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Our March 26 issue

Boat Show at the Dome, Friday-Sunday! Lake George wins state Class C title again! George Ferone retiring after 45 years at Tribune Media. Coalition hires Jack Walter to run Civic Center. Brewfest expects 80 breweries at the Queensbury Hotel this Saturday for Brewfest. Lake George invasives inspections resume April 15. Bolton: Happy Jacks plans new building. Rachael Ray returns to Lake George on Thursday, April 2. Maple Weekends continue. Winter …

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Our March 19 issue

NYS Basketball Tourney at Civic Center this Friday – Sunday! Lake George boys hope to take state title again. Fort Edward girls, 22-1, also seek NYS title. Cathy’s tips for visitors to the basketball tourney. Kitchens win Assembly Point battle to build home. Bowling still going strong in area, declines nationally. Schermerhorn plans 90-seat restaurant at airport. 6-story Lake George hotel construction to begin in 2-3 weeks. Great Upstate Boat …

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Our March 12 issue

38th SGF Marathon Dance sets new record – $621,680! We break down the area’s Irish heritage. Lake George Olive Oil buys 179 Glen Street, will open second location. Civic Center facade work to be covered by insurance. Hudson Falls Strand Theater hits possible snag. Full moon hike to Bolton’s Pinnacle. Glens Falls Symphony concert moves to Saturday at Skidmore. The Arts section is filling up with Spring activities.

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Our March 5 issue

38th SGF Marathon Dance 10 pages of coverage for this years Marathon Dance! Morgan & Co. restaurant hits the ground running. Sad and sudden passing of local musician Tony Jenkins. Cyndie Wade on the Red Carpet at Oscars. Binley Florist property listed for sale at $2.1 million. Lia Auto Groups plans Nissan dealership on Dix Ave. next to Dunkin Donuts. Chester board backs medical marijuana push. Bill Kenny to retire …

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Our February 26 issue

Small Business Spotlight issue! Peckham seeks OK to grow medical marijuana in Chestertown. Queensbury family elevator business goes national. Looks like the end of the line for Dunhams’ Railroads on Parade. Last weekend for the Lake George Winter Carnival. Brian Howard, Former Queensbury school chief, dies after fall from roof. Closed: Dango’s Dugout in SGF & Corinth Dango’s. Civic Center Coalition seeks to end Global Spectrum deal. Vet tips for …

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