Former Granville resident Michelle Yauger will return in mid-October, and she will be bringing an important piece of Granville history with her. The town has always been proud of its veterans, especially the 32 Granville men who died in World War II. The Main Street clock stands in memory of the town’s veterans, and the […]
By Derek Liebig If you have garbage, junked cars or excessively long grass on your property, consider this your warning. The village plans to force property owners to clean up their parcels as part of an effort to improve the community. Those who don’t comply could face legal action. “We can’t have this stuff in […]
A 57-year-old Troy man faces multiple charges including driving while intoxicated following a single car crash in North Granville Wednesday afternoon, May 25. David E. Cooney’s blue Saturn station wagon failed to follow Upper Turnpike as it curves out to the west to meet Route 22 near D & K Automotive and drove over an […]
Jack Forgacs of the American Legion Posts 323 reads the names of those killed in World War II for whom the Memorial Lane trees were planted adjacent the football field.
Tree, the holidays and other things I did decide to put up a tree – totally worth it; there’s just something nice about sitting around near the lights of a Christmas tree. When I heard about the thing Schoony was doing with the trees that cemented it for me, the price was right and it […]
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 […]