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Our August 29 Issue

Labor Day issue Autumn Adirondack Family inside. Adirondack Independence Music Fest returns!. Stefanik, on Israel. 274 Glen rebirth is nearly complete. Morgan Smith of South Glens Falls kicking for Franklin Pierce football. 100,000 came to the Fair, soft but ‘we’re happy.’ Concerts, comedy, shows… The Chronicle always has the region’s best Arts & Entertainment section!

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Our August 22 issue

Autumn Preview. Mayor Blais at Fenway: ‘Best day of my life’ Washington County Fair runs to Sunday. Kayaker, 82, hit by motorboat, badly injured. Algal bloom closes Moreau Lake beach. Finch Paper entity buys family-owned French Paper Co. Wild Adriatic in Lake George to ‘Rock the Dock’ Hudson Falls Derby Park gets $150,000 from Sandy Hill Foundation. Susan Harrington of Argyle killed in crash with Washington Co. Sheriff vehicle said …

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Our August 15 issue

Washington County Chronicle. Salmon fishing comeback on Lake George, Washington County Fair starts Monday. Lake George Music Festival continues through August 23. Jackie Joyner-Kersee in Glens Falls; for Aurora Games. City unveils its ‘Market Square at South Street’ Community meeting at Stewart’s planned site on Ridge Street. Shawn Lamouree to retire from Sheriff’s Office. Northway pot busts: 4 stops yield 542 lbs. Remembering, and honoring, fallen HF fireman Paul MacMurray. …

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Our August 8 issue

Back to School issue / Lake George Music Fest. Lake George fish survey under way. Harris Grocery in Lake Luzerne is unique! Hawaii’s Kaena to dance anew. Lake George Mayor Blais, 83, to throw out first pitch at Red Sox game Sun., Aug. 18. Glens Falls will reveal farmers’ market design, Aug. 13. Source: NYS will provide $7-million for Lake George sewer plant. Park Theater sets ambitious ‘2019-2020’ season, more.

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Our August 1 issue

Resort Real Estate / Lake George real estate keeps breaking records. Fort William Henry to turn Towers Hall into ‘Carriage House’ for weddings, arts. Mike Smith ends his auction. HF: Lewis Super closing Sept. 4, after 70 years. New Way Lunch 100th year party, Saturday. Owners close [forged] eatery ‘temporarily’ in Hudson Falls. Dan Nichols benefit at West Mountain Aug. 4. Hot button topics on Aug. 6 Glens Falls Planning

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