Sunday, November 27, 2022

Chronicle Front Page

Our April 28 front page

Lawn & Garden Issue! GF pursues ‘transport hub’-parking garage on current Elm St. lot. Businesses balk at Mayor’s new Elm Street plan. Glens Falls Wing Fest is Saturday, LGA: We’ll fight. Sandhill cranes in Hartford. Tick alert by Warren County. Let’s Go Brandon store in Moreau. Concerts, comedy, shows… The Chronicle always has the region’s best Arts & Entertainment section!

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Our April 21 front page

Spring Home Issue! LGPC vs. LGA. Unveiled: Classical redo of 220 Glen. Views on Lake George School Board race. Cool Insuring Arena completing luxury box suites. Earth Day. Battle over use of herbicide vs. milfoil on Lake George. Rock returns to Cool: Breaking Benjamin Tuesday. ‘Serial entrepreneurs’ jump big into ‘Rocket’ bottle & can redemption biz. Concerts, comedy, shows… The Chronicle always has the region’s best Arts & Entertainment section!

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Our April 14 front page

Happy Easter, Passover, Tax Day! Lake George dock space more scarce than ever. 20 questions. For sale: Davidson’s bldg. • LG Beach Club. Throng at the Glens Falls Brew Fest. Farmers OK with NYS tax credit deal. 7 Easter Egg hunts Saturday, April 16. New Stewarts ready on Broad, old demolished. Gilbert Gottfried, 67, memorable in his visits here. SGF Marathon Dance is May 13 at Great Escape; pre-Dance fair …

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Our April 7 front page

Health & Fitness Quarterly Record Lake George house sale. Johnsburg reval is a hot topic. New school chiefs. Judge rejects NY redistricting, but ruling is pause. Brayden Dock 10th at Augusta. Isabelle Perkett, LG student, 17, in kidney failure, needs transplant. SGF Marathon: 15 individuals students are looking to help. Concerts, comedy, shows… The Chronicle always has the region’s best Arts & Entertainment section!

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Our March 31 front page

Support Small Business! Bank robbery. Lake George school race. GF school in flux: 6 top administration jobs are open or shifting. Bob Liebig, 94, started Utopia biz at age of 70. Brayden Dock, 15, vies at Augusta Sunday on Golf TV. Says comedian Tim Dillon great at Egg; has built huge following outside the corporate channels. Concerts, comedy, shows… The Chronicle always has the region’s best Arts & Entertainment section!

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