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Living with Parkinson’s: Lots of meds, lots of patience

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

Donna Schempp has a very personal reason for participating in the April 29 Fox Trot for Parkinson’s Research run/walk in South GlensFalls.

She was diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease in October 2010. “And it took two years to get a diagnosis,” she said.

The married South Glens Falls mother of three and grandmother of four has always been active. She taught aerobics for 10 years. …

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GF triathlete Nick Marcantonio trains for Ironman World Championships

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

Nick Marcantonio wants to be the best young triathlete in the world, and at 23 has already qualified for the Ironman World Championship in Hawaii this October.

First, on April 22, the 2011 Glens Falls High School graduate and former three-time All-American runner at SUNY Cortland will compete in the North American Championship in Texas, his first full triathlon.

“That will be more of …

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Green Party’s Rich Cirino to run for GF Mayor

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

Rich Cirino will run for Mayor of Glens Falls on the Green Party line, against declared candidates Democratic Councilman-at-Large Dan Hall and independent Tim Guy.

Mr. Cirino asks, “Do I want four more years of the same thing? Glens Falls is great, but we’re not growing. We’re not attracting young families the way we should.”

Mr. Cirino, 54, is president of the Glens Falls …

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Folk School teams with Shirt Factory

By Cathy DeDe, Chronicle Managing Editor

The Adirondack Folk School, located on Main Street in Lake Luzerne, has started offering classes in Glens Falls through the Shirt Factory in a new annex next-door.

The site is the former Perkins Recycling Building, where Eric Unkauf — who owns both this building and the Shirt Factory — has installed a ground-floor classroom and office space for the Folk School.

During the winter, …

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Massive turnout for Battenkill Chorale ‘Peace’-themed concert

By Cathy DeDe, Chronicle Managing Editor

One theme throughout this week’s Chronicle arts section seems to be good turnouts for events of all stripes.

The Battenkill Chorale continues that storyline. Late-arriving ticket-holders scrambled to find seats before the concert started last Sunday at Zankel Music Hall on the campus of Skidmore College. Others late-comers hoping to purchase tickets were turned away for lack of space.

The draw? A concert entitled …

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