A hundred years as a concept, 20 years in the pursuit, and now with two years of effort and a bit of fortunate happenstance, the Lake George Battlefield Park will finally this summer get a Visitor Interpretive Center and museum. It’s expected to open in early summer, on the ground floor of the new Lake George Park Commission headquarters building on Fort George Road.…Read More »
It was one day, not an overnight. It was at The Great Escape, not South Glens Falls High School. Instead of last year’s 700 dancers to begin, this one had just under 500. The public was excluded from attending due to Covid protocols.
But in the ways that mattered, it was the same Marathon Dance that it has been for all of its 44 years …Read More »
“We think we’ve come up with a resolution,” Mayor Dan Hall told The Chronicle Tuesday when asked about rumors of a deal that would have developer Chris Patten stop pursuing an apartment project at Glen and Bay Streets, and build instead several blocks north, behind the Heritage Apartments (what used to be the Junior High School.)
“There’s a deal but only if the city holds up to their end of …Read More »
Chronicle Managing Editor Cathy DeDe writes: Developer Brian Bronzino, who owns the former blacksmith shop building at the base of Glen Street hill, was on Tuesday’s Glens Falls Planning Board agenda, seeking approval to conduct retail sales of marijuana at the historic structure.
The item was tabled “at the request of the City, with concurrence of the applicant,” Planning Board chairman Dan Bruno announced.
“This is a new thing,” he …Read More »
By Cathy DeDe, Chronicle Managing Editor
Festival Commons at the Charles R. Wood Park in Lake George is back in the music festival business — starting with a “Memorial Meltdown” Memorial Day weekend concert, Thursday to Saturday, May 27 to 29.
The schedule right now includes:
Thursday May 27: Dogs In A Pile.
Friday, May 28: Pink Talking Fish and Dogs In A Pile.
Saturday May 29: …