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Poultney Street garage back on tax rolls

The garage at 45 Poultney St. in Whitehall

By Matthew Saari After more than 10 years of being tax exempt, the garage at 45 Poultney St. in Whitehall will be added back on the tax rolls. The events leading up to the decision by Washington County was wholly unexpected and more than a little bizarre. The Washington County Board of Supervisors unanimously passed […]

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Sasquatch calling festival Saturday

A popular part of Whitehall's Sasquatch Festival is the Sasquatch Calling Contest.

By Matthew Saari Area hunters may be familiar with duck calls, turkey calls and geese calls; heck, they may have even used a moose, elk or wild pig call in their day. Well, they better prep their best Sasquatch Call for this Saturday. The second annual Sasquatch Calling Festival is set to kick off at […]

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Local churches to bless pets

Father Joe Arockiasamy has blessed local animals at St. Mary’s for the past seven years.

By Krystle S. Morey Local churches, this weekend and next, will host ceremonies to bless animals. Each year, millions of pets are blessed by priests to celebrate the feast day (Oct. 4) of Saint Francis of Assisi, patron saint of animals and the environment. St. Francis reportedly loved all of God’s creatures, treating them with […]

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Car Show in Granville Sunday

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By Krystle S. Morey The 31st annual Autumn Leaves Car Show, hosted by the Granville Area Chamber of Commerce, is this Sunday. Each year the show draws hundreds of classic and custom car enthusiasts to the Granville Little League Complex on Glen Street in the village. More than 700 people attended last year. “They come […]

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Whitehall homecoming this weekend

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  By Matthew Saari The annual homecoming dance is scheduled for this Saturday and students at Whitehall High School have been showing their school spirit all week long. All week the students have been getting in the spirit, dressing in all manner of flamboyant dress and painting their faces. “The kids are super excited all […]

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Whitehall to face Cambridge Saturday

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  By Matthew Saari Whitehall’s football team may boast an undefeated record for the season but the Railroaders’ mettle is going to be put the test on Saturday. The Railroaders are scheduled to square off against the defending New York state Class D champions, the Cambridge Indians, for a 1 p.m. kickoff. On top of […]

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Champlain Beef seeking to buy McDonald’s site

The former McDonald's location on Broadway has stood vacant since August 2015.

By Matthew Saari After standing vacant for more than two years, the site that formerly housed a McDonald’s fast-food shop on Broadway may have a new owner. Rumors circulated recently that Josh Cuomo, general manager of Champlain Beef Co., purchased the Broadway property. “I bid on it and I won it,” Cuomo confirmed – but […]

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Dresden man sets sights on rattlesnakes

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By Matthew Saari The Dresden Town Board meeting Monday night proved uneventful at best, with officials cranking through the agenda in under 10 minutes. However, when supervisor George Gang opened the session to public comments, animal control officer George Ferguson said one word that sparked some debate – rattlesnakes. “Why can’t we have a law […]

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Guild supports local health centers

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By Matthew Saari What is a guild? When someone mentions the term, it conjures images of medieval or early-modern craftsmen and artisans in Europe, fulfilling similar roles to what labor unions do today. Although the era of guilds has come and gone, one guild continues to play an important part in local life. The Whitehall […]

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Putorti’s Market turns 90

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By Matthew Saari It’s a name that requires no introduction to anyone who lives in Whitehall. It’s not so much a business or small-town market as it is an institution – a keystone of the foundation of Whitehall’s identity. It is Putorti’s Market on Broadway. In a few days Putorti’s will be celebrating its 90th […]

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Railroaders roll over Horde, 55-12

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By Matthew Saari An age-old rivalry was revived Friday night when the Whitehall football team traveled to neighboring Granville for […]

Hampton native, wife travel world

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By Matthew Saari When the Whitehall Times last spoke with Hampton native Ethan Atwood, a Whitehall High School graduate, he […]

McEachron ‘made the world a better place’

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By Keith Harrington Before Wednesday night’s game against Warrensburg under the lights, the scoreboard at Granville’s field hockey field was […]

Brooks resigns from fire company

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By Matthew Saari The Whitehall Volunteer Fire Company may have just lost their president. Mayor Phil Smith opened Tuesday’s village […]

Scott trial begins Dec. 19; Defense motions for charge to be thrown out

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By Krystle S. Morey A trial date of Dec. 19 has been set for former Granville mayor Thomas Scott to […]

Weekender – 10/13/17

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Lakes Region Freepress – 10/13/17

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North Country Freepress – 10/13/17

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Northshire Freepress – 10/13/17

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518 Wheels – 10/13/17

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Granville-Whitehall face off Friday night

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By Keith Harrington An event that was once billed as “one of New York’s longest-running high school football rivalries” will […]

Act 46: Pawlet-Rupert merger committee votes for choice

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By Krystle S. Morey The seven-member committee tasked with merging Pawlet and Rupert school districts under Vermont’s Act 46 voted […]

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