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Mazzone will cater LG Marriott

Exclusive provider for private events, including rooftop

By Mark Frost, Chronicle Editor

Mazzone Catering — the Capital Region’s highest-profile restaurateur and events caterer — has become the exclusive provider for private events at the Courtyard Marriott in Lake George.

The deal was celebrated with a ribbon-cutting and catered function last Thursday at the Marriott, newly built by Lake George developer Dave Kenny and his partners.

Angelo Mazzone, Mazzone Catering’s 64-year-old …

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ATF’s ‘Boy in Bathroom’ is quirky & sweet

By Cathy DeDe, Chronicle Managing Editor

“Knock, Knock,” she says — but it’s anyone’s guess whether he’ll ever open.

The Adirondack Theatre Festival invited this observer to sit in for a sneak look at rehearsal for its new musical, The Boy in the Bathroom.

The show was to have opened yesterday, July 26. With our weekly Chronicle schedule, we’ll not get to publish anything about the finished production until the …

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Checking in on Lake George real estate

10 sales of $1-million & up; 15 at same point last year. Too little inventory?

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

The Lake George real estate market is still very strong, but it’s cooled off a bit from a record-breaking 2016.

Multiple Listing Service data compiled by Tanya Hamell of Davies-Davies & Associates Real Estate show through July 24, there have been 20 sales on Lake George, 10 of $1-million …

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New paths add safety buffer along Fire Road near GF YMCA

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

Walkers and bicyclists now are buffered from traffic on Fire Road in Glens Falls by paths installed in the woods.

Still to come is a raised crosswalk to slow traffic near the Glens Falls Family YMCA, and a sidewalk in front of Kensington Road School.

Also added is a paved path from the school along Jerome Avenue to Fire Road.

A flashing light to …

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The end of Log Bay Day

How officials devised their plan to halt it permanently

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

Shortly after the tragic boating death of 8-year-old Charlotte McCue in the hours after Log Bay Day last July 25, authorities were already discussing how to end once and for all the rowdy annual gathering on Lake George on the last Monday of July.

“This was not a knee-jerk reaction. It was an eight-month process,” …

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