Wednesday, November 30, 2022

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Glens Falls’ Christmas Eve Road March

Thousands typically join to honor & aid deployed troops

By Cathy DeDe, Chronicle Managing Editor

Christmas Eve, Tuesday, Dec. 24 at 0900 hours — that’s 9 a.m., civilians — SFC Arthur Coon’s 16th annual Christmas Eve Road March steps off from the Cool Insuring Arena in downtown Glens Falls.

The four-mile march was founded by Retired Sgt. Coon to honor and assist American soldiers serving away from home at Christmastime.…

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Hot race on tap: Warren County Judge

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

Republicans Gary Hobbs and Rob Smith and Democrat Greg Canale all are seeking the Warren County Judge seat now held by John Hall. Judge Hall, a Democrat, has reached the state’s retirement age for judges and must step down at the end of 2020.

Because the new political calendar requires candidates to obtain petition signatures starting in mid-February, the race is on.

The judgeship …

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Colin Bannon, LG grad, sells script to Netflix ‘high six figures’

By Cathy DeDe, Chronicle Managing Editor

Colin Bannon, 34, has sold First Ascent, a horror script with a mountain climbing theme and supernatural aspects, to Netflix for a price the Hollywood website Deadline calls “the high six figures.”

“It was two weeks of madness,” the 2003 Lake George grad told The Chronicle in a phone interview from his home in Los Angeles.

“Mostly it was happening without me. I’m not …

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Rock Hill Cafe update: Aim to move in January

By Cathy DeDe, Chronicle Managing Editor

After a series of delays that pushed the project back by several months, Matt Funiciello says he expects to relocate his Rock Hill Bakehouse and Cafe in January to the Shirt Factory annex building in Glens Falls.

“We’re coming, we’re coming!” Mr. Funiciello said, when contacted by The Chronicle.

Mr. Funiciello announced in December of 2018 that he was closing the Rock Hill Cafe …

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GF Symphony’s holiday soloist Drake Belrose: What a voice

Chronicle Managing Editor Cathy DeDe writes: His solo turn singing “O Holy Night” was barely finished when the audience at the Glens Falls Symphony’s annual holiday concert, Sunday afternoon at the Glens Falls High School, erupted into a rare, mid-concert standing ovation for 12-year-old soloist Drake Belrose.

He’s a boy soprano of rare and memorable talent. Clarion-clear, seemingly effortless in delivery, remarkably at ease while standing alone at the microphone …

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