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Our February 11 issue

Valentine’s Day is Sunday! Tough sledding for West Mountain. Pizza on the grill. Bruce Springsteen concert review. Israel and the 2-state solution. Otto Miller funds raised. Law firm ‘interested’ in TD Bank building. Civic Center receives $2 million from NYS. Peepers expected to do just fine with mild winter. Lake George Winter Carnival continues. DeBlasiis taps Bill Martin. Our Jason Irwin reviews the Hacksaw Jim Duggan comedy show. Looking for

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Our February 4 issue

Ice Bars are Hot! Valentine’s Day ideas galore. Paula Poundstone interview. Paul Dusek retiring. Hotel projects eyed for Exit 18. Blue Moose Tavern listed for sale. Fred Monroe’s retirement party. Common Roots and Thunder players collaborate on new beer. Judy Flagg’s Union Village store to close. Adirondack Pancake House coming to Lake George this spring. Winter Carnival to cope with warm winter. Looking for the arts, concerts, etc.? The Chronicle

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Our January 28 issue

Our Winter Home issue! The Cordes totally transform their home. Stefanik: Trump and Cruz won’t be nominee. Massie’s in South Glens Falls sold to chef Jonathan Greenwood. 190 Grille is now open in former Aimie’s spot. Win $100 in our Super Bowl contest! Glens Falls Burger King site sells for $2.45-million. 4 may seek Glens Falls Mayor job. Glens Falls Co-Op to open Feb. 2. Fowler Square plan OKed. South …

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Our January 21 issue

Health & Fitness issue! Hacksaw Jim Duggan doing comedy, coming to Queensbury Feb. 2. Return of the ice bars. Ever had sciatica? Batman & Robin, for a cause. Civic Center gets new sign. Peter Aust out at ARCC. Manley’s Route 4 restaurant to close. 132 Glen St. Bistro sell to Rocco’s Italian-American. Cumberland Farms to build at ex-Joy Store site. Krogmann dismisses JUST Water suit, appeal to follow. No relief …

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Our January 14 issue

Wedding issue! The Frost family reports from Israel, Jordan. Sawyer’s building sold. Davidson Brothers ‘Brew-ha-ha’ over tip policy. Moreau Lake water level down four feet. Emeritus Landing in Queensbury sells for $23-million. Megan Guarnier of Queensbury, top U.S. cyclist, heading to Rio Olympics. Looking for the arts, concerts, etc.? The Chronicle has the region’s best Arts & Entertainment section!

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