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Our December 23 issue

Merry Christmas! Hockey pros who settled here. Saving football. Gordon’s ‘new’ 120 year old Christmas Cactus. Lake George swimmers urge underwater cable. Schermerhorn’s airport restaurant gearing up. Family appeals to NYS to get son into Kensington Road Elementary. Winter work at Moreau State Park. Sign up for New Year’s Polar Plunge. Christmas shows galore. Looking for the arts, concerts, etc.? The Chronicle has the region’s best Arts & Entertainment section!

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Our December 17 issue

Snowy Owl pics. Hudson Falls Italian-American Club if growing. Omar Usmani – conflict of interest? Chef Paul Parker moves to Downtown City Tavern. Long Horn’s Jeremy Carner takes Next Door Pub. Tackling Glens Falls class crunch. Therapy pets. So many Christmas shows to take in. The Chronicle is full of great gift ideas for last minute shoppers too! Looking for the arts, concerts, etc.? The Chronicle has the region’s best

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Our December 10 issue

Hudson Headwaters continues to expand. West Mountain shows off new ‘West Express’ triple chair lift. Raul’s 2-restaurant plan. Her first hunt, her first buck. Kendall McKernon photo show. Smith Boys boat dealership moving to Lake George Village. Move for school but shut out of Kensington. Sheriff Murphy on guns. 190 Grille aims to open in January. Glens Falls may not get basketball tourney after all. JUST Water selling great in …

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Our December 3 issue

Marilyn Monroe, unseen photo! Special Dix Avenue section. What will become of soon to be vacant TD Bank building? Tried Airbnb; loved it. Christmas fests abound. Anaplasmosis – tick-borne peril beyond Lyme. Jimmer scores 37 in D-League debut. “Dear President Obama” letter. Lake George Forum up and running again. 50-year anniversary of 2 local plane crashes. Looking for shows, concerts, etc.? The Chronicle has the region’s best Arts &

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Our November 25 issue

Next Glens Falls Mayor?. Happy Thanksgiving! Put Taylor Swift on $100 bill. Seeking info on “Fire on Black Mountain” 1871. Rents at 14 Hudson to range from $1,150 to $2,075/month. Thunder home for Thanksgiving eve game. South Glens Falls Schools: $57.8-million capital project will go to vote. Northshire enters Ray O’Connor’s book for Pulitzer Prize. Walking New York City’s High Line. Looking for shows, concerts, etc.? The Chronicle has the

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