost. It was the second major leak at that site in seven years. Tanner said the leak started when a gasket between two pipes slipped. […]

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Work to start on Town Hall

Construction of Hampton’s Town Hall should begin within the next month, officials said during last Wednesday’s monthly board meeting. A 30-day permissive referendum during which residents could voice objections to the plan ended Friday and Supervisor Dave O’Brien met with contractors on Monday evening to sign and finalize contracts. He said work on the new […]

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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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Hampton to review bids on town hall

  The Hampton Town Board has established a committee to review bids for a new town hall and will decide how to proceed by the end of the month. The committee has been charged with comparing the bids, determining if they meet the requirements put forth by the town based on preliminary drawings of a […]

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Hampton considers new town building: Structure to be built if price is right

  If the price is right, Hampton will have its new town hall. The town board approved a resolution during last Wednesday’s monthly meeting to seek bids for the construction of a new town hall, and if the cost of the project adheres to the town’s budget, work could begin as early as this fall. […]

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Assault trial to begin for Elmy

The trial of a Whitehall marina owner accused of drugging and injuring his wife is set to begin next Monday. Robert A. Elmy will stand trial beginning on Monday, April 30. He faces two counts of second-degree assault, first-degree unlawful imprisonment, and first degree coercion, all felonies. Elmy, 63, is accused of beating his wife, […]

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Lights Week returns

Seven Years of Lights Tradition continues under the lights   The tradition Granville athletes look forward to almost as much as homecoming returns for its seventh year from Sept. 19 – 23 – it’s time for Lights Week.  Lights Week returns to Granville for the seventh time with games on four nights with a schedule […]

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Rick’s Ride for 2011 – Year Seven

The seventh annual Rick’s Ride is set to roll out of Granville with a roar on August 30. After years of organizing the annual motorcycle ride to raise funds for the American Heart Association and local charities, LuAnn Vogel-Stanley said the event comes together smoothly. “We’re like a well-oiled machine now; everybody has their things […]

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Radio controlled air show coming to Fair Haven

The Rutland County RC Flyers will be hosting its annual ‘Fun Fly’ at the Fair Haven Municipal Airport on Saturday, […]

Rec Center busy in June

If the month of June is any indicator, it appears that the Whitehall Recreation Center is in store for a […]

Officials advocate for lower speed limits

By Dan King Currently, in Whitehall any road that does not have a marked speed limit maintains the state limit […]

Scribner named code enforcement officer

By Dan King After weeks of speculation about the position of code enforcement officer in Whitehall, the expected letter of […]

Postal Service to Huletts Landing office hours

By Dan King In the fall of 2012 the United States Postal Service began a two-year nationwide process of notifying […]

Dresden to host townwide sale

The Town of Dresden will be hosting its first-ever town-wide yard sale this weekend. The inaugural yard sale will take […]

Board declines to reappoint Culligan as football coach

By Dan King The Whitehall High School football team has qualified for sectionals for the last four years, including three […]