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Local couple grows gigantic pumpkins

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By Jared Stamm Dan and Holly Boyce of Benson know how to grow pumpkins. Large pumpkins . . . very large pumpkins. “This is the sixteenth year we’ve been doing this,” said Dan Boyce. “The first few years, our pumpkins were only about 400 pounds.” Think about that for a moment: a 400-pound pumpkin. And […]

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12-unit apartment complex to be auctioned off

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By Matthew Saari Brookview Town Houses owes nearly $42,000 in back taxes and is set to be auctioned off this month. Last week Washington County released this year’s tax foreclosure listings, which included the 1.2-acre parcel located a 97 Mettowee St. in Granville. The listing indicates the owner, Brookview Town Houses LLC of Mountaindale, owes […]

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Christmas in the Park kicks of Wednesday

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By Matthew Saari It may be only the second week of October, but a group of Granville residents is already prepping for this year’s Christmas in the Park event. The holiday lights committee will meet Wednesday, Oct. 16 at the village municipal center on Quaker Street to organize the show. The tree-lighting celebration will again […]

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Town-wide sale in Poultney Saturday

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By Jared Stamm The Poultney Area Chamber of Commerce is gearing up for its annual fall town-wide yard sale tomorrow, Saturday, Oct. 12, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., rain or shine. Sixty-six vendors have registered so far for prime real estate on Main Street, and there are 46 more spaces available. “We have vendors […]

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Autumn Leaves Car Show breaks attendance records

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By Matthew Saari Organizers of the Autumn Leaves Car Show said this year’s event in Granville set a new bar of excellence. “There were 210 cars,” said organizer Denise Davies. She estimated more than 900 spectators converged on Granville and made their way to the Little League field Sunday, Sept. 29 for the 33rd annual […]

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Granville’s Lights Week kicks off Monday

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By Matthew Saari Granville’s much-anticipated Lights Week will kick off Monday. This year’s week-long series of night games will be held Oct. 7-11 in conjunction with the school’s homecoming festivities. During the week each Golden Horde fall athletic team will have the opportunity to play under the lights or in a special event. This week […]

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Village, county investigating ‘deplorable’ living conditions

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By Matthew Saari Granville police, code compliance, animal control and county Child Protective Services are investigating a Quaker Street home under suspicion of “deplorable” living conditions – for humans and cats. Police said two complaints were filed on Friday, Sept. 13 alleging that two residents of 80 Quaker Street, a 28-year-old woman and 48-year-old man, […]

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Poultney Chili Cook-off Saturday

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By Jared Stamm This Saturday, Poultney is going to be hot – not because of the weather, though. The 30th annual Poultney Rotary Club Chili Cook-off promises to bring a crowd of more than 30 chefs – amateur and otherwise – and hundreds of tasters to Poultney’s Main Street. Area chefs and chili lovers of […]

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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” caps; others waving red, white and blue flags, flocked to Granville last weekend for a rally in support of the president. The rally in Veterans Memorial Park was attended by nearly 50 supporters hailing from […]

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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 St., home to Granville’s landmark Scottie’s Diner & Store, may have a new owner. Pending bank approval. “We’re hoping,” said Bill Morse, a Castleton, Vermont resident who originally hails from Granville. “We’re just waiting for […]

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Obituary: Carmela Mary Scott

Granville, NY – Carmela Mary Scott, age 94, passed away quietly and at peace on Saturday morning, November 9, 2019. […]

Obituary: Harold Thomas Craig

Harold Thomas Craig North Hebron, NY – Harold Craig passed away in Glens Falls Hospital on November 13, 2019. “He […]

Lakes Region Freepress – 11/15/19

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Village: Canal wall ‘our problem’

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By PJ Ferguson The New York State Canal Corporation has completed its analysis of the damage to the canal wall […]

Muddy Water plagues North Granville

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By Matthew Saari Residents of the North Granville water district suffered an unpleasant surprise last week. During the evening last […]

Waste-to-energy plant may come to Whitehall

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By PJ Ferguson A new waste-to-energy plant may be coming to the former EB Metals property on Poultney Street in […]

Main Street businesses given grants

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By Matthew Saari Two budding Main Street businesses have been awarded “microenterprise grants” by the Village of Granville. Nelson’s 22 […]

Granville forms ‘unified’ basketball team

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By Matthew Saari Unified basketball has been added to the Granville varsity sports roster. The Granville Board of Education voted […]

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