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Chef Denver goes UpRiver

By Mark Frost, Chronicle Editor

Denver Grover, the chef who lost her job when owner Rich Schermerhorn closed The Aviator Restaurant at Warren County Airport in January, plans to buy the UpRiver Cafe in Lake Luzerne.

For the 2020 season, which starts in April, Mr. Van Bourgondien said, “We’re gonna partner together in the business, with Denver taking it over after that.”

Ms. Grover, who said the project will also …

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Warrensburg historic home owners: ‘Just as happy’ Dollar General sale fell through

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

Paul and Cairenn Spooner plan to renovate the historic 1873 Miles Thomas House on Main Street in Warrensburg now that their deal to sell it for a new Dollar General store was stymied. “We’re just as happy,” Mr. Spooner tells The Chronicle.

“We like the place, and our plan now is to renovate it.”

“We didn’t want it torn down,” Mrs. Spooner said.

“We’re …

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18 events get $425,750 in Warren County bed tax money

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

Americade remains the biggest recipient and the Adirondack Independence Music Festival is newly funded as the Warren County Board of Supervisors allocated 18 events $425,750 in occupancy tax money.

Americade, the June motorcycle touring rally in Lake George, received $50,000, plus $5,000 for its block party.

The Adirondack Independence Music Festival, Sept. 5-6 at the Festival Commons in Lake George, is being given $25,000 …

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Five Star Golf cart biz booms; buys, will move to former K of C

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

After nine years leasing the former Sportline Honda building on Route 9 in Queensbury, Five Star Golf Cars has paid $810,000 to buy the former Knights of Columbus building next-door.

“It just made sense for me to own,” Larry Kelley told The Chronicle Monday. “Now we’ll have a much larger shop area, a new showroom and a new parts area. I’m excited to stay …

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The Mill owners buy 14 Hudson

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

The developers and investors who bought The Mill apartment complex in downtown Glens Falls in 2017 have purchased Sonny Bonacio’s 14 Hudson mixed-use building across the street, The Chronicle has learned.

Mark Rosen and Marc Paquin, and a number of partners and investors, bought the building that has 87 high-end apartments, Surgical Specialists of Glens Falls Hospital, SUNY Adirondack Culinary School and about 6,000 …

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