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Our December 7 issue

Shop Dix Avenue | Attacking Glens Falls ‘zombie’ houses. Former Native Textiles building and land sells for $3.3-million. The end of Glens Falls 2-screen movie theater as 190 Grille closes? Sophie Tougas. New Cumberland Farms coming to busy intersection? Harbor Freight discount tool biz proposed for former Ray Supply site. ‘Bill Dineen Night’ Saturday, Dec. 9 at Thunder game. This issue is loaded with things to do for the holiday …

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Our November 30 issue

Home for the Holidays! | Festival of Trees this weekend. House tour in Glens Falls & Queensbury. Mike Grasso’s side of the story. Cumberland Farms eyes intersection north of outlets for new store. Some good numbers for Cool Arena. 29th Christmas in Warrensburgh Friday – Sunday. Adirondack Voices holiday concert on Dec. 5. Lots of real estate listings… Find your dream home! Concerts, comedy, shows… Page after page of things …

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Our November 22 issue

Happy Thanksgiving! | Big 52 page issue. Queensbury Radio Shack one of only 16 left, from 7,300. Parade quickly hit stride. Mark talks turkey. Rotary triumph: Women’s Suffrafge banquet. Glens Falls Hospital plans to outsource its Emergency Room physicians and PAs as of Dec. 1. Glens Falls Coalition paying $8,000 a month in interest while it waits for NYS $$. Queensbury School breaks ground on $40-million high-tech high school. So

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Our November 16 issue

Winter Prep issue | South Glens Falls Holiday Parade is Sunday! High School sports hits peak! Chris Hughes of Glens Falls wins NYS cross-country title. NYS Volleyball championships this weekend in Glens Falls. West & Gore ratchet up ski facilities. Jennifer Switzer breaks through in Queensbury. SGF rallies for the Washburns. Joyce Stock Snuggery officially debuts. Lighted Tractor Parade in Greenwich this Saturday. Lake George Polar Plunge this Saturday also. …

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Our November 9 issue

Election Results issue | Chronicle Book Fair success. Chris Gibson pushes drastic change. The miracle return of the missing cat, Tom. Symphony & soloist: Stupendous. 4 local teams seek state titles. Work proceeds on 5 Culvert Street. Bed tax clash. Max in Europe. Lots of real estate listings… Find your dream home! Concerts, comedy, shows… Page after page of things to do. The Chronicle always has the region’s best Arts

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