Tag Archives: Washington County Sheriff

Escaped sex offender caught

Offender apprehended  A registered level three sex offender who allegedly escaped from Glens Falls Hospital while receiving treatment following his arrest is behind bars following his capture Sunday in Fort Ann by Washington County Sheriff’s Department deputies with an assist from Granville Village Police. (more…)

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Five injured after Mettowee River crash

All injured in scary crash A 14-year-old girl is being credited with saving the life of a fellow passenger after a crash Saturday evening on Route 22 that saw the vehicle they were riding in come to rest upside-down in the Mettowee River, pinning one of the occupants in the water. (more…)

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Busted

Police bust underage drinkers in town An anonymous tip led to numerous arrests following the break-up of an underage drinking party in the Town of Granville Friday night, police said. (more…)

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Keeping TraCS of Granville wrongdoers

New in-car computer system a useful tool and a timesaver for village PD  (more…)

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No quiet night

  Village PD reports anything but ‘Silent Night’ on the New Year Although it was the holiday season, New Year’s Eve was anything but a silent night in the village, police said. (more…)

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Residents voice opinions, offer suggestions for 2009 county budget

Discussion of the tentative 2009 Washington County budget became heated Nov. 12 as some Granville residents questioned a supervisor’s intensions towards the sheriff’s patrol. (more…)

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State auditor called in – again

The town of Whitehall has a new highway superintendent, and will look into the actions of the former.     (more…)

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County budget under fire

Sheriff warns night patrol will be casualty of budget cuts In a Friday morning fax from the Washington County Sheriff’s Department, Sheriff Roger Leclaire warned that the cuts he was being told to make to his budget would force the elimination of the nighttime road patrol in the county beginning in 2009.  (more…)

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Scribner: state audit of highway likely

Brian Rozell’s response to the Whitehall town board was quick. He resigned. Rozell, the now former highway superintendent who is at the center of an investigation into the use of fuel oil at the town highway garage, sent in his letter of resignation to the board on Oct. 31. (more…)

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Putorti talks to board

Robert Putorti made sure he had his chance to clear the air. Putorti, who was named in the Washington County Sheriff Department’s report on possible misuse of gasoline at the Whitehall town garage, read a letter to the members of the town board on Tuesday stating when he used the fuel and under whose directions. […]

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Granville to pursue $30K Rail Trail planning grant

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By Krystle S. Morey The Granville Town Board voted unanimously at its meeting last Thursday to be the lead agency […]

Armstrong won’t leave GOP

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By Dan King Whitehall Supervisor George Armstrong is no fan of Donald Trump, but he no longer plans to leave […]

Whitehall to host All-Class Reunion

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By Dan King Organizers are hoping it will be the event of the summer. The Whitehall High School All-Class Reunion […]

Pember Library sign vandalized

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By Krystle S. Morey A sign outside the Pember Library and Museum was vandalized this past weekend. Letters were swapped […]

‘Pokemon Go’ app takes village by storm

The Veterans Memorial Park is just one of several Pokestops in the village of Granville where players of the new ‘Pokemon Go’ mobile app can go to earn points and gather props to advance in the game.

By Krystle S. Morey Pokemon are running rampant around town – and so are Pokemon hunters. David McFarren, of Whitehall, […]

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Granville school board rescinds Torres appointment

Only three board members showed up to last week's meeting, which is not enough to hold a meeting.

By Krystle S. Morey Granville school officials said Monday night that the school does not have a varsity football coach. […]

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