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LARAC’s Fall Arts Fest is this weekend in Queensbury

Chronicle Managing Editor Cathy DeDe writes: LARAC’s Fall Arts Festival is Saturday and Sunday, November 4 and 5, at The Adirondack Sports Complex, “the Dome” on Sherman Avenue in Queensbury. Hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday. Admission: $5, good for both days. Kids under 12 are free.

We asked LARAC festival coordinator Phil Casabona and director Candice Frye about the event. …

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Raccoon attack in Qby.: Woman gets rabies shots as a precaution

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

Susan Silverberg, 56, is getting precautionary rabies shots after a raccoon attacked her and her dog last week near her apartment complex off Meadowbrook Road in Queensbury.

“It was Thursday, Sept. 28, at 8:45 p.m., and I was walking my dog Bauer, a Lab mix, and he was barking and barking and I couldn’t figure out why.

“Then a raccoon jumps out of a …

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Our Dec. 19 issue

Find yourselves a copy of this week’s issue – jam-packed with Christmas week goodies: Stories about the Amish moving in, Mormons headed out, George Stephanopoulos sends a gift, Glens Falls’ big plans. Inside, even more: Friends rally ’round a Queensbury family after tragic loss, a bedrock Whitehall family, our super-busy Chronicle calendar of events.

Merry Christmas! Merry Everything!

Thank you for reading.

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Our Dec. 12 issue

Hudson Headwaters, Gordon’s provocative question about casinos, young Stephen Satterfield making good leaps in professional dance, celebrating Queensbury teams, challenging times in Fort Ann, Mark Frost on Nelson Mandela – and the best events calendar, maybe anywhere. We’re happy it’s Thursday so we can SHARE it with you. Feel free to share again. Your weekly Chronicle front page upload. Thank you for reading.

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Our Nov. 27 issue

You know what we’re thankful for? Readers, advertisers, these great North Country communities we’re so happy to be a part of, and new and interesting stories to tell every week.

Happy Thanksgiving, all. Here’s this week’s front page.

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