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All Saints Hall has been sold

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By Krystle S. Morey All Saints Hall on Morrison Avenue in Granville has been sold. The former Polish place of worship, built in 1950, will be the new home of the Granville Area Food Pantry and Community Service. “We are just thrilled,” said Syndy Anoe, food pantry director. The food pantry for several decades has […]

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Church cuts ties with scouts

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By Krystle S. Morey Citing new bylaws adopted by the national Boy Scouts of America organization, including the allowance of homosexual scouts and leaders and female members, the Granville Baptist Church has cut ties with the local cub scouts. “We felt, as a bible-believing church, we just could not be supporting that in an official […]

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Whitehall rallies, saves Toys for Tots

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By Matthew Saari In the face of obstacles caused by corporate America, nearly every organization in Whitehall is coming together this holiday season to ensure that less fortunate children have a Merry Christmas. Members of the Whitehall Police Department, Whitehall Volunteer Fire Company and Whitehall Elks Lodge 1491, along with Good Samaritans from the community, […]

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State data reveals Whitehall struggles with mathematics

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By Matthew Saari Recent state test data reveals Whitehall students are having a tough time comprehending mathematic principles. High school principal Jeff Keller delivered a presentation to the Whitehall Board of Education last Monday, reviewing the results of the state’s English Language Arts and math tests. “Math for us is a weak area,” Keller said. […]

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Tree-lighting, parade, festivals on tap in Granville

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By Krystle S. Morey Each year at this time, Granville is overtaken with holiday cheer. Its village streets, parks, bridges and light posts are decorated with garland lights and more, transforming the village into a winter wonderland. The holiday fun kicks off on the First Friday in December each year. This year’s event, on Dec. […]

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Santa Claus is coming to town

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Santa Claus is coming to town He’s making a list and he’s checking it twice and he’s going to find out who’s been naughty or nice. Yes, Santa Clause will be coming to a town near you. So, get those cameras and lists ready because here are all of the places you can meet Father […]

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Dresden budget approved after heated hearing

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By Matthew Saari Dresden’s 2019 budget was approved 3-0 on Saturday but only after a very heated public hearing and 20-minute recess. Supervisor Paul Ferguson opened the hearing by providing a summary of the proposed budget. The total budget stood at $1,179,915 including a tax levy of $821,472. This represented a 3.61 percent increase over […]

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Hunters feed less fortunate

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By Matthew Saari On Thursday, Nov. 8 the Whitehall Times and Granville Sentinel published a post on Facebook, requesting local hunters submit their game photos. The response was not what was expected. Wrote Zachery Kibling: “Hunting is not supposed to be this happy go lucky sport that anyone can join, hunting is supposed to be […]

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Habitat build draws interest, volunteers

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By Krystle S. Morey Since Habitat for Humanity announced it would erect a home on a vacant lot on Potter Avenue in Granville, the project has gained traction with sponsors and prospective volunteers. Interest in the build is flourishing, even five months before construction is set to start. About 50 people attended a Community Outreach […]

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Secure vehicles, police urge

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By Krystle S. Morey As the holiday season begins, local law enforcement officials are warning of possible thefts of items from vehicles. Police are urging drivers to be sure to secure their vehicles, whether parked outside a residence, on the street or in a parking lot “It’s not an epidemic, but this time of year, […]

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50 Trump supporters attend rally

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By Matthew Saari Dozens of ardent fans of President Donald Trump, some sporting the iconic red “Make America Great Again” […]

Rocque resigns from school board

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By PJ Ferguson In a surprise move, Whitehall Board of Education president Mike Rocque resigned Monday night. While September school […]

Scotties sold?

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By Matthew Saari A bit of good news may be coming to Granville’s Main Street. The parcel at 20 Main […]

‘Frugal Pig’ is on a mission

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By PJ Ferguson The Frugal Pig is not your average thrift shop. With a giant sign spread above the inside […]

Applefest this weekend

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By Jared Stamm It’s been a Fair Haven tradition for 30 years and it’s returning this weekend. Fair Haven Grade […]

Obituary: Lucretia M. Ballard

Granville, NY – Lucretia M. Ballard passed away on August 19, 2019 at Glens Falls Hospital following a long illness. […]

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Obituary: Beatrice Gordon

Beatrice Gordon, a former resident of Whitehall, died on August 11, 2019, after a brief illness. She is pre-deceased by […]

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