Tag Archives: Trail Bridge

Bridges closed for Irene

Bridges closed     With rising flood waters caused by Tropical Storm Irene Sunday night, local officials ordered closed a number of bridges across the village of Granville some of which remained closed into Monday morning. Sunday night, as flood waters surged towards the top of the Church Street Bridge near the Mettowee River Park […]

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Irene wreaks havok

Tropical storm Irene pounded Granville Sunday night dropping more than six inches of rain in a 24-hour period causing major flooding in the village and forcing 25 families from their homes, causing a number of close calls and severely damaging several area businesses. Residents of Factory and Depot streets and Rathbun Avenue were told they […]

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Rail Trail will get deck

The Rail Trail will have a platform overlooking the Mettowee River– that is if the weather decides to cooperate, village officials said. Regular Rail Trail users might have noticed some pressure-treated planking set up along the area where the rail trail bridge came to rest before it was put in place, just off of the […]

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Rail Trail is on track

Bridge work begins, span expected this month Soon a way will exist to cross the Mettowee River without taking the Church Street Bridge. As the June opening date approaches, village officials said, all indications show the Rail Trail Bridge will go into place later this month as planned. “I think the excitement will be there […]

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Local Officals eye rail trail bridge by Christmas

Bridge project red tape breaks loose Granville officials say they now hope to have a Rail Trail Bridge in place before Christmas after final contract approvals recently came from New York state.   (more…)

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Weekender – 05/01/15

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Northshire Freepress – 05/01/15

Lakes Region Senior Times 05/15

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Classifieds 04/29/14

Common Core, not so common

Opt Out signs

By Dan King and Derek Liebig A growing number of area parents are choosing to have their children opt out […]

Whitehall/Fort Ann merger in jeopardy?

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By Dan King Members of the Whitehall Board of Education aren’t sure if they want to continue the district’s merger […]

Granville in the Civil War

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By Col. Edward “Ned” Fish, Sr. (U.S. Army, Retired) In the coming months of 2015, the four-year-long series of events […]

Cameras considered for park vandalism

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By Dan King Whitehall officials are concerned about a perceived rise in vandalism at both the town and village parks. […]

Baseball team has uneven week

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By Joshua Bassett Granville’s baseball team had two close games in Wasaren League action this week, winning their first game […]

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