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Our August 17 issue

Washington County issue Washington County Fair is August 21-27. Matt Paszko completes ‘LG 12ster’ solo Ultra Challenge. Kassidy Kuzmich, busiest girl at the Fair! Brothers, ages 3 & 5, catch six-pound bass on Glen Lake. More summer international worker profiles. GF Hospital eyes doing facility on Rt. 9 in Moreau. GF Hospital mulls selling its dialysis center. Habitat for Humanity store to open Sept. 9. Mary Sicard repeats as senior …

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Our August 10 issue

Back-to-School issue Bolton Historical Museum’s handsome new addition. King of the Subways. LARAC’s Have a Seat. Youtheatre’s 40th. Adirondack Thunder’s new regime. Robert & Lisa Moser’s $2.5-million gift to Albany Med. Starting August 19, must dial 518 prefix with all local calls. Lots of real estate listings… Find your dream home! Concerts, comedy, shows… Page after page of things to do. The Chronicle always has the region’s best Arts &

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Our August 3 issue

Prime Time Seniors issue Precise Painting’s 40th year. 75th year of Bennett’s Riding Stable. All quiet on Log Bay Day, North Creek Mosaic’s second panel completed. Did Albany Med/Saratoga Hospital buy Carl R’s? Tony DeSare will play at benefit Tea for Open Door at Crandall mansion. Efforts to help foreign workers in Lake George. El Mexicano building in Hudson Falls for sale. Gordon’s tribute to Nick Heald. 5th Democrat enters …

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Mazzone will cater LG Marriott

Exclusive provider for private events, including rooftop

By Mark Frost, Chronicle Editor

Mazzone Catering — the Capital Region’s highest-profile restaurateur and events caterer — has become the exclusive provider for private events at the Courtyard Marriott in Lake George.

The deal was celebrated with a ribbon-cutting and catered function last Thursday at the Marriott, newly built by Lake George developer Dave Kenny and his partners.

Angelo Mazzone, Mazzone Catering’s 64-year-old …

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ATF’s ‘Boy in Bathroom’ is quirky & sweet

By Cathy DeDe, Chronicle Managing Editor

“Knock, Knock,” she says — but it’s anyone’s guess whether he’ll ever open.

The Adirondack Theatre Festival invited this observer to sit in for a sneak look at rehearsal for its new musical, The Boy in the Bathroom.

The show was to have opened yesterday, July 26. With our weekly Chronicle schedule, we’ll not get to publish anything about the finished production until the …

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