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Our January 31 issue

Lake George Winter Carnival issue | Garrow movie draws intense interest. When is Lake George ice safe? He’s ‘Mr. 4,000’ – Joseph Girard III. Who’s squeezed most by tax-exempt property? Travis Whitehead to run for Queensbury Supervisor. Elizabeth Miller, for $500,000, buys 15 Park, across from her Park Theater. Warren Cty. Sheriff race shaping up as Lamouree vs. LaFarr. Adirondack Trust sets branch east of Exit 18, at 79 Main …

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David Johnson puts GF Dango’s, 3 more for sale

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

David Johnson has listed his initial cornerstone Dango’s on Maple Street and three other restaurant bars for sale.

He’s asking $545,000 for Dango’s, the business founded by his late father Dan; $350,000 for Abbott’s Corner Grill in South Glens Falls; $495,000 for Dango’s Dugout, also in South Glens Falls; and $299,500 for Dango’s in Corinth.

Contacted for comment, Mr. Johnson, 51, said, “Times change, …

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Owners of [forged] to open [farmacy] at former Gold Star, 20 Ridge St.

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

AJ and Christina Richards, owners of [forged] restaurant in the former county courthouse in Hudson Falls, plan to open a second restaurant called [farmacy] in Glens Falls at 20 Ridge Street.

It’s the former Goldstar Catering site in the 18-22 Ridge Street building purchased by Brian Bronzino for $330,000 on Nov. 27.

Mrs. Richards told The Chronicle the space is undergoing “a cosmetic face …

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‘gaslight.’ nears opening in ex-Tallulah space; Colin Miner, Wbg. native, is chef

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

Warrensburg native Colin Miner who pursued his career in Chicago will be the executive chef at Frank Mineo’s soon to open “gaslight.” in the former Bistro Tallulah location at 21 Ridge Street, Glens Falls.

Mr. Miner provided a taste of his fare last weekend at the 10th annual Albany Chefs’ Food & Wine Festival. He served caramelized onion paté, sweet potato bisque with kombu-poached …

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End of the mug shot?

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

Governor Andrew Cuomo plans legislation to ban police release of mug shots and arrest information as an “unwanted invasion of personal privacy,” the Albany Times-Union Brendan Lyons reports.

The Jan. 18 story quoted a Cuomo spokesman as saying the proposed amendment to Freedom of Information law is meant to combat websites that post arrest information and photos online and then try to have those …

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