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‘The Chronicle Reader’

By Mark Frost, Chronicle Editor

I am very excited to announce the imminent publication of The Chronicle Reader, the first-ever Chronicle book. By that I mean, this book isn’t my book, as PermaFrost was in 1986, or my wife Sandra Hutchinson’s book, as Jumping Off Cliffs was in 2007.

This book, “The Year’s Best from The Chronicle weekly newspaper in Glens Falls, New York, 2013-2014,” is 284 pages comprising the …

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NBC report sounds alarm on synthetic turf fields; GF has that kind

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

An Oct. 9 NBC News report citing health concerns from playing sports on synthetic crumb rubber fields prompted Glens Falls resident John Fair to again question the safety of Glens Falls High School’s Putt LaMay Field.

“I’m not here to puff my chest out and tell you I told you so,” Mr. Fair told the Glens Falls City School Board of Education Monday night. …

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Group must raise quick $940,000 or someone else might get to buy Camp Little Notch

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

The Friends of Camp Little Notch in West Fort Ann needs to raise $940,000 by Jan. 9, 2015, or risk losing the 443-acre girls summer camp.

“We are attempting to secure a $500,000 loan from the Community Loan Fund of the Capital Region, and we feel optimistic we will get the loan,” said board president Jo Lum on a Tuesday morning conference call with …

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HHHN facility being built in Warrensburg will be named for Dr. Rugge

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

The new Hudson Headwaters Health Network building under construction in Warrensburg will be called the John K. Rugge, MD, Health Center.

The announcement came as a surprise to Dr. Rugge, HHHN’s founder and CEO, at a surprise 70th birthday party thrown for him Friday on the 9th floor of the Travelers Insurance building, at The Tower restaurant.

Dr. Rugge founded the Hudson Headwaters Health …

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Telescope goes nimble

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

After 111 years, Telescope Casual Furniture in Granville is in the midst of a culture change.

“We used to produce large amounts of a small number of products,” CEO Kathy Juckett told The Chronicle at the plant Tuesday. “Now we produce smaller amounts of a large number of products. We have gone from mass production to mass customization. This is a comprehensive change in …

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