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  • Rec Board Working Session Brings in Vocal Crowd

    RON JUNG, Contributing Writer|Jan 11, 2023

    It was standing room only Wednesday night in the Whitehall Council Chambers as the Whitehall Town Council conducted a working session concerning the Recreation Board members and the grounds. The working meeting was also meant to garner input on a proposed amendment to how the Recreation Board is comprised. Along with Mayor Janacaro-Hensleigh the full council and concerned parties, including the Whitehall Saddle Club (WSC), school, pool board, and general public discussed the future of the...

  • Dear Editor: Rebuttal to Op-Ed in 2/23/22

    RON JUNG|Mar 2, 2022

    Dear Editor, This is an all too short rebuttal to Democratic Chairman Robyn Driscoll’s OP-ED in the February 23, 2022 edition of the Ledger. Republicans are not the only political party talented in speaking out of both sides of their mouths. One of the oldest and best ploys straight from the Democrat party playbook is “accuse the accuser.” It is laughable and sad that challenging issues we find ourselves currently dealing with can be so manipulated. Such as the debt our friends on both sides of the aisle have created in making us a debto...

  • Dear Editor: Passing of two Whitehall fixtures

    Ron Jung|Jun 30, 2021

    Dear Editor, This past week another two Whitehall fixtures have left us and passed into Whitehall history, Bob Casagrande and Hervey Perez. Everyone knew them, or at least their names, because they gave of themselves not only to Whitehall, but more importantly to the people of Whitehall who call this place home. Bob was the first person I met after moving here in 1988. I was looking out my back window and saw this mountain of a man in my yard. What was he doing and what the heck was he doing in...