Thursday, September 16, 2021

Chronicle Front Page

Our July 8 front page

Health & Fitness Quarterly When Robert Garrow’s murders, manhunt terrified the Adks. Islands
of Lake George: Rush. Rock Hill Cafe reopens after 16-month halt. Cuomo declares gun violence ‘emergency’; Stec, Simpson: Flouts legislators. Stec welcomes new EpiPen law. Saratoga Track opens Thurs. 7/15. 3-man race for Wbg. supervisor in November; Geraghty, York, Larkin. Canoe Race,’ 8/7. Concerts, comedy, shows… The Chronicle always has the region’s best Arts & Entertainment section!

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Our July 1 front page

Happy 4th of July! Fireworks schedule. Suddenly, so busy! Events abound, July 4 and all summer. Glens Falls Symphony free concert at Crandall Park on July 24. Now ‘Coach’s Corner’ is wherever Jack Celeste parks it. Blais expects ‘one of largest crowds ever’: LG 4th of July. The Cambridge aftermath. Is Covid over? Ginelle Jones says, not so fast. Glen at Hiland breaks ground on $26.7-million project. Concerts, comedy, shows… …

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Our June 24 front page

Huge Graduation Issue! Chad’s launch: Space-themed candy store at French Mountain Commons. Explored Aurora in the Finger Lakes. Ham Radio Day. Great Escape: No longer have to buy tickets in advance. Dix Ave. rebuild is far from done. Chef Darrell’s Mountain Diner opens in Blue Mountain Lake. Argyle plane crash injures Salem pilot, 80. Saratoga racing: 100% capacity. Concerts, comedy, shows… The Chronicle always has the region’s best Arts &

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Our June 17 front page

Father’s Day issue Putorti will challenge Stefanik. Coleman store left; manager aims to fill void. Cambridge ‘wrestled’ w/ Indians. Sagamore: We expect big summer, but ‘plenty of availability’ Jeeps ‘Invade’ Stony Creek & LG, June 18-20. Ft. William Henry sells Best Western in LG: $4.6 million. Concerts, comedy, shows… The Chronicle always has the region’s best Arts & Entertainment section!

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Our June 10 front page

Celebrate Summer Hot race in Warrensburg. Splash Pad is a hit! F.R. Smith & Sons Marina sold. Andrew Giuliani wants to run. Mask rules ease at some schools. Our intern tries Crandall Park’s new Disc Golf. ReUse/Recycle event June 12: WGF Firehouse. Concerts, comedy, shows… The Chronicle always has the region’s best Arts & Entertainment section!

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