Tag Archives: Whitehall

Railroad bridges to be replaced thanks to stimulus

The three bridges that span the railroad in Whitehall will all be rebuilt this summer.     (more…)

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‘The Music Man’ is here

He’s coming to town – and coming in on the railroad.   (more…)

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Tentatively, budget up 5.4%

The tentative Whitehall village budget will increase the amount to be raised by taxes by $67,918.32, or 5.4-percent.   (more…)

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Village looks for water fund solutions

One thing has become clear in the Village of Whitehall’s 2009-10 budget process – water has become its own monster. (more…)

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School budget numbers will not change

The Whitehall Central School Board of Education is proposing school budget with zero increases for the 2009-2010 school year, the board announced on Monday.   (more…)

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‘Picturing America’ in school

Whitehall Central School will soon have some famous faces and images on its walls.   (more…)

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Putorti elected Mayor

It was a sweep for the Democratic Party in the 2009 Village of Whitehall elections, as a pair of incumbents were defeated on Wednesday night.   (more…)

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Villare hires firm for sewer work

The Whitehall village board reversed a decision on Friday in order to be in a better position to get federal money.     (more…)

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One more failure, we’re done

The message was clear: Commonwealth Plywood cannot bear another disruption in water supply.   (more…)

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Empty Rooms

  Skenesborough Harbor has never seen vacancies like this. (more…)

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School reopens after one day

Whitehall Elementary School

By Jay Mullen After one day of closure, Whitehall Elementary School is ready to open its doors for in-person learning […]

Vermont Press Association condemns burning of ‘Seven Days’ issues by protesters

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The Vermont Press Association executive board has voted to condemn the confiscation and burning of piles of Seven Days newspapers […]

Slate museum reopens

Mural made in 1939 by Martha Levy illustrating the slate quarry workers in Granville.

By Austin Crosier Honoring local history, celebrating generations of families and culture and informing curious minds is what the Slate […]

Public hearing Oct. 8: Tentative town budget approved

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By Austin Crosier Led by Town Supervisor Matt Hicks and Granville Town Board members James Bradt and Tom Cosey, the […]

Budget workshop Sept. 30

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The Whitehall Town Board will host a budget workshop on Sept. 30 at 6 p.m. at the Municipal Center. The […]

Elementary school has COVID-19 case

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By Jay Mullen Whitehall Central School District has confirmed its first positive case of COVID-19 and the elementary school will […]

James A. Stanley

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Granville, NY – James Albert Stanley, age 88, passed away at his home following a short illness. Jim was born […]

Jim Brooks: ‘Always the go-to guy’

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By Jay Mullen Overwhelming. That was the word Kathleen Brooks repeated when talking about the recent passing of her brother […]

Angela (Siraco) Carroll

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Whitehall-Angela (Siraco) Carroll, 97, passed away from natural causes in Simsbury CT on September 20th 2020. She was born on […]

Women business owners learning to be successful

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By Austin Crosier Four female business owners in the Granville area sat down at the bar at On The Rocks […]

Poultney makerspace and skills center to open Sept. 26

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A makerspace is a collaborative work space inside a school, library or separate public/private facility for making, learning, exploring and […]

North Country FreePress, September 25, 2020

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