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Our February 20 issue

Prime Time Seniors issue Floyd Dumas’ remarkable life! Bag ban starts on March 1. Lewis Super property sold: $295,000. Chris Gibson is new president of Siena. Marathon Dance: Background checks on many volunteers & all the recipients. Washington County Fair sets ‘Blue Jean Ball,’ July 4 fireworks. Concerts, comedy, shows… The Chronicle always has the region’s best Arts & Entertainment section!

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Our February 13 issue

Valentine’s Weekend issue It was 40 years ago: U.S. beat Soviets in Lake Placid Olympics. Schermerhorn vs. Post-Star. Major real estate deals: The Mill owners buy 14 Hudson. Younger Kenny buys Georgian for $8.5-million. John Herlihy left $2.2-million each to GF Hospital & Crandall Library. Q&A with Rep. Stefanik. Special Olympics Fall Games will return Oct. 23-24. Cool! Behind the- scenes tour of Madison Square Garden. Week 3 of LG …

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The Mill owners buy 14 Hudson

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

The developers and investors who bought The Mill apartment complex in downtown Glens Falls in 2017 have purchased Sonny Bonacio’s 14 Hudson mixed-use building across the street, The Chronicle has learned.

Mark Rosen and Marc Paquin, and a number of partners and investors, bought the building that has 87 high-end apartments, Surgical Specialists of Glens Falls Hospital, SUNY Adirondack Culinary School and about 6,000 …

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Younger Kenny buys Georgian for $8.5-million

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

Dave S. Kenny, son of outlet mall developer and hotel owner Dave J. Kenny, and his wife Erin have bought the 158-room Georgian Lakeside Resort in Lake George for $8.5-million from New York City investors, confirms attorney Jon Lapper.

“The Georgian became available, and Dave and Erin saw an opportunity,” he said. “They plan on investing and improving the property. Some improvements will be …

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John Herlihy left $2.2-million each to GF Hospital & Crandall Library

Lifelong Glens Falls resident and attorney John Herlihy has left $2.2-million to Glens Falls Hospital and $2.2-million to Crandall Public Library.

Mr. Herlihy, who died in July 2019, and his late wife, Jeanne Ellsworth Herlihy, were Glens Falls natives and St. Mary’s Academy graduates, said the press release from the hospital and the library.

Mr. Herlihy graduated from Skidmore College and Albany Law School, and began his legal career as …

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