Saturday, April 10, 2021

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Our April 8 front page

Spring Home Issue ‘Our house in Vermont’ Schumer touts the ‘Rescue’ Warren County Airport solar farm proposed. Crandall reopens. Patten’s apt. plan tabled again. Adk. Theatre Festival in the Wood: July-Aug. GOP & Conservative edge grows in
21st Cong. District. Concerts, comedy, shows… The Chronicle always has the region’s best Arts & Entertainment section!

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Our April 1 front page

Health & Fitness Quarterly Covid shots. No ‘Taste’ til ’22. J. Reid men’s store exits mall; opens on Glen St., downtown. Stefanik: $3-million for Hudson Headwaters Health Network. Patten apartment plan at Glen & Bay goes to Planning Board on April 6. Feeder Canal sink hole near Warren St. being repaired. Regal movies to re-open May 14 at Aviation Mall. Concerts, comedy, shows… The Chronicle always has the region’s best

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Our March 25 front page

Women in Business issue: 32 pages! Marathon Dance to the Great Escape. JG3 in the Sweet 16. Watchdog gets LDC seat. Cathy’s rotten turkey saga. Finch at peak pulpwood. Covid vaccination now open to those 50 & up. HF Strand goes live on April 2. Larry Bennett, former town supervisor, stable mainstay, teacher, has died at 82. Concerts, comedy, shows… The Chronicle always has the region’s best Arts & Entertainment

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Fitzy the barber of Fort Edward

By Mark Frost, Chronicle Editor

“Fitzy” Fitzsimmons grew up on Third Street in Glens Falls, graduated from St. Mary’s Academy and fondly recalls the heyday when downtown sidewalks on Thursday nights filled with “people going out to meet people.”

But Fitzy, given name Harold Patrick, is wholly Fort Edward now. “I came down here in ’62 and been here ever since. It’s my 59th year,” says the proprietor of Fitzy’s …

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Chris Patten persists

By Cathy DeDe, Chronicle Managing Editor

Despite opposition including from Mayor Dan Hall, Chris Patten is holding firm to his plan to buy and develop the wedge of current green space he is under contract to buy from 333 Glen at the intersection of Glen and Bay Streets.

Now he envisions building 43 apartments, with no mixed use.

He told The Chronicle he plans to submit “fully comprehensive, fully conforming …

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