Monday, December 11, 2023


Glens Falls Symphony’s kids opera at Warrensburg: A game-changer!

By Cathy DeDe, Chronicle Managing Editor

What a wow!

More than 1,400 students from seven school districts attended three performances in one day of Lucinda and the Poinsettias, a children’s opera put on by the Glens Falls Symphony with singers from the Seagle Festival of Schroon Lake at the new state-of-the-art auditorium at Warrensburg Junior-Senior High School.

First: On the record, the emotional blast of excitement was palpable over this …

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Our November 30 front page

So many holiday happenings! This Beagle runs with Great Danes. New Way Lunch closing its Qby. location. Why so much difference in local gas prices. Showcase moment! 26% of GF students missed more than 18 days of school; forum set on Dec. 4. Hickory Ski plea: Buy season passes so we can buy insurance & open. Alltown Fresh: ‘We’re trying to change the mindset of gas station food’ We sought …

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2 people attacked by possible fisher at Hudson Pointe in Queensbury

Two people were bitten by an animal believed to be a fisher in two incidents today, Nov. 29, at Hudson Pointe Nature Preserve in Queensbury, the Warren County Department of Public Health said.
The State DEC responded to “Hudson Pointe Nature Preserve this afternoon, located an aggressive fisher and killed it. It will be tested for rabies. During the effort to locate it, the fisher bit a person who was

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GFSD: 26% of students missed 18+ days in 2022-23, 400+ ‘chronically absent;’ to hold Community workshop 12/4

Citing 400+ “chronically absent” students, Glens Falls City School District announced that it will hold a “a community workshop to break down barriers to K-12 student attendance and success.”

The District said “Chronic absenteeism has more than doubled nationwide and Glens Falls has not been immune to this trend. In the 2022-23 school year, 26% of GFSD’s 1,882 students missed more than 18 days of school.”

“While this ratio aligns …

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Quirky paint job gives blank building a personality!

By Mark Frost, Chronicle Editor

I remember when the building was home to the meat purveyor Double-A Provisions, but for decades it’s been non-descript apartments across the street from Glens Falls Hospital.

I took notice when a painting project started that was fun and gave the building a personality.

When I saw the artist — who turned out to be Rachael Rhianna — at work on a recent Saturday, I …

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