Wednesday, September 23, 2020

Chronicle Front Page

Our September 17 front page

Health & Fitness Quarterly Blais is blazing mad re non-car show. Month 6 into the Covid crisis. How the Log Jam’s doing. Rabid fox. Hemlock invasive found on 1.5 miles of Lake George pristine shoreline. Prospect Mountain summit reopens; road, free, to 11/11. Decker sentence: 8 to 24 years; theft of NYS grant funds. New team at Roaring Brook Ranch: It’s open. Concerts, comedy, shows… The Chronicle always has the

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Our September 10 front page

Back to School ‘Christmas in September’ at Log Bay nets $10,000 for Operation Santa. Teachers, principals optimism as school resumes. Drellos wins big. Crandall Park update. Juicin Jar will expand in Milk & Honey space. Moreau sewer update: ‘Pipes in the ground next summer’ LG Restaurant Week: Fall food themes, to honor staff and eateries. Christmas in September, Log Bay, Operation Santa,Concerts, comedy, shows… The Chronicle always has the region’s

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Our September 3 front page

40th Anniversary Issue – 60 Pages! Thank you Northern New York! Lots of historic photos and stories. Rattlesnakes found at GF Cemetery. Adirondack Nationals cancelled. Tuesday, Sept. 8: Crandall reopens, 2 days a week for ‘pop-in’ visits only. Garrow movie to show at Glen Drive-In on 9/10. LG Music Fest aims to take Drive-In route in 10th season. Concerts, comedy, shows… The Chronicle always has the region’s best Arts &

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Our August 27 front page

April Fools Greatest Hits! Boating boom continues. Her hunch was right: Counted 7 loons in Eagle Lake census. Bennett’s Riding Stables in Luzerne busy. Whitehall floods after 6-inch rain. Concerts, comedy, shows… The Chronicle always has the region’s best Arts & Entertainment section!

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Our August 20 front page

More Reopenings! 150 boats in Trump parade on Lake George. Tense rally but some common ground? Bowling alleys finally get OK. Stefanik: Tedra Cobb ‘backs out’ of debate on Spectrum cable. ‘Housewives of NJ’ filmed in Bolton, but left Morgan hanging. Fort Salem Theatre in new hands: Kyle & Jared West. Concerts, comedy, shows… The Chronicle always has the region’s best Arts & Entertainment section!

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