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Whitehall legend Foote inducted into hall of fame

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By Dan King Gordon Foote was a legend in the Whitehall football program. Voters decided last week to enshrine that legend in the annals of Whitehall athletics forever. Coach Foote was the only candidate for the Whitehall Athletics Hall of Fame to receive enough votes for induction this year. Former Whitehall coach John Millett, whom […]

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Beast of Whitehall to air April 2

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By Dan King April 2 will be your chance to witness The Beast of Whitehall. The Arts and Recreation Commission of Whitehall in conjunction with the documentary filmmakers at Small Town Monsters has planned a free day dedicated to the elusive Sasquatch, which will be held at the Whitehall Athletic Club on that day. The […]

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Granville could face fiscal stress, not the case in Whitehall

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By Dan King Granville is knocking on the door of fiscal stress, according to state data. State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli released village fiscal stress scores last week, and although the village of Granville is not currently fiscally stressed, the comptroller predicted that by fiscal year 2016 – beginning in June – the village of Granville […]

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Cook Street closing doors

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By Dan King The sign on the door reads “any concerns regards to Cook Street Station call David and Shelly,” but what that means is Whitehall has lost another business. Cook Street Station closed its doors last week, less than a year after Dave and Shelly Carpenter purchased the property from former owners Dave and […]

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Speed limit reduction approved

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By Dan King Watch your speed – that’s what the state Department of Transportation is saying to some drivers in Whitehall. DOT informed the Whitehall Town Board last week that it has approved speed limit reductions on three roads in the town of Whitehall – Beckett Road, Hatch Hill Road and Upper Turnpike Road. The […]

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Winterfest goers take the plunge

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By Dan King It took a special kind of brave (or perhaps crazy) to participate in the Penguin Plunge at the Whitehall Winterfest Saturday. Frigid temperatures, blustery wind and freezing waters were enough to turn the most hardened winter fanatic into a human icicle. Still, that didn’t stop 15 people from trotting in for an […]

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Finch and Chubb becoming apartments

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By Dan King The Whitehall building formerly known as the Finch and Chubb will no longer be a restaurant. Bill Brina of Dagon Enterprises told the Times last week that he has sold the property to a buyer who will convert the former restaurant and marina into a residence and apartments. “Dagon Enterprises has sold […]

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Local highway budgets continue to benefit

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By Dan King At this point last year, Sasquatch was up to his knees in snow and town highway budgets were being hit with overtime expenses and salt and sand expenses – this year it’s the exact opposite. Even with some snow over the last week, the total impact of the weather on highway budgets […]

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McDonald’s ‘not reopening’

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By Dan King When McDonald’s in Whitehall closed last August, representatives said it would be “temporary” – but that’s no longer the case. The business will not be reopening at its Route 4 location McDonald’s corporate officials confirmed last week. “McDonald’s will not be re-opening the restaurant that had been located on Route 4 in […]

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Weather excited Winterfest fever

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By Dan King This week has actually felt like winter, and that’s good news for organizers of the Whitehall Winterfest. At 10 a.m. on Saturday, Mayor Ken Bartholomew and Supervisor George Armstrong will give opening remarks, Rev. Jim Peterson will lead a blessing and Bill Jones will sing “God Bless America.” Following that, the event […]

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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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