Monday, December 11, 2023


Our November 2 front page

Giant 40 Page Election Issue Hot race: Moreau. United Way. Adirondack Stampede Rodeo at Cool Arena. Common Roots. GF Farmers Market moves to Aviation Mall. Tix on sale for LG’s new winter attractions. What should Ben do first? College hoops in GF 11/21; D-1 UAlbany with Jonathan Beagle from Hudson Falls. Hudson Headwaters opens GF Family Health on Larose Street. Abrupt end to 17-0 season: SGF girls fall to Burnt …

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Pit bull killed her female dachshund; says, so far, no justice

By Ben Westcott, Chronicle Staff Writer

Joan Burrall of South Glens Falls told The Chronicle that an attacking pit bull knocked her to the ground and killed one of her two beloved dachshunds Sept. 13 as she walked them near her home at Third Street and Maple Avenue. She said she’s distraught not just at the death of her dog but that authorities haven’t acted against the pit bull and …

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Halloween last call!

By Cathy DeDe, Chronicle Managing Editor

Halloween is back, with a full slate of “Spooky Season” events to prove it.

  • Fright Fest, weekends through October at The Great Escape. “Thrills by Day” Boo Fest for kids, “Frights by Night” scary stuff after 5.
  • BooTown, October weekends, Route 149, Fort Ann. Daytime family fun ($8). Nighttime interactive haunts with fire pit ($20). 818-601-1184 or at
  • Haunted House & Bake Sale,

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Wbg-LG-Bolton Wolverines went undefeated again; enter NYS Class D sectionals hopeful

By Ben Westcott, Chronicle Staff Writer

The Wolverines of Warrensburg-Lake George-Bolton finished a second straight undefeated football regular season beating 5-2 Canajoharie/Fort Plain, 50-26, on the road last Friday.

Last year the 8-0 Wolverines lost in the Class C state semifinals. This year they want to advance further.

They’re in Class D now and are ranked number three in New York State.

On Friday, Nov. 3, at 7 p.m, they …

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Hot race for Washington County Clerk

By Maury Thompson & Mark Frost, Chronicle Freelance & Editor

Stephanie Cronin of Kingsbury was twice elected Washington County Clerk as a Republican, but she seeks a third term as a Democrat after the Republican Committee instead endorsed Lisa Boyce, of the Town of Easton.

The job pays $90,000.

A key issue in the race is restricted access to the Department of Motor Vehicles and other county functions overseen by …

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