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Our January 23 issue

Winter Home issue Ice rinks made in their own backyards. Car show fallout. Nettle Meadow cheese’s big move to Luzerne. Finders Keepers consignment opening 2nd shop, in outlets. Aviator closes ‘til spring’; Chef Denver departs. Glens Falls eyes reval; first since 2005. Ice Bars! Concerts, comedy, shows… The Chronicle always has the region’s best Arts & Entertainment section!

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Our January 16 Issue

Health & Fitness issue 4 of 5 Valenza family members to Middle East for military service. Donates kidney to save her step-son. Rock Hill Cafe completes its move, goes full vegan. Moreschi to run for Warren Co. Judge; GOP nod to Rob Smith; Hobbs drops bid, turns Democrat. Blais: Car Show ‘has outgrown’ LG Village’ Flu is ‘at full force now’; docs’ advice. Radici Kitchenb & Bar official opening Jan. …

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Our January 9 Issue

Wedding issue Baptist Church sale falls through. Our 2020 big events schedule. Dialysis demand outruns Glens Falls facility. LG motel owners, Kenny kin, buy 196 Glen, downtown: $435,000. Meanwhile in Mexico City. Lake George to get $9.4-million more from NYS for sewage plant. Coming soon: 7 ice bars! Braymer enters Assembly race. Sheriff Murphy strikes a nerve on bail reform: 3 days, 58,000 Facebook friends. SGF laundromat sold: $1.05-million. Concerts, …

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Our December 26 issue

New Year issue Dream trip for Lanoir boys; skate with star Jack Hughes. 2020 vision. Elizabeth Miller starts work at 15-25 Park: 5 apartments, offices, ‘different type tavern’ Finch Paper CEO Deba Mukherjee update upbeat. Rick Pitino coaches Jimmer in Greece: 15 points per game, ‘very good defense’ Tradition! New Year’s Day LG Polar Plunge. Concerts, comedy, shows… The Chronicle always has the region’s best Arts & Entertainment section!

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Our December 19 issue

Christmas Album issue Glens Falls’ Christmas Eve Road March. Hot race on tap: Warren County Judge. North Creek Depot Museum prez favors rails, not trails. Colin Bannon, Lake George grad, sells script to Netflix ‘high six figures’ Sam’s Diner raises record $61,500 for Operation Santa. Beaty & Wood enter Assembly race; Horicon’s Simpson in too. Great Escape to relocate contested 165-foot Adk. Outlaw ride. JUST Water looks to sell or …

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