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Our April 27 issue

Lawn & Garden issue Queensbury Hotel plans rooftop bar. Grow garlic, she says. Benefits of communities owning forests. First local buyer of all-electric car – Chevy Bolt. Alexander West trial, day by day. Aeon Nexus loan status. Fort Ann’s Old Stone House Library reopens. C.R. Bard to sell for $24-billion. 3 worst lawn pests. O’Reilly Auto Parts store coming to SGF. Fiber Tour this weekend. Concerts, comedy, shows… Page after …

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Rep. Stefanik, interviewed by The Chronicle, praises Paul Ryan, faults Trump on immigration, says she’ll run again

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

The Chronicle conducted a wide-ranging phone interview on April 17 with Republican Congresswoman Elise Stefanik as she reached the 100-day mark of her second two-year term. What we learned included:

  • She said she’ll definitely run for a third term in 2018. She noted: “We won every county in a district which is traditionally a swing district, and we won by over 30 points.”
  • She
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New book on John Apperson coming in May

By Cathy DeDe, Chronicle Managing Editor

Ellen Apperson Brown of Virginia has written a book — John Apperson’s Lake George — about her great-uncle, the pioneering Lake George environmentalist. It’s coming out in May.

Somewhat surprising even to Ms. Brown — “funny,” she calls it — is that the book she said she has long dreamed of writing finally got picked up by Arcadia Publishing, best known for its Images …

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Our April 20 issue

Chronicle issue April 20, 2017

Earth Day issue Associates of Glens Falls 50th! Lake George Steamboat at 200. Sully’s West 50th. Let’s talk India. Boat death trial. Aeon Nexus: still no answers. Rep. Stefanik interview. Dave Strader chosen for Hockey Hall of Fame media broadcast award. Sweets by Marisa to open soon near East Field. 16 apartments planned near Betar Byway entrance. Concerts, comedy, shows… Page after page of things to do. The Chronicle always

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Milk & Honey’s friends to the rescue

By Cathy DeDe, Chronicle Managing Editor

“We have an amazing community, absolutely,” says Ann Parrish of South Glens Falls. The proprietor of Milk and Honey gift and clothing boutique on Exchange Street in Glens Falls, should know.

She was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in December. It’s challenging enough to battle cancer. What do you do when you’re the sole proprietor, buyer, main staff member and guiding mind behind a small …

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