Wednesday, February 28, 2024

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Our December 7 front page

First Look: ‘Winter’s Dream’! Car Wash and Steve’s Place. Kennys sell Adirondack Outlet Mall. Hochul by 12/31 likely to decide: Move most local elections to even years, on federal, state schedule, with Prez & Gov. 100 attend GF School workshop seeking to lower 26% absent rate. Hickory Ski gets funding, can open lifts. Historic Salem corner vacant again; Jacko’s revival as small plates kitchen, bar, music ends. Minogues stores renamed …

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Our November 30 front page

So many holiday happenings! This Beagle runs with Great Danes. New Way Lunch closing its Qby. location. Why so much difference in local gas prices. Showcase moment! 26% of GF students missed more than 18 days of school; forum set on Dec. 4. Hickory Ski plea: Buy season passes so we can buy insurance & open. Alltown Fresh: ‘We’re trying to change the mindset of gas station food’ We sought …

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Our November 22 front page

Happy Thanksgiving! Biochar. SGF Parade. Got his Purple Heart at 102; took 80 years… Quirky paint job gives blank building a personality! Schermerhorn proposes 100+ apartments on Quaker Road. ‘Winter Realms’ opens in LG, Friday. Thanksgiving Day: Free dinners in GF & Argyle; wobbles & runs. Festival of Trees at Queensbury Hotel. Paul Smith’s light display returns: Clayton Ave., GF. ‘Holiday Lights’ in Washington County. Doug Duell, pitcher on Ithaca …

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Our November 16 front page

GO Lake George Volleyball! Launches her own medical practice. South Glens Falls Holiday Parade is Sunday. Greenwich Tractor Parade is Saturday. Vote charts. The Community Chapel of West Glens Falls closes. Stewart’s closes an Albany shop: ‘Theft, robberies, threats’. Pickup crashed into Lukoil GF store wall. 1,800 pounds of turkey: GF Hometown Thanksgiving! GF Community Theatre plays Addams Family. Maury Thompson wins John D. Austin Contribution to History Award. Concerts, …

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Our November 9 front page

Kusnierz ousted in Moreau. Jimmer to 2024 Olympics. Mighty Friday in Glens Falls. Fort William Henry ‘Winter Dream’ transformation is under way. What’s to become of the South Street Community Pavilion? Christmas is back! Paul Smith’s light display returns to Clayton Ave. Eric Unkauf offers Shirt Factory for Farmers Market; eyes pavilion too. Angler drowns in Washington County. Concerts, comedy, shows… The Chronicle always has the region’s best Arts &

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