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Rock Hill Cafe completes its move, goes full vegan

By Cathy DeDe, Chronicle Managing Editor

After a year of preparation, Matt Funiciello’s Rock Hill Bakehouse Cafe reopens this week at 18 Curran Lane in Glens Falls behind and next-door to the Shirt Factory. Both buildings are owned by Eric Unkauf.

The bakery moved from its long-time home in a shopping plaza in Moreau north of Northway Exit 17.

Mr. Funiciello’s new 28-seat cafe will be entirely vegan.

The cafe …

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Our January 9 Issue

Wedding issue Baptist Church sale falls through. Our 2020 big events schedule. Dialysis demand outruns Glens Falls facility. LG motel owners, Kenny kin, buy 196 Glen, downtown: $435,000. Meanwhile in Mexico City. Lake George to get $9.4-million more from NYS for sewage plant. Coming soon: 7 ice bars! Braymer enters Assembly race. Sheriff Murphy strikes a nerve on bail reform: 3 days, 58,000 Facebook friends. SGF laundromat sold: $1.05-million. Concerts, …

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Dream trip for Lanoir boys; skate with star Jack Hughes

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

It’s been a challenging year for Brodie and Reece Lanoir, as well as for their mom Ann, after their dad Adam Lanoir died suddenly in October 2018 at the age of 42.

Adam, a hockey player from the age of three, played on two state championship teams for Glens Falls High School, and was a coach and good-will ambassador for the Adirondack Youth Hockey …

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Elizabeth Miller starts work at 15-25 Park: 5 apartments, offices, ‘different type tavern’

Chronicle Managing Editor Cathy DeDe writes: Developer Elizabeth Miller told The Chronicle she is beginning renovation of the three-story, 15,000-square foot building that she purchased from the Lebowitz family earlier this year at 15-25 Park Street across the street from her Park Theater and Doc’s Restaurant.

She said she expects to create five apartments on the top floor, two or three office spaces on the second floor and retail on …

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Finch Paper CEO Deba Mukherjee upbeat update

Editor’s note: The Chronicle interviewed Finch Paper president and CEO Deba Mukherjee, along with Chief Financial Officer Alex Rotolo and vice president of human resources Tracey Riley, on Aug. 20. Finally here’s meaty stuff from that interview.

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Finch Paper president and CEO Deba Mukherjee told The Chronicle (in August): “Maybe it’s time to give you an update on us. I’ve been here since 2013, and over the last six …

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