Wednesday, August 12, 2020

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Our January 15 issue

Our Health & Fitness Quarterly! How locals keep warm while working outside. Sally Field has Glens Falls roots. Still a split in airport runway project. Glens Falls to launch “Art District.” Adk. Flames heading west…will Albany Devils end up here? Peter Hoffman to spend $1 million to fix up old Glens Falls Post Office. Coffee Planet closes. Gordon, Cathy – yoga thoughts. SGF’s Cardo Urso and the UFC. Mid-winter arts

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Our January 8 issue

Our 30th Bridal Issue! Pinterest for brides. Do-it-yourself weddings. The lowdown on wedding gowns. When will Lake George freeze! Big events for 2015. What’s the best truck route for JUST Beverages? New at Hyde: 31 lithographs. New feature: Book of the Week.

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Our December 26 issue

The final Chronicle issue of 2014! Richard Dean’s classic Glens Falls photos. Scary threats to our liberty. Civic Center to change hands on January 1. City loses about $15,000 on canceled Yuletide concert. Area’s newest congregation leaders. Rep. Bill Owens farewell column. Warren County OKs sale of Westmount Nursing facility. AHL takes steps to move west. Still time to make last minute plans for New Year’s eve. Notable live music …

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Our December 18 issue

Big 52 page Chronicle Christmas Issue! Photographer’s passion: Snowflakes. Join in the Christmas Bird Count through Jan. 5. Baker twins excel at brass. Celtic Yuletide concert canceled. City sued over JUST Beverages and Salvation Army. Author with local links talks about self-publishing. Planned Parenthood letter keep coming. Finch gets $1-million from NYS for modernization. Lots of last minute gift ideas in this issue. Entertainment galore. Time to make your plans

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Our December 11 issue

Dan Miner’s major impact. Last week’s article about Dan’s struggle with depression hit home for many. Dave Kenny and family keep buying Lake George real estate. Former Glens Falls assistant principal Stan Rummel honored at dinner. Steve Mackey hikes the 2,600-mile Pacific Crest Trail. Matt Funiciello rebuts critics. Tom Collins sells the Heidelberg Inn restaurant. Himoff family buys 100 acres near Point O’Pines in Brant Lake. Tom Jacobs monument to …

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