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Glens Falls eyes reval; first since 2005

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

The City of Glens Falls is seeking proposals for a city-wide re-assessment.

“We sent a Request for Proposals out at the end of last year and got just one response,” Mayor Dan Hall told The Chronicle, “so we sent out another one that is due back at the end of February. We want to see what it will cost and what methodology they will …

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Meet Jonah Ray, host of TV’s Mystery Science Theater 3000

By Cathy DeDe, Chronicle Managing Editor

Los Angeles comedian Jonah Ray plays the Comedy After Dark series at The Park Theater in Glens Falls on Friday, Jan. 24, at 8 p.m.

Besides his Comedy Central shows, podcasts, TV writing gigs, stand-up career and other outings, Mr. Ray is the host of the rebooted mega-cult favorite Mystery Science Theater 3000 on Netflix.

Premise of the odd, odd series, originally launched by …

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Radici Kitchen & Bar official opening Jan. 23

By Cathy DeDe, Chronicle Managing Editor

Radici Kitchen & Bar, the new restaurant in the former Tallulah’s space on Ridge Street in downtown Glens Falls, plans a soft “friends and family” opening this weekend, Jan. 17-18, and the official opening on Thursday, Jan. 23.

Chef Brian Bowden and wife Carly Mankouski plan an “Italian-modern,” “wide-ranging” menu for the 50-seat restaurant.

“It’s an exciting but terrifying time,” Mr. Bowden said.

“We’re …

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Blais: Car Show ‘has outgrown’ Lake George Village’

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

Lake George Mayor Bob Blais used his year-end “Annual Report to the Village Taxpayers” to warn that September’s Adirondack Nationals Car Show “has outgrown the confines of the village….

“Eventually we will all have to decide that some events do not fit our area and turn our attention away from greed to safety, peace and tranquility that we so much enjoy.”

The mayor still …

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4 of 5 Valenza family members to Middle East for military service

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

Three members of Queensbury’s Valenza family are National Guard members now headed to the Middle East as part of the 42nd Infantry Division’s deployment. A fourth family member is already there.

Major Julie Valenza, her husband Sergeant First Class Will Valenza and their youngest son Andrew, 21, shipped out Saturday for their training at Fort Hood (Texas) before deploying to the Middle East.

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