Tuesday, October 26, 2021

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Will Lake George freeze?

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

Lake George hasn’t completely iced over yet, but it’s getting closer.

“We lost some ground last weekend with the rain and the wind,” said Larry Eichler, who has monitored the lake since 1979 as a research scientist with the Darrin Fresh Water Institute (FWI) in Bolton.

Will the lake completely freeze over? “I’m still optimistic it will,” he said, “but there’s a distinct chance …

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Adirondack Theatre Festival’s new season & logo

By Cathy DeDe, Chronicle Managing Editor

At Monday evening’s dual 26th season announcement and ribbon cutting with the Adirondack Regional Chamber of Commerce, Adirondack Theatre Festival director Chad Rabinovitz touted last year’s “nearly 10,000 patrons and a thousand more at our insanely growing Film Festival.”

““To usher in our second 25 years,” Mr. Rabinovitz unveiled a new logo and branding plan that he said plays off “ATF, what people know …

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Understanding GF’s proposed law on public demonstrations

By Gordon Woodworth & Mark Frost, Chronicle Managing Editor & Editor

The Common Council has scheduled a public hearing at 7:20 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 11 on Glens Falls’s much-revised demonstrations law. The Council will likely vote on it that night.

City officials have revised the proposed law after meeting with attorneys from the New York Civil Liberties Union.

The proposed law acknowledges the constitutional right to peacefully assemble but …

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Aviator chef plans her own restaurant

By Mark Frost , Chronicle Editor

Denver Grover, the chef of the suddenly closed Aviator Restaurant at Warren County Airport, intends to opens a restaurant of her own as soon as this spring.

“I’ve had a lot of interest. I’ve had so many people within the community call me, so many different restaurants…tons of job offers,” she told The Chronicle.

She says she decided, “The next step is my own …

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Ft. William Henry’s Best Western is for sale to make way for Carriage House project

By Cathy DeDe , Chronicle Managing Editor

The Best Western of Lake George, a property owned by the Fort William Henry, is on the market for a price The Chronicle learned is $5,750,000.

“It’s a fabulous franchise, with a lot of growth,” Kathy Flacke Muncil, Fort William Henry CEO, said when contacted for comment. “We are looking to move some hard assets to cash so we can do things like …

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