Tag Archives: Village Justice

Preliminary hearing for arsonist, district attorney to push murder charge

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By Jaime Thomas Stephen Gyarmathy did not intend to burn the building at 44 Mettowee St. when he poured gasoline on the stairwell and set it alight. At least that’s what he said in a written statement taken by state police hours after the deed was done. On Thursday, Gyarmathy had a preliminary hearing in […]

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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 […]

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Whitehall Elks announce essay contest winners

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America’s most recognizable and patriotic song was the topic of the Whitehall Elks’ American Essay contest. Fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth grade students from Whitehall and Fair Haven were asked to answer the question, “What the National Anthem Means to Me,” all in 250 words or less. “It was quite a history lesson to read […]

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Three to vie for village trustee

There won’t be many, if any, changes to the village’s power structure this spring. The Republican and Democratic parties of Whitehall held their caucuses Saturday and there was only one candidate who stepped forward to challenge the incumbents. Republican Donna Filomio will be the only fresh face in this year’s election. She will run against […]

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Village caucuses Saturday

  The Republican and Democratic parties of Whitehall will choose candidates Saturday for the upcoming village elections in March. The Republicans will conduct a caucus to determine candidates for the March 19 village elections from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 26, at the Whitehall Municipal Center. Any registered Republican in the village of Whitehall […]

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Local Justice

Forty years ago, a minor traffic violation would have cost someone between $10 and $50. Today, the surcharge alone will range from $55 to $400, depending on the offense. Despite popular belief, local judges do not decide what these fees will be. “We have no control over it; the state adds surcharges on everything,” Granville […]

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Friends recall Geezer’s wit, public service

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When Julie Eagan became exalted ruler of Elks Lodge 1491 she received plenty of well-wishes but it was the gesture of her friend and colleague, Richard “Geezer” Gordon that she’ll never forget. A lifetime member of the Elks and the son of a former exalted ruler, Gordon, who died last Thursday, gave Eagan his father’s […]

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Charges against Banks to be dropped

The Warren County District Attorney’s office will seek the dismissal of a driving while intoxicated charge against Dresden Supervisor Robert Banks after a second blood alcohol test showed that he had no alcohol or drugs in his system when he crashed a car into a home late last year. Banks was charged with misdemeanor DWI […]

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Wesley Ashline, 83

On Saturday, August 27, 20111 at noontime, Wesley Allan Ashline, 83, left this world and into the arms of his Lord and his beloved Dee-Dee. Born in Whitehall on October 9, 1928, he was the son of the late Felix J. Ashline, Sr. and Clara LaFlower Ashline. Wesley was united in marriage to Edith Staley […]

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Canidates set for vote

In Whitehall, there is no one named “unopposed” on the ballot. In every race for the 2009 General Election on Tuesday, Nov. 3, every seat up for grabs in the town of Whitehall has at least two people running for the position, starting at the top administrator’s job.       (more…)

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North Granville Water Survey vital

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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

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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

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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

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

Girl Scouts visit newsroom

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

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