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Our May 30 issue

Eve of Americade issue | South Street wrecking ball nears. Opposite reactions to ‘Help wanted’ story. Wow! What a show at Bolton Historical! Charles Cornell music riff goes viral: Viewed by 20 million. Queensbury stabbing death; Glens Falls murder charge. 4 whirlwind days in L.A. Elvis Fest in Lake George. Concerts, comedy, shows… The Chronicle always has the region’s best Arts & Entertainment section!

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Our May 23 issue

Memorial Day issue | Business plea: Help needed! Will Gov. Cuomo bring big check to Lake George Wednesday? Shawn Whalen, who changed & elevated dining in Glens Falls, is dead at age 43. Killington still skiing. STAR school tax relief changes. Thinking of Nathan Brown. Urban Assault in Glens Falls. Elvis Fest back in Lake George. Concerts, comedy, shows… The Chronicle always has the region’s best Arts & Entertainment section!

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Our May 16 issue

Prime Time Seniors issue | Her first taste of [farmacy]. Roaring Brook sold. Locals won Proctors, next stop Broadway! Kyra Lombard’s extraordinary piano debut. Wheelabrator: No science to back up Mike Ewall’s call to shut it down. Ben Miller, 94, D-Day survivor, was medic who flew into Normandy in glider. Sold: Pruyn Flats at corner of Elm & Exchange Streets for $685,000. FAA’s reversal likely kills airport runway extension plan. …

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Our May 9 issue

Mother’s Day issue | Dinosaurs that ‘move & roar’ Tax-free but water cost $$$! Common Roots Brewery plans. Environmental activist calls for shutdown of Wheelabrator. Kate White to speak. GF Symphony Beethoven triumph. Great Escape opens for season. ‘River & Wall’ documentary drew a throng. ‘Four Play’ tees off again, May 10-19 at Park Theatre. Concerts, comedy, shows… The Chronicle always has the region’s best Arts & Entertainment section!

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Our May 2 issue

Legal issue | Mead’s will end its 70 year run. Beethoven 9th: GFSO this Sunday. Are lockers becoming thing of the past at Qby. High? Qby. Hotel lands NYS Police ,Chiefs next July: All 125 rooms for 2 nights & more. $20-million cleanup proceeds at old NiMo site; GF eyes future use. Drum Corps’ return July 22. Concerts, comedy, shows… The Chronicle always has the region’s best Arts & Entertainment

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