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Now’s the prom

By Cathy DeDe, Chronicle Managing Editor

High school prom season starts this Saturday, April 13, when Glens Falls, Queensbury, Argyle and Greenwich all break out the gowns, tuxedos, limos and corsages. Here’s a prom overview.

Glens Falls: ‘Midnight’

Time & place:Saturday, April 13, 7-11 p.m. at The Great Escape Lodge.

Theme: Under the Midnight Sun. Tickets: $75.

Grand March: 5:30 p.m. in the high school gymnasium. Admission is …

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Our April 11 issue

Spring Home issue | Qby. School adds hands-on building trades courses. Now’s the prom. 3 from Jethro Tull in return to The Strand. Common Roots has site for temporary brewery, tap room in SGF; seeks board okay. Saratoga Hospital plans urgent care at former Carl R’s site. Sold-out, upbeat Dancing with the Adk. Stars raises $25,000 for CWI. Jim Fuchs’ dramatic LG ‘ice out’ video rules Internet. Sign of spring? …

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Our April 4 issue

Health & Fitness Quarterly issue | Popular DJ Mike DuBray overcame so much, shares his story. Bonacio buys Sandy’s bldg. $305,000. GF: Rein in the dogs. Planned ‘gaslight.’ chef Colin Miner at Queensbury Hotel. GF adds $5 per seat to outdoor dining permit fee. [farmacy] restaurant at 22 Ridge St. opens. Common Roots benefit Sunday, at the Qby. Hotel. Jimmer’s new son, Taft. Jacob Houston at Hyde. Concerts, comedy, shows… …

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Popular DJ Mike DuBray overcame so much, shares his story

By Cathy DeDe, Chronicle Managing Editor

At 5-foot-1, Michael DuBray considers himself lucky to have reached the heights he has, figuratively — and literally.

The well-known WCKM radio personality and non-stop local deejay, emcee and community contributor rarely talks about it, but as a kid and young teen growing up in Cropseyville, outside Troy, Mike underwent experimental research treatments for growth hormone deficiency.

For about a decade of his young …

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GF adds $5 per seat to outdoor dining permit fee

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

Starting this summer, restaurants with outdoor seating on city property will have to pay a per seat fee of $5 plus $50 for an annual permit. It takes effect June 1.

The Common Council passed the amendment unanimously at its Feb. 12 meeting. Previously, the annual charge was $40 with no added fee for number of seats.

Contacted for comment, Mayor Dan Hall said …

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