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Our October 17 issue

Women in Business issue Adirondack Film Fest. Talking Presidential politics. Adk. Thunder open regular season Sat. at the Cool Arena. Strand Theater festivities. Fort William Henry can’t find housekeepers; turns to Albany treatment center. Notre Dame Glee Club at GF High on Wed., Oct. 23. ARCC moving to law firm’s bldg. on Warren St. GE to start taking down Fort Edward buildings. Concerts, comedy, shows… The Chronicle always has the

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Aims to row the Atlantic

By Patrick Daley, Chronicle Staff Writer

Chestertown native Terence Steinberg — an elementary classmate of mine many years ago at St. Mary’s-St. Alphonsus school in Glens Falls — has run 43 marathons, several Ironman races and a 145-mile ultra marathon that took 35 hours to finish — no sleep, all running.

Now he aims to row across the Atlantic Ocean — west to east, Christopher Columbus’s 3,000 mile route following …

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Our October 10 issue

Our Columbus Day issue The loss of Joe Turcotte. Aims to row the Atlantic. Warren County: Free mammograms. New book from Matt Rozell: DDay through the eyes of local vets. Why it’s tough to save the Warrensburg building sought by Dollar General. Record donations at airport paid for county’s overtime at Balloon Fest. ‘Taste’ top coupons. Concerts, comedy, shows… The Chronicle always has the region’s best Arts & Entertainment section!

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New ‘Dawn’ for historic GF Sherman Ave. neighborhood

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

Dawn (Sweetser) Davidson, the 1991 Queensbury graduate who bought and transformed Sherman Avenue’s historic Bemis Place apartments last year, has bought six more nearby buildings and now has 38 apartments in her Glens Falls real estate portfolio.

Mrs. Davidson paid a total of $1.2-million for 17-19 Sherman Ave., 18 Sherman Ave., 21 Sherman Ave., 21½ Sherman Ave., and, around the corner, 1 and 3-5 …

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Baptists eye sale to opioid treatment company

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

An Albany drug treatment not-for-profit wants to buy the First Baptist Church of Glens Falls at 100 Maple Street and open an in-patient opioid treatment center there, The Chronicle has learned.

The financially hard-pressed church congregation has voted to pursue the sale.

“The time is right for the culture, for the community, and for the church,” Pastor Stephanie Schneider told The Chronicle Monday. “This …

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