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‘No More Mr. Nice Guy’ Alice Cooper rocked Glens Falls, old-school

By Cathy DeDe, Chronicle Managing Editor

Shock-metal hard-edged scare-rock on tour: Who wore it best — Alice Cooper last Thursday, Nov. 21, at the Cool Insuring Arena? Or Swedish frontman Tobias Forge and Ghost, at the Cool Arena about a month prior, on October 26?

Cooper is the real deal, a pioneer of shock rock in the 1970s, truly a breaker of boundaries whose lyrics when new had to have …

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JG3 scored 24 in debut as starter for Syracuse; he’s a sensation

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

“Are You Ready for the Joe Girard Show?” asked commentator Brent Axe on Syracuse.com on Monday of this week. “Girard doesn’t have the whole world on his shoulders, but he already has Syracuse basketball fans in the palm of his hand.”

Joseph Girard III, in just his third game playing for Syracuse University, was installed as the starting point guard and scored a team-high …

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South Glens Falls 40th Holiday Parade

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

The 40th annual South Glens Falls Holiday Parade starts at 1 p.m. this Sunday, Nov. 24. It starts at Carriage Traders and proceeds north on U.S. Route 9.

“I cannot even explain how excited I am for the parade,” said Megan Quinn, the South Glens Falls native who stepped up late in 2017 to save the parade, working with the South Glens Falls Fire …

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In Greenwich: Why did 5-term Democrat Idelman lose to newcomer?

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

“We ran an issue-based campaign, and facts are a stubborn thing,” Republican Don Ward told The Chronicle when we asked why the first-time candidate thinks he defeated five-term Democratic town supervisor Sara Idelman in the Washington County Town of Greenwich.

After absentee ballots were counted Tuesday morning at the Washington County Board of Elections, Mr. Ward, 70, edged Mrs. Idelman, 72, by 30 votes, …

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Thanksgiving free dinners in Glens Falls & Argyle

By Cathy DeDe, Chronicle Managing Editor

Glens Falls’s 36th Hometown Thanksgiving Dinner, takes place Thursday, Nov. 28, at Christ Church United Methodist on Bay and Washington Streets with ongoing seatings from noon to 3 p.m. It’s free, no reservations required.

The event was founded in 1984 with the intent to bring people together. Volunteers are available to provide transportation for those in the Glens Falls, Queensbury, Hudson Falls and …

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