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Our March 15 issue

Celebrate Small Business issue | At 22, Nick Perrone is enterprising! A comic who likes Trump!? At Wood. Former Manhattan M&A attorney buys 3rd LG motel. Lake George boys, 26-0, in state tourney. Park Theater / Doc’s Restaurant to open. Kristy Moore to succeed Chris Reed as principal of GF Middle School. John & Chris Strough charged. Lots of real estate listings… Find your dream home! Concerts, comedy, shows… The

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Our March 8 issue

South High Marathon Dance wrapup issue | Codie Bascue returns from the Olympics. Hovey Fruit building sold. Joseph Girard III gets Duke offer. SUNY Culinary will move in fall to 14 Hudson. Stefanik letters. Vera Bradley store to open at Outlets. Paul Pines new memoir. Circus coming to GF Cool Arena. Lots of real estate listings… Find your dream home! Concerts, comedy, shows… The Chronicle always has the region’s best

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Duke offer looms large for Girard; says Villanova & Notre Dame step up their efforts

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

“I think getting an offer from Duke made everything more serious,” Glens Falls High School junior Joseph Girard III told The Chronicle after a 90-minute basketball workout Sunday.

“Before, it was enjoyable and it’s still enjoyable, but…it’s time to see who is really focusing on me. I haven’t cut my list yet, but we’re starting to see which schools are focusing on me.”

Girard …

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GF Hospital to lease 26,000 square feet in Bonacio’s 14 Hudson

14 Hudson, developer Sonny Bonacio’s new mixed-use building next to Glens Falls Hospital, is filling up.

Work is under way preparing for SUNY Adirondack’s culinary arts program moving there, and the hospital is also planning to lease space, too.

“Glens Falls Hospital is leasing roughly 26,000 square feet of the newly constructed Bonacio building adjacent to the hospital’s Emergency Department,” said spokeswoman Katelyn Cinzio, responding to a Chronicle query.

“Split …

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Ex-MSNBC host Ratigan joins Congress race; draws Dem fire; 2 hopefuls exit

Former MSNBC host Dylan Ratigan declared his Democratic candidacy for the 21st District Congressional seat held by Republican Elise Stefanik.

Two other Democrats dropped out of the race — Greenwich Town Supervisor Sara Idelman and Tanya Boone of Granville.

Mr. Ratigan, 45, admitted at his Feb. 21 Saranac Lake press conference that he has never voted. “I was disgusted by the choices available to me,” he said. He registered to …

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