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Mark: Harris Grocery in Lake Luzerne is unique!

By Mark Frost, Chronicle Editor

Want to visit a unique and interesting business? Check out Harris Grocery on Route 9N in Lake Luzerne, directly across the highway from New York State’s Fourth Lake Campground. It’s not just a store. It’s one personal, creative touch after another — on top of a history that embodies community and success.

I deliver Chronicles there every Thursday, but I’ve known proprietor Jim “Jungle” Mosher …

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GF will reveal farmers’ market design, Aug. 13

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

The City of Glens Falls will unveil the design of its South Street $6.5-million year-round farmers’ market at a public presentation on Tuesday, Aug. 13, at 5:30 p.m., at Crandall Library.

“It’s exciting,” said economic development director Ed Bartholomew. “I think you’ll like the design of the building. It’s a good look, and it will fit into the new South Street look.”

He said …

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Source: NYS will provide $7-million for LG sewer plant

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

Work has started on the Village of Lake George’s new wastewater treatment plant, and the State of New York is getting ready to help ease the financial load.

A source I view as credible says state officials will help fund the state-mandated $24-million plant with a grant of at least $7-million, maybe more.

“I’m still optimistic,” Village Mayor Robert Blais said when contacted. “I’m …

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Quite the snake on that ‘lily pad’

Ralph Reale took this photo Sunday of a large Northern Water Snake sunbathing on a “Lily Pad” in Log Bay on Lake George, and agreed to let us use it. It’s not clear if the swimmers in the background were even aware of their uninvited guest! The snake is not poisonous. There have been lots of reports of snakes swimming in Lake George, especially in and around Log Bay.

Copyright …

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‘Beau’ closes Adk. Theatre Festival on the highest note

Chronicle Managing Editor Cathy DeDe writes: In French, “Beau” means “beautiful man.” It’s a fitting title, then, for the Adirondack Theatre Festival’s final show of this summer season — a honky tonk musical that continues just tonight, Thursday, Aug. 8, and tomorrow, Friday, Aug. 9, at The Wood Theater in Glens Falls.

Be alert: Only a few tickets remained as of Tuesday night. Call: 480-4878.

Beau isn’t quite like anything …

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