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JUST Water adds flavors

By Cathy DeDe, Chronicle Managing Editor

Glens Falls-based JUST Water is adding three new infused flavors — tangerine, lemon and apple-cinnamon — and a smaller 330-milliliter container size.

JUST’s celebrity co-owner Jaden Smith — son of Will Smith and Jada Pinkett-Smith — leads the roll-out this week.

He was to appear on The Today Show Wednesday, followed by a full-court media day, JUST Chief Operating Officer Jim Siplon told The …

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Habitat ReStore store in Moreau is a big hit

By Mark Frost, Chronicle Editor

ReStore — the Habitat for Humanity home store on U.S. Route 9 north of Northway Exit 17 in Moreau — opened on Oct. 2 and hit the ground running.

“We’re only open three days a week,” store manager Charles Burd tells The Chronicle. “From the first of October, we’ve done around 4,500 transactions.”

He won’t specify a dollar about, but emphasizes, “We are extremely grateful …

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25 years in the Outhouse!

By Cathy DeDe, Chronicle Managing Editor

For the 25th straight year L.P. Adams Lumberyard will compete in the Lake George Winter Carnival outhouse races. That’s a long run, especially considering they come from Dalton, Massachusetts.

“When I was a teenager, my father and a group he worked with were looking for something to do in the wintertime,” says Todd Adams, seventh generation co-owner with his brother of their family lumberyard, …

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Next local craft beer: Northway

By Cathy DeDe, Chronicle Managing Editor

There’s a Lake George Brew House?

Yes, but: “We’ve had a bit of an identity crisis,” admits its manager, Bob Craven.

For the record, last year they produced about 4,000 barrels of craft beers, and it operates a large drop-in tasting and sales room, all in a converted cineplex on Route 9 in Queensbury, next to The Fun Spot.

But it’s been a name …

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UVM doctors in training, with HHHN

By Mark Frost, Chronicle Editor

Three University of Vermont Medical School students are wrapping up their third year, spent in a pilot program with Hudson Headwaters Health Network based in Queensbury.

“I love it. I would stay if I could,” Sunit Misra, 26, one of the students, told The Chronicle Monday. “When I came in, I wanted to be an eye surgeon. Now I want to do family medicine.”

That’s …

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