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Sen. Schumer ‘inspired’ after touring historic Hudson Falls buildings

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

“This is the kind of thing that makes my job so great,” said Sen. Charles Schumer, the top Democrat in the United States Senate, as he toured four historic buildings in downtown Hudson Falls on Friday, Dec. 8.

“To see all of the activity and the revitalization and the hope in all of these buildings I visited is inspiring.”

Sen. Schumer, with Secret Service …

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Experts: No worry, birds are here

By David Cederstrom, Chronicle Staff Writer

Many people in the area have noticed a lack of birds at their feeders this fall, but Jim Farquhar, chief of the Bureau of Wildlife at the state Department of Environmental Conservation, tells The Chronicle that the birds are around, but have been actively foraging on natural foods.

“There’s nothing to indicate that there’s any issues” with bird population numbers, he said.

Mr. Farquhar …

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Susan Siplon & Bridget Dunigan to run GF’s new Park Theater

By Cathy DeDe, Chronicle Managing Editor

Elizabeth Miller has chosen Susan Siplon as executive director and Bridget Dunigan as managing director of her massively renovated Park Theater in Glens Falls, The Chronicle has learned.

They’ll both begin work Dec. 18. The theater, on Park Street downtown, aims to open in February or March.

“What a gift Elizabeth Miller is giving to the community, to literally just build this,” Mrs. Siplon …

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Our December 14 issue

Last Minute Shopping! | NYS: Pay up, Aeon Nexus. Kenny Rogers in Glens Falls. Schumer in Hudson Falls. New Park Theater management. Don’t worry about the birds. Post-Star litter case in court Dec. 18. Mark: Nikki Haley for President 2020. Radio Shack to close for good on December 31st. Hudson Falls to get O’Reilly Auto Parts store at former Rite-Aid location. This issue is loaded with things to do for …

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Cumberland Farms consultant: ‘Minor’ traffic impact if it puts store north of outlet plazas

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

An evaluation done for Cumberland Farms by VHB Engineering says a proposed convenience store at the intersection of Routes 9 and 149 north of the factory outlets in Queensbury “is expected to have a minor impact on local traffic operations.”

The 52-page report was filed with the Town of Queensbury in advance of the project’s being a discussion item before the Planning Board on …

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