Sunday, October 17, 2021

Chronicle Front Page

Our October 30 issue

Don’t Miss It!! The 19th annual Autumn Leaves Chronicle Book Fair takes place Sunday, Nov. 2 at the Queensbury Hotel, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Authors include LPGA great Dottie Pepper with her book on bullying entitled “Bogey Tees Off,” Lake George Mayor Bob Blais, Adirondack photographer Carl Heilman, James Kunstler, Stacey Morris, and many more. Approximately 120 authors and booksellers expected to be there. Also, The Chronicle’s brand new 

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Our October 23 issue

This week – Big 16-page Women in Business section. The Civic Center is a done deal – with the Coalition.  North Country Ministry raises $100,000, adds a food pantry in Warrensburg. Questions raised again about the safety of  artificial turf at Glens Falls school field. The Chapman Museum seeks funds, hopes to remain viable. Huge number of Halloween events for kids, adults and pets too! The Chronicle has a new …

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Our October 16 issue

Loving their Queensbury roundabout! Mayor mulls bids for Civic Center. “Scorch” gets fired. Morgan & Co. restaurant opens Tuesday, Oct. 21 in the McEchron House. Garvey to buy Nissan dealership in Rutland, VT. Former LPGA star Dottie Pepper returns to the Chronicle Book Fair Sunday, Nov. 2. GF Tae Kwon Do celebrates its 25th anniversary. And much more!

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Our October 9 issue

Columbus Day issue! Adirondack Flames debut at Civic Center on Saturday, October 11th. Peregrine Falcons in Glens Falls…great pics and article. Glens Falls Police chief on the case of nuisance neighbors. Richard Corsetti is new owner of Vagabond restaurant on Ridge Street. HHHN facility in Warrensburg to be named after Dr. Rugge. ‘Landscapes!’ a happening art & social event Oct. 11 to 13. Ft. Anne’s Rich McCabe gets his 500th …

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Our October 2 issue

This week is our Autumn Home issue. Lots of great information to get your home ready for fall and winter. Telescope Casual Furniture in Granville goes nimble, continues to be “Made in U.S.A.” Sacandaga Whitewater Park to be built between Lake Luzerne and Hadley. Construction to start in the spring. Taste of the North Country results; 6,200 people attend, Kiwanis net $50,000! Open since 1929, Massie’s Restaurant for sale in …

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