Tag Archives: Monday Night

Fair off to a strong start

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By Jaime Thomas Forget video games and sports memorabilia—what Daniel Cook really wanted was a pig. And two years ago, the Granville eighth-grader got his wish when a family friend gave him one. Since then, his drove has grown to five swine. Unlike many boys his age, he holds unconventional interests. “I’ve always been fascinated […]

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Longtime teachers recognized

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The Board of Education bid a fond farewell Monday night to a half dozen longtime teachers. Daniel Mulholland, Karen Devendorf, Dorothy Hart, Penny Whiting, Margaret Sparano and Cheryl St. Clair, all of whom will retire at the end of the school year, were recognized by the board for their contributions to the district. Virginia Rivette, […]

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Hebron looking at alternate Internet options

By Jaime Thomas Getting high-speed Internet in Hebron might not be as simple as officials previously thought. During a meeting Monday night, Town Supervisor Brian Campbell told the town board he recently met with a representative from PrimeLink, a telecommunications company, to give him an estimate. “I wanted a number. He came down and we […]

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Village hires new police officer

By Jaime Thomas The village of Granville will have a new face among its police department after officials hired a new, full-time officer Monday night. The village board unanimously made William Kitts, who recently started working part time for the village, a full-time employee starting at the beginning of July. Police Chief Ernie Bassett said […]

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Hebron holds off on revaluation

By Jaime Thomas Several weeks after a special meeting addressing Hebron residents’ concerns about revaluation, the town board did not vote on the issue at a monthly meeting last Monday. On Friday, Town Supervisor Brian Campbell said there was not even a resolution raised to go ahead with a revaluation, let alone a vote. “It […]

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Granville robotics team competes in California

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By Jaime Thomas More than 400 teams from all over America and the world gathered in Anaheim, Calif., last week for the Vex Robotics World Championship. Four students and a teacher from Granville were among them. Accompanied by their teacher, Gary Gendron, Marc Billow, Christina Rice, Jordon Penor and Joey Lea competed 10 times over […]

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Softball takes home two more wins

The Horde varsity softball team is on a roll. The girls didn’t give Hoosick Falls an inch Monday night with a 16-0 win, their fourth in a row. Though the game started off slow with a scoreless first inning, things picked up in the second, and by the third the girls made nine runs to […]

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After fast start, baseball team falls to Lake George

Justing Hoagland attempts to steal home in the third inning of Monday's game against Lake George. He was called out on the play.

Whitehall’s baseball team learned it’s not how you start but how you finish. Unfortunately the Railroaders started well but finished poorly in their season opener Monday night in Whitehall. After bursting out of the gates with four runs in the first inning, Whitehall was held to a single run the rest of the way in […]

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100 percent hike in police overtime draws concern

By Jaime Thomas Members of the Granville Village Board were not in agreement about approving the tentative 2013-2014 budget at a meeting Monday night. Trustee Gordon Smith brought up the large, general-fund line item of police overtime pay, which more than doubled from last year from $27,000 to $59,000. “There is one line I have […]

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School board has tentative budget

By Jaime Thomas The Granville school board passed a tentative final budget following a workshop Monday night. There will be a 2.5 percent tax increase, which will raise the levy $167,000 from $6,661,872 to $6,828,419. Board members could have raised the tax levy as much as 4.8 percent but voted several weeks ago to keep […]

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Manchester Newspapers sold

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Capital Region Independent Media has acquired Manchester Newspapers and all associated digital and print products, according to John Thomas Cribb, […]

Officials, residents skeptical of waste-to-energy plant

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By PJ Ferguson   Tuesday night’s presentation from Airgid Global and Edison Energy representatives regarding the proposed waste-to-energy plant was […]

Scotties’ has new owner

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By Matthew Saari After a wait that didn’t seem likely to ever end, a vacant building on Granville’s Main Street […]

Whitehall launches e-sports at school

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By PJ Ferguson Not all sports are athletic in nature. E-sports, online video game-based competitions, are becoming the way of […]

School board to discuss mergers

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By Matthew Saari The Granville Central School District will continue mulling potential mergers with other nearby school districts, despite the […]

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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