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JG3 announces college Sunday at Qby. Hotel; GW’s prediction

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

Glens Falls High School basketball standout Joseph Girard III will announce his college choice Sunday, Oct. 14, at 7 p.m., in the Queensbury Hotel’s Adirondack Room.

The all-time leading scorer in New York State history will select from his final six schools: Boston College, Duke, Michigan, Notre Dame, Penn State and Syracuse.

The most intensely recruited area athlete in recent memory, Girard also quarterbacks …

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Our October 11 issue

Destination Downtown issue | Tedra Cobb interview, Scoharie limo crash. Bolton Fire Dept. Centennial Parade, BBQ & more, Oct. 13. JG3 announcement Sunday. SGF schools monitoring all in-house emails & social media of HS students. In Washington, D.C. The Phillips Collection is nice museum, with some Adk. links. 3rd Adirondack Film Fest opens Thursday (Oct. 18). Pages of real estate listings… Find your dream home! Concerts, comedy, shows… The Chronicle

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Mineo’s new restaurant in Tallulah space: ‘gaslight.’

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

Frank Mineo’s planned restaurant in the former Bistro Tallulah space at 26 Ridge Street in Glens Falls will be called gaslight.

“Lower case ‘g’, with a period at the end,” he told The Chronicle.

He said the name “was a family effort. I tweaked it a little bit. I like the simplicity and satire. It wasn’t an easy process.”

Mr. Mineo’s father Charles bought …

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Dunham’s Bay Marina sold to O’Haras, who have Freedom Boat Club biz

By Mark Frost, Chronicle Editor

Matt and Rebecca O’Hara, who for the past three years have operated a Freedom Boat Club franchise at Beckley’s boats at Diamond Point on Lake George, now are buying their own marina, Dunham’s Bay, on the southeast shore.

Karen Howard, who has operated Dunham’s Bay since 1972, told The Chronicle that the sale closing is set for Thursday, Oct. 11. The price was not disclosed.…

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Dr. Brender might donate 20 acres to Glens Falls’s Tennis & Swim land buy

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

Even before the City of Glens Falls has completed its purchase of the 6.01-acre former Glens Falls Tennis & Swim Club, it is eyeing possible expansion of the envisioned environmental park by 20 acres.

The Common Council voted unanimously on Sept. 25 to buy the club property for $35,000 from Warren County, which took it over after the club shut down.

The land on …

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