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Couple sets new eatery at Tallulah

By Cathy DeDe, Chronicle Managing Editor

Chef Brian Bowden and his wife Carly Mankouski have leased the former Tallulah’s restaurant on Ridge Street in Glens Falls. They plan to open Radici Kitchen & Bar, “hopefully in early January or at least mid-January.”

Radici means “roots” in Italian, Ms. Mankouski explained.

“It’s about circling back to our roots, what we love most, about our passion for this industry,” said Mr. Bowden.…

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Our December 12 issue

Holiday Helping issue Senator Betty Little calls it a career. Elise Stefanik interview blowback. Dan Stec to run for NYS Senate; Braymer, Beaty & Simpson mull Assembly run. Couple sets new eatery at Tallulah. Kyle Gannon OK’ed as next Qby. School chief; $180,000 job. Copperfield Inn is sold for $1-million to NYC caterer by way of Colombia. Concerts, comedy, shows… The Chronicle always has the region’s best Arts & Entertainment

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Stefanik: Independents shun impeachment push

By Mark Frost, Chronicle Editor

Meeting with The Chronicle editorial staff on the Tuesday before Thanksgiving, Congresswoman Elise Stefanik said the Democratic impeachment push is losing support, not gaining it.

“Among independents, their support of impeachment has gone down 20 points in the past two weeks,” she said.

“I think there is a lot of pressure on Speaker Pelosi from a certain wing of the Democratic Party to absolutely push …

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Great Escape’s ‘Outlaw’ ride height outrages Glen Lake; Queensbury board: Whoa!

By Patrick Daley, Chronicle Staff Writer

Glen Lake residents packed the Town of Queensbury Planning Board meeting on Nov. 26, united against the Great Escape amusement park’s proposed placement of a 165-foot Adirondack Outlaw ride visible from their homes.

Nearly 200 people attended. The majority donned light blue ribbons provided by the Glen Lake Association.

The ride, as currently proposed by the Great Escape, would stand in the Wild West …

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Social Security to pay $20,000 monthly at old Glens Falls post office; 10-year lease

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

The Social Security Administration will pay $20,267.11 per month when it moves in 2021 into Peter and Suzanne Hoffman’s renovated former post office building at 70 Warren Street in Glens Falls.

Robin Croft, a spokeswoman for the General Services Administration, provided the rent rate in response to a Chronicle inquiry. She said it’s a 10-year lease that will start in March of 2021.

She …

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