Monday, December 11, 2023


Our August 21 issue

Lots of big news this week! Be sure to grab a copy of The Chronicle at your favorite location. More Civic Center details and Rich Schermerhorn’s offer. Buck Bryan to donate $1 million to the Lake George Association. Sergeant Eddie Ryan of Lake George to be featured on the American Heroes channel this Saturday. Antique boats come to Lake George this Saturday also! As usual, the Arts section is loaded …

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Krogmann tosses GF school lawsuit on Finch’s taxes

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

State Supreme Court Judge David Krogmann Monday threw out the Glens Falls City School District’s lawsuit seeking a larger share of school taxes paid by Finch Paper.

Judge Krogmann’s nine-page decision upheld the school district’s legal standing and its right to file the Article 78 lawsuit, but held that it waited too long to take action. He cited a four-month statute of limitations from …

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Our August 14 issue

We have a big 56 page issue this week, highlighting Washington County and its iconic county fair, which opens on Monday, August 18. The auction for the Civic Center is still on for Monday and could prove to be quite interesting (see pages 3, 7). Our David Cederstrom test drives the Tesla Model S electric car. Gordon’s gives an overview of the Lake George fishery. And 12 pages filled with …

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Pottersville-based ‘Railroads on Parade’ seeks rescue, urgently

Railroads on ParadeChronicle editor Mark Frost writes: Clarke and Barbara Dunham have issued an urgent call for help to save their elaborate model train attraction, Railroads On Parade, off Northway Exit 26, Pottersville.

They said the unidentified financial backer who enabled them to open Railroads On Parade is now exiting the project.

Their Website announces: “At the conclusion of the 2014 season Railroads On Parade will be seeking a new year-round location …

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Our August 7 issue

It’s our Prime Time Seniors issue! Lots of news, events, things to do! At 82, Joyce Falkenbury emerges as local acting star. First in New York – “Foot Golf” comes to Fort Ann! Can Railroads on Parade be saved? New outlet stores coming to Lake George. And of course, our great events calendar section…so much summer fun still happening.

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