By Jaime Thomas If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. Yet people, old and young alike, continue to fall for scams that promise an enticing prize – for a small price. Such is the case of a young Granville veteran in his late 20s who recently fell prey to a fast, [...]
Lace up those walking shoes, the Fair Haven area CROP Walk is this weekend. The 12th annual event, which raises money to combat hunger in the Lakes Region and beyond, will be held on Sunday, Sept. 30. Around 200 people are expected to participate. “The CROP Walk benefits local food shelves in Fair Haven, Castleton [...]
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 [...]
The renovation of the Whitehall High School auditorium remains on target and is expected to be ready for graduation, according to school officials. “Right now the plan is for graduation to be held in the auditorium,” said James Watson, district superintendent. “There probably will not be any carpeting, but we’re confident we’ll be adequately equipped [...]
The Whitehall Board of Education may have fewer members later this spring after only one candidate filled out a petition to run for one of three open seats during next month’s election. James Brooks of Lafayette Street was the only candidate to turn in a petition by Monday’s deadline and barring the unforeseen, will become [...]
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The School Board made adjustments in the proposed 2011-2012 budget Monday night, lowering the potential tax-rate impact, but the final decisions will be held off until a meeting scheduled for April 11. “We need to wait to find out a few more details, especially whether the state is going to put any funding back and [...]
Main Street scuffle leads to arrest A Potter Avenue man faces two misdemeanor charges following a fight with police outside a Main Street bar in the early morning hours of Sunday.