Tag Archives: Village Courts

Bartholomew to run for town justice

Ken Bartholomew

Village trustee Ken Bartholomew has thrown his hat into the ring for town justice. Bartholomew is one of two candidates to receive the Republican endorsement for this fall’s town wide elections. He and Republican incumbent Tom Nichols will vie for two open seats on the bench and form what is a full slate for the […]

Read More

Town, village work to determine if court move is cost effective

Local officials are exploring cost cutting measures they hope will allow them to proceed with the relocation of the town and village courts. Both the village Board of Trustees and the Town Board have made moving the courts from their location above the village offices on Saunders Street to the Whitehall Municipal Center a top […]

Read More

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 […]

Read More

Move to firehouse starts to take shape

Town tour firehouse 002

              Town officials took some time last week to tour their future home as they begin to lay the groundwork for their eventual move from the Canal Corp. Visitors Center to the former Skenesborough Volunteer Fire House. The tour served as a sort of brainstorming session as officials try […]

Read More

Town considering Skenesborough Fire House

The long search for a town hall may be coming to an end. After flirting with the Armory and more recently, the former Garden Time building just outside the village on Route 4, the town is once again considering a move to the Skenesborough Volunteer Fire Company building. “I have every intention of moving to […]

Read More

Meeting held over future of the armory

The sign out front says the National Guard has moved out.   So would the town and village be the best choice to move in?   Members of the community met with a representative from U.S. Rep. Scott Murphy’s office on Nov. 18 to discuss the future of the Whitehall Armory.       (more…)

Read More

North Granville Water Survey vital

NGWater1

By Krystle S. Morey The aging North Granville Water District’s infrastructure is crumbling, and town officials stressed last week that […]

Presentation aims to combat cyber bullying

Cyber Bullying

By Dan King In a world that is always plugged in through social media, it becomes more important to be […]

Canal opens four days early; town hopes for economic boon

Canal Open

By Dan King One of Whitehall’s most prominent summer industries opened earlier than expected. The Champlain Canal opened for the […]

No chickens in the village

Chickens

By Krystle S. Morey No chickens allowed. After more than 20 residents turned out at the Granville Village Board meeting […]

Girl Scouts visit newsroom

GirlScouts6

By Krystle S. Morey Nearly half a dozen Girl Scouts visited the Granville Sentinel Thursday. As part of the journey […]

Meet The Candidate Night Video

Weekender – 04/29/16

Lakes Region Freepress – 04/29/16

Lakes Classifieds – 04/29/16

Northshire Freepress – 04/29/16

North Country Freepress – 04/27/16

Classifieds 04/27/16

oter(); ?>