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Total redo of a Glens Falls classic

Chris Patten, 34, buys & remakes 274 Glen

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

“When I was in college, I heard that more millionaires are made in real estate than any other line of work,” says 34-year-old South Glens Falls native Chris Patten. “One of my instructors, J. Buckley Bryan, Jr., said it, and it inspired me.” The college was Adirondack Community, now SUNY Adirondack, and Mr. Patten took Mr. …

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Craft on 9 Restaurant moving to 274 Glen Street

By Mark Frost, Chronicle Editor

Craft on 9, the Tallulah-style eatery on Route 9 in Moreau, is doing a total renovation of the former Mikado space in downtown Glens Falls and will relocate there sometime in 2019.

“I’m friends with C.J.,” said Rob Murphy, 30-year-old chef-owner of Craft 9, referring to Chris Patten, the redeveloper of 274 Glen Street at the corner of South.

“He’d dined here a few times, …

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Our December 27 issue

New Year’s Eve issue | Chris Patten buys and remakes 274 Glen. Rob Murphy to move Craft on 9 Restaurant to 274 Glen. We ask: accomplishments and goals. Ridin’ Hy opens main lodge after fire. Local Marine Corps League completes 3rd annual ‘Toys for Girls & Boys’ Mark asked: Are you optimistic or pessimistic about America? Tradition! New Year’s Day Polar Plunge into Lake George. Concerts, comedy, shows… The Chronicle

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Our December 20 issue

Christmas Album issue | Rock Hill Cafe to close. 15th Christmas Eve Road March. Conover vs. Beatty. Hyde’s new CEO. Sam’s Diner raises $37,500 for Operation Santa. Glens Falls ‘Pocket Park’ plan. GF also gets $1.5 million grant for South Street parking garage. Warren County’s plastic bag plan ‘tweaked’. Adirondack Thunder Teddy Bear Toss. Concerts, comedy, shows… The Chronicle always has the region’s best Arts & Entertainment section!

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Ash Anand’s latest: Mexican eatery at Ashe’s in Warrensburg

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

Ash Anand, the India-born Warrensburg entrepreneur, is adding a Mexican restaurant to his growing list of businesses in northern Warren County.

Ocho Cinco Cantina, a 50-seat eatery, should be open by Christmas in his renovated Ashe’s Hotel building at 85 Hudson Street, Mr. Anand told The Chronicle.

“This continues our efforts to try to provide things in Warrensburg that it didn’t have before,” he …

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