Saturday, April 10, 2021

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Our May 14 front page

Prime Time Seniors Issue! Push quickens to reopen. DEC: Docks going in at LG. Washington County preps steps to reopen. LeRoux boomed at Mother’s Day reopening; plans outdoor seating. Carrie Woerner: Start racing at Belmont (then in Saratoga). Drive-thru food pantry big success at Washington County Fairgrounds. Shirt Factory’s Food Truck Corrals return; big changes. Music, art, more now live online! Concerts, comedy, shows… The Chronicle always has the region’s

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Our May 7 front page

Mother’s Day Issue! Talk mom to us. Mayor Hall’s grandson battles leukemia. Hudson Headwaters expands Covid tests. 163 Taproom in LG, urges: Take free meals!, via customer donors. Push still on to save Saratoga Racing season. 19 Warren County COVID deaths, most lived in nursing homes. Warren County drive-thru food pantry fed more than 2,000. Music, art, more now live online! Concerts, comedy, shows… The Chronicle always has the region’s

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Our April 30 front page

Legal Issue! Tough fight, beat COVID. Hearing from the 3 staffers now living 24/7 at Open Door Homeless Shelter. Salvation Army Drive-Thru Food Pantry. Delayed proms & unresolved commencements. Argyle Cheese Farmer store open at former Lewis Super, HF. SUNY Adk. graduation: Virtual, June 9. Laments changes in NY law on longterm care at home. Music, art, more now live online! Concerts, comedy, shows… The Chronicle always has the region’s

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Our April 30 issue

Lawn & Garden Issue! Boating & golf get NYS limited OK. No hugs for Betty: ‘Nobody wants to kill grandma’ Carrie Woerner: Planning for what’s next… Saratoga Racetrack: Can it open? Crowd? Kelly Casey of GF, a nurse on NYC frontline. Senate hopefuls Stec & Davis split on lifting PAUSE. Music, art, more now live online! Concerts, comedy, shows… The Chronicle always has the region’s best Arts & Entertainment section!

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Our April 16 issue

Sign Up for The Chronicle Email List! Cuomo Covid Fauci Trump. How Lake George’s leaders see things. No slowdown in the egg business. Hudson Headwaters: Some optimism Covid won’t hit here as hard, but urges: Follow the rules. John Strough envisions strong tourism season in summer, fall. Sorrentino’s in SGF: Selling ‘tons’ of meat. Glens Falls Y: Closed but busy; most members still paying dues. Music, art, more now live …

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