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Our May 16 front page

Prime Time Seniors! Her dog is a robot. Great Escape opens Saturday, 70th year; soon, new coaster, swan boats return. Glens Falls to celebrate its upgraded park. Billiards cafe, a dream fulfilled. Winter’s Dream: Coalition gives back $50,000 to County; Fort, Mannix & Dutcher forgo $$. Thunder win 4 in a row, take North Division; next vs. Florida Everblades. GF OK’s other flags for City Park, not City Hall or …

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Our May 9 front page

Happy Mother’s Day! Sales tax hike. Hannoush Jewelers comes to Queensbury. Lucky Puppy comes to Argyle. Tick boom! Supervisors now balk at $1-million to fund Joseph Warren Museum. Digital woes delayed Glen Drive-In opening; hope this week. Qby. Town Board votes 3-1 for zone change for townhomes at former Mead’s. Shirt Factory Food Truck Corrals return. Concerts, comedy, shows… The Chronicle always has the region’s best Arts & Entertainment section!

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Our May 2 front page

Legal Issue! Stefanik on Ukraine. Her life after loved ones were struck down. DiLo’s Donuts buys a building. Crystal Gayle, country icon, at Wood Aug. 29. Ice Castles’ ice rink did major damage to park. Elderwood in North Creek in peril; risk to 57 residents, 97 jobs. Schermerhorn Bloody Pond Road residences expects 5/14 OK. LGPC and LGA fire volleys on ProcellaCOR. Concerts, comedy, shows… The Chronicle always has the

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Our April 25 front page

Lawn & Garden Issue! Washington County Sheriff’s new simulator lets officers practice realistic gun situations. Pride flag divide. Chestnut push. Sagamore’s plans. Mayor & chief: On youth bike incidents. Kidnapper: 47 years. No leads yet on fatal hit & run, Big Boom Rd. GF, SGF, Qby. school musicals all nominated for Proctors awards show. County tables Joseph Warren museum, to consider newly sent biz plan. Boralex seeks 750-acre solar energy …

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Our April 18 front page

Spring home Issue! Next at former Sutton’s. Chef Denver’s new venture in GF. Youths on bikes incidents resume. Thunder playoffs. Pride flag. Hoffman Car Wash gets final approval at former Steve’s Place. GF Brewfest back at Cool Arena, Sat. Attempted murder charge in Glens Falls Jan. 24 shooting. Moreau Planning Board votes 4-2 for 191-unit housing project next to Moreau Rec Park. Concerts, comedy, shows… The Chronicle always has the

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