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Our May 4 issue

Spring Fling issue New day at Hiland as son, Ivan Flores takes reins. Max at the DMZ in Korea. Wall on Glen Street hills showing age; City sets repairs. Continuing Lake George boat death trial. Marcantonio finishes 30th overall in first triathlon, wins age group. Youtheatre auditions this Sunday. Robin Brewer takes over GF Sip & Paint. 44 groups of Barbershoppers in Lake George this week! Concerts, comedy, shows… Page …

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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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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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Our April 13 issue

Spring Home issue Easter dining and events. Alexander West in court. Burke: We’ll have money to complete hockey purchase. Milk & Honey’s friends to the rescue. Bullpen owners sell Horseshoe Inn, finish purchase of Talk of the Town. Dave Strader to call NHL playoff games. ‘New Age American’ eatery set at Courthouse in Hudson Falls. LG Steamboat offers 2 free cruises Saturday. Max in India. John Apperson book coming in …

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Our April 6 issue

Health & Fitness Quarterly ‘Tiki Tours’ proposed for Lake George. Glens Falls School light fight. Outrage over April Fools Chronicle. The Mill has been sold. Local proms. Max India-Pakistan line. Green Party’s Rich Cirino to run for Glens Falls Mayor. Ed Asner postpones show until August 21. Effort to save empty former school in Corinth. Salvation Army dedicates new chapel. Nick Marcantonio has great ambitions. Living with Parkinson’s. Concerts, comedy, …

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