Tag Archives: Signs

Officials weigh in on bridge violations


A weight limit is a weight limit, and officials are enforcing the one posted for the recently rebuilt Lower Turnpike Bridge in North Granville. This past weekend, Town Constable Ray Boyea, along with state police and sheriffs were checking vehicles to make sure nothing overweight is going over the bridge. “It’s a concern because if […]

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Local maple producers optimistic as sap starts to flow

Jeff Cornell taps a tree earlier this week at his farm in Hartford.

Take a walk through the woods of Jeff Cornell’s Holley Hill Farm and you’ll see the signs: Miles and miles of green plastic tubes strung together between hundreds of trees. The sap has begun to run, ushering in the start of this year’s maple syrup season. Over the last few weekends, Cornell, his wife Linda, […]

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Sad Day. Local man, Jordan aide jailed

A local man with a bright future in politics now faces uncertainty and possible prison time after being charged with at least one felony following his arrest Nov. 22 in Granville for attempting to pass off a forged prescription for painkillers. Christopher R. Bernstein, 28, of Granville, an aide to Assemblyman Tony Jordan, was charged […]

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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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Work under way at water treatment plant

Although the water treatment plant project will not finish until the end of the year, residents have been able to see clear signs of progress on the project in recent days. Work on the $4 million state-mandated project will continue throughout the summer and into the fall before wrapping up in December. Officials from Lamont […]

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Kirtland Street issues discussed

The Whitehall Village Board revisited Kirtland Street at its Nov. 15 meeting, again looking for a way to resolve a concern. This time, it was over the fact that the speed limit was too slow. Under New York State Law, municipalities can only lower a speed limit to 25 mph on their roadways, unless the […]

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S.A.D.D Signs

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Lawn signs have it rough

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Scent of a spirit recalled

Former resident recounts encounters The scent of lavender and a gentle touch on the shoulder are hardly the stuff of Amityville-type Halloween hauntings, but one woman said those were the signs she came to know of an otherworldly presence when she owned a home in North Granville.  (more…)

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Classifieds 09/30/15

Putortis discuss LGBTQ issues in the Church


By Dan King Being gay in the Catholic Church is not an easy thing. With Pope Francis making his first-ever […]

Karas leaves


By Dan King Whitehall Central School business manager Joe Karas has left the district, leaving Gregg Chappell, director of special […]

Dry summer takes toll on area water supplies


By Dan King and Christina Scanlon A record-dry summer has taken its toll throughout the country, and Northern Washington County is […]

New Schoony’s owners look to return to general store roots


By Christina Scanlon A 1911 photo of what is today Schoonys Country Store shows a long two-story building with expanded […]

First Friday to be frighteningly good

By Christina Scanlon The rescheduling of First Friday events at the Pember Library and Museum and the Slate Valley Museum […]

A ‘really great student’ sets her sights on goal

By Christina Scanlon Lidia Medrano-Garcia had almost forgotten about a form she’d filled out at the end of her junior […]

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