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Author Archives: Ed Deso

Our August 9 issue

Back to School issue | Retro camping style. Lake George Music Festival begins August 12. Washington County Fair to feature live cow births. St. Mary’s priest speaks out: Church’s sexual abuse. Rutland will cut down all 355 of its ash trees as Borer comes fast. Grant Cottage sets major Civil War reenactor event, 8/11-12. Glens Falls eyes purchase of tennis and swim club. Plenty of real estate listings… Find your …

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Our August 2 issue

Resort Real Estate issue | Prime Time Seniors. Emerald Ash Borer is winning. Steve Myhrberg gives free bike rides to seniors. Cook rates Stefnik district ‘solid Republican.’ Sean Spicer in Saratoga. Hyde looks to hire CEO. Grant Cottage Civil War reenactment. Michaels Group plans another 49 homes in Moreau. Pages of real estate listings… Find your dream home! Concerts, comedy, shows… The Chronicle always has the region’s best Arts &

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Our July 26 issue

Peak Summer issue | 300 million data points on Lake George. Ambitious restaurant concepts open in Glens Falls; Fresh ADK, Downtown Social. Doug Beaty’s bid for chairman. Wingate sells in Lake George for $7.38-million. Joubert & White carriage donated to Chapman. Lots of real estate listings… Find your dream home! Concerts, comedy, shows… The Chronicle always has the region’s best Arts & Entertainment section!

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Chef Denver Grover has The Aviator flying!

By Mark Frost, Chronicle Editor

In its third year of operation, The Aviator Restaurant at Warren County’s Floyd Bennett Memorial Airport has established itself as one of the region’s best.

We find the food excellent, interesting and remarkably consistent; the staff, ambience and hospitality winning; and the overall dining experience elevated, yet good value given the quality.

“It’s going great,” 40-year-old chef Denver Grover tells The Chronicle. “I hear a …

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Sewage sniffing dogs on Lake George prowl

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

Two sewage-sniffing rescue dogs from Maine scoured Beach Road in Lake George Saturday, looking for the source of E. coli pollution that has closed Million Dollar Beach six times in the last three summers.

Pat Dowd of the Lake George Association said, “They are checking for human waste in storm sewers and water pipes and anything else running down to the lake.”

The dogs …

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