Saturday, January 28, 2023

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At least 4 seek vacated Seeber seat & say they’ll run in November

By Cathy DeDe, Chronicle Managing Editor

At least four candidates have applied to fill the remaining 11 months on in the term of Rachel Seeber, who resigned Monday as a Queensbury At-Large Supervisor on the Warren County Board.

Robin Larkin, Mike Parwana, Hilary Stec and Travis Whitehead all told The Chronicle they aim to run for an At Large seat in November, whether or not the Queensbury Town Board appoints …

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Jim LaFarr seeks Sheriff re-election; Pam Vogel, clerk since 2004, won’t run again

Warren County Sheriff Jim LaFarr said on Instagram: “I am excited to announce that I will be running for re-election for Warren County Sheriff this year. I am officially kicking off my campaign with you, my friends and community, and kindly asking for your support. Please follow along and stay tuned for campaign details and upcoming events.”

Warren County Clerk Pam Vogel, in office since 2004, announced that she …

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Glens Falls Police arrest NJ man for allegedly damaging cars with machete

The Glens Falls Police Department in a press release that it arrested William Palangi, 53, of Northvale, New Jersey, after officers witnessed him allegedly “damaging vehicles in the Glens Falls Hospital parking lot with a machete Thursday afternoon,” January 19.

The release said, “Glens Falls Police received a report that a black Jeep Wrangler – which was driving erratically on the Northway – was headed into the City after leaving …

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IDA does us wrong, say Washington Co. chiefs

By Cathy DeDe, Chronicle Managing Editor

Members of the Washington County Board Supervisors, seemingly alarmed by the Warren-Washington County Industrial Development Agency’s decision in December to extend PILOT and other tax incentives to a planned solar farm in Queensbury — despite objections from both the Town of Queensbury and the Queensbury School District — called the IDA to task during their Personnel and Finance Committee meeting last week.

Committee chair, …

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Beagle keeps coming up big

By Zander Frost, Chronicle Staff Writer

Hudson Falls’s Jonathan Beagle continues to excel in his first season playing for University at Albany Basketball. The 6’10” freshman was the America East conference Rookie of the Week for the second straight week and for the fifth time this season.

He scored a career-high 21 points against Bryant University on Jan. 11.

He’s averaging 11.8 points and 6.8 rebounds on the season.

In …

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