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Our June 16 issue

Father’s Day is Sunday! Summer events in full swing. LARAC, Zonta and more. Greens abhor Hillary. The return of ‘Let’s Be Leonard’ Breaking cycle of poverty. Volunteer firefighters 127th convention returns to Lake George. Fort Ann motocross plans divide town. Golub’s Market 32 groundbreaking in Fort Edward. Woof Stock in Chestertown this weekend. Max in Ukraine. Page after page of concerts, shows and things to do! The Chronicle has the

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Our June 9 issue

Americade is here! Warrensburg Bike Rally goes through Sunday. Queensbury Spartans baseball seek NY State baseball title. How Phil Morse hit it big. Bocce ball at Crandall Park? Eagle Flyer zipline coming later this summer. Regal Cinema expanding at Aviation Mall. Moreau EMS eyes expansion. Page after page of concerts, shows and things to do! The Chronicle has the region’s best Arts & Entertainment section!

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Our June 2 issue

Americade is coming! Warrensburg Bike Rally opens on Friday. Surfside on the Lake – $10-million upgrade. Cathy tries ‘Aerial Yoga’ in Lake George. Why Sarah island had no dock. Valedictorians. Cleverdale Store sold. Green Party candidate coming to area on Thursday. Granville’s Slate Valley Museum. Kline & Boyd optometry marks 30th. Max in Mexico. Lots of real estate listings. Looking for the arts, concerts, etc.? The Chronicle has the region’s

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Our May 26 issue

HUGE 60 page Memorial Day Weekend issue Special 16-page Washington County section. Chronicle talks to Megyn Kelly. Craft breweries and distilleries on the grow. Lake George’s 2nd King George fishing derby July 8-10. Build your own canoe in Lake Luzerne. Million $+ sales continue in Lake George. Korean War vet Mike Shattuck lauds Honor Flight. Warrensburg Memorial Day parade to feature WWII vehicles. Concert season is here! Looking for the

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Our May 19 issue

Whiteman Chevrolet’s 60th Anniversary Hispanic workers key in local dairy and slate industries. Another $2-miilion Lake George sale. Glens Falls PetFest Saturday. Thunder lose $1-million, season ticket up. City would sell Sandy’s back to Richie Mozal if back taxes paid. All 19 school budgets pass. Tori Riley – new CEO of ARCC. Ulrich, Booth to quit APA board. Choral teachers, Pam Granger and Penny Schiek to retire. Looking for the

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