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‘gaslight’ plan falls through

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

Plans have been scrapped to open the restaurant “gaslight” in the former Bistro Tallulah space at 26 Ridge Street. Building owner Charles Mineo is now looking to lease the first-floor restaurant space, with the chef and staff intact.

“We decided to go in a different direction,” Chuck Mineo told The Chronicle.

“The space is fully equipped and turn-key, with an executive chef, Colin Miner, …

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Our February 28 issue

South High Marathon Dance issue | Full schedule of activities and marathon recipients. Sectionals at the Cool: Lake George, GF boys both play on Friday, 3/1. ‘gaslight’ plan falls through. Old Navy Express coming to outlets. Ryan Moore as Warren County Administrator winning praise that’s bipartisan. Gastroenterology Associates buys Irongate building for $2.43-million. Concerts, comedy, shows… The Chronicle always has the region’s best Arts & Entertainment section!

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Funiciello sells Rock Hill Cafe building to Pattens; 1 eatery will morph into 2

By Cathy DeDe & Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle Managing & News Editors

Matt Funiciello signed a contract Friday to sell the 19 Exchange Street building housing his Rock Hill Cafe to Chris Patten and his wife Sara. Mr. Patten, 34, is the South Glens Falls native who is redoing the century-old former hotel building that housed Mikado at the corner of Glen and South Streets in Glens Falls.

Sara Patten tells …

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Our February 21 issue

Prime-Time Seniors issue | Funiciello sells Rock Hill Cafe building to Pattens. The plight & fight of GF Hospital. Vinnie Santilli of SGF: Champion wrestler, singer and SHMD chair. Free prom dresses available in Argyle. Trucks through the ice; Dan says play it safe! FitzGerald Morris firm wins challenge on how new office is assessed. Concerts, comedy, shows… The Chronicle always has the region’s best Arts & Entertainment section!

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Our February 14 issue

Insurance & Investing issue | Garrow’s niece was executed for murder. Getting a handle on Brian Bronzino. Trump honoree at State of Union was a Holocaust WW2 rescuee on Magdeburg train, Rozell book topic. GF Hospital now ‘Stroke Center,’ patients can be helicoptered in. Bartholomew
makes the case for PILOT deals with developers. Adk. Trust will close Maple St. branch when they open near Exit 18. Concerts, comedy, shows… The

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