Tag Archives: State Department

Supervisor upset with grant denial

Town officials learned last week that their bid for a $400,000 grant was denied and that decision didn’t sit well with one local official. “It’s hard to believe that when you talk about bringing five entities into one building that it wouldn’t warrant some consideration,” said supervisor George Armstrong. “We never expected full value but […]

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Village OKs sewer work

Sewer work

The village board approved the expenditure of $51,000 to address a problem in the village’s troubled sewer system during a special meeting on Friday afternoon. The money will be used to drill a hole horizontally and install nearly 250 feet of new sewer pipe near the corner of Williams and Saunders Streets. While installing sewer […]

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Bear struck by car on Broadway

A young bear was struck by a car near on Broadway Thursday night. The bear was struck near the intersection of Fourth Avenue just after 8 p.m., police said. The driver of the vehicle was not injured. After it was struck, the bear, which police estimated at around 60 pounds, ran onto the porch on […]

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Origins of spill still unknown

Crews are still trying to determine the source of petroleum leaking into the canal. Officials had expected to make some headway earlier this week, but heavy rainfall over the weekend and on Monday and Tuesday made locating the leak more difficult. National Vacuum Emergency Response Spill Control was expected to resume its search yesterday. The […]

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Village sticks with sewer system

By Derek Liebig The Village Board voted unanimously Tuesday to stick with its gravity-fed sewer system instead of switching to a grinder pump system.  The decision came after the village board, officials from the state Department of Environmental Conservation, the Environmental Facilities Corporation and representatives from Water Resource Technology met Tuesday afternoon during a special […]

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Nancy M. Polk, 88

Nancy Mary Polk passed away Friday July 23, 2010, at the age of 88. She was born in Whitehall, on April 17, 1922, to Antonio and Maria Mormino. Nancy graduated from Whitehall High School and was in college at Alfred University when World War II started. She then took a job in Washington, D.C., in […]

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Village, DEC working together

  Mayor Francis “Fra” Putorti says the village is comfortable with its current relationship with the state Department of Environmental Conservation. (more…)

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Town proposes solar moratorium

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By Dan King Whitehall town officials want to figure out some rules and regulations before allowing new solar projects to […]

Area communities plan Memorial Day services

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By Dan King and Krystle S. Morey Memorial Day will be the focus throughout the area this weekend. Various towns […]

Local towns take different approaches to animal control

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By Dan King and Krystle S. Morey Dogs, and cows, and horses – oh my. Loose animals are a concern […]

Stanley, Van Gelder top Class of 2016

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Valedictorian to study at Georgetown  Three years ago, Granville business teacher Terry Wheeler approached Brooke Stanley and asked her to […]

‘The Quarry’ opening soon

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By Krystle S. Morey Interior walls and the well-known wooden storefront of O’Callahan’s Irish Pub are coming down as owners […]

Lakes Region Freepress – 05/20/16

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