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Chronicle Front Page

Our July 21 front page

Summer Home Issue Biochar delayed. Home sales new highs. World premiere! O’Keeffe-Stieglitz musical in Lake George. Hoffmans, father & daughter, buy, will restore 20 Maple. The deal on DiLo’s Doughnuts. Max in Peru. IDA OKs tax breaks for Bonacio South & Elm St. rebuilds. Sewage disaster on Warren St.; owner: Glens Falls should pay the damages. Corinth: 60-unit, affordable housing. Lake George eyes motel site: Permanent dorm for J-1 international …

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Our July 14 front page

Health & Fitness Quarterly Lost dog found! Bonacio parking. Waterslide buyer. Harvest Restaurant celebrates 50th year. Moreau Biochar battle, meeting Monday 7/18. Hoffman Car Wash plan for Rt. 9 Queensbury draws opposition. Easton child, 6, drowns. Taste of Diamond Point is Saturday. Concerts, comedy, shows… The Chronicle always has the region’s best Arts & Entertainment section!

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Our July 7 front page

So Much News! Vacationer’s lost dog in Glens Falls. Throng at Glens Falls Symphony’s Crandall Park concert. Warren County tax due 7/8. Queensbury enacts 5-day minimum stay on short-term rentals; vehicles; notice. Motorcyclist indicted in LG crash; killed 2, including boy, 8. Stefanik, Stec, Castelli on guns. Max Frost in Guyana. 12 hours, 25 bands, 14 artists: Gemfest. Concerts, comedy, shows… The Chronicle always has the region’s best Arts &

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Our June 30 front page

Independence Day issue Fireworks schedules. Lake George 4th: Biggest fireworks; plan for crowds. Married 75 years! Should LG Village be dissolved?. Warren County nixes gas tax cap. Bonacio South St. projects go to GF Planning Board July 5. Jimmer: 3 hoop camps. New Thunder coach is Pete MacArthur. Concerts, comedy, shows… The Chronicle always has the region’s best Arts & Entertainment section!

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Our June 23 front page

Graduation issue Luzerne has lost its restaurants. Spongy moths — formerly gypsy — abound. Queensbury’s Brigid Duffy to West Point; Air Force: Tyler Spaulding. Return of the Adirondack Wine & Food Festival. Lake George Village: 1st public dissolution meeting. Talking jobs: EDC speaker on the bad news (& some hope). Hudson Falls’s new Moran-Derby Park. Ham Radio Day atop Prospect Mtn., June 25-26. Nettle Meadow’s new tasting room/eatery. Concerts, comedy, …

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