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Our February 16 issue

Insurance & Investing Issue Dave Strader’s return. Lake George Brewing, former Davidson’s. Lake George island cabin auction 2/22. Gordon’s complaint: no guideline for the $10-million. West Mountain peaking. Kay Hafner, new Hudson Falls librarian. Concerts, comedy, shows… Page after page of things to do. The Chronicle always has the region’s best Arts & Entertainment section!

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Our February 9 issue

Valentine Issue Inn at Erlowest now has ‘fire bars.’ Schachner: Post-Star’s Thurman coverage errs, unfair. Snowy Owl in Fort Edward. Aaron Cook lands Division I baseball scholarship. Davidson’s reverses no-tip policy. LG Winter Carnival continues. Queensbury GOP backs Bain over Metivier. Page after page of things to do. The Chronicle always has the region’s best Arts & Entertainment section!

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Our February 2 issue

Winter Carnival Issue Chad went to Space Camp. Bill Stock gives hospital $1-million. Max in India. Rachel Seeber to challenge John Strough in Queensbury. Nikas lands $500,000 grant to rehab former Masonic building. Looking into Aeon Nexus loan. SGF Marathon Dance selects 40 beneficiaries. Winter Carnival goes on without ice. Page after page of things to do. The Chronicle always has the region’s best Arts & Entertainment section!

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Our January 26 issue

Winter Home Issue Glens Falls women’s march. Trump the unifier. Restoring Lang Rig’s conservatory. Blood test data excluded in West’s boat death trial. No Rachael Ray benefit this year. Bennington Furniture owner buys Mark Plaza for $3.6-million. Esmond Lyons mural at Crandall Park mansion. Ice bar mania! ‘Super Troopers’ review. Page after page of things to do. The Chronicle always has the region’s best Arts & Entertainment section!

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Our January 19 issue

Health & Fitness Quarterly Rocksport’s big move. Frosts in India. Inside Edge sold. Sawyer’s biked Vietnam and USA. 126 Glen Street sold. Bobcat sighting in Washington County. Genpak: 25 of 62 employees going to North Carolina when company moves. Blue Moose closes. Ice bars are still hot stuff. Page after page of things to do. The Chronicle always has the region’s best Arts & Entertainment section!

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