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Younger Kenny buys Georgian for $8.5-million

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

Dave S. Kenny, son of outlet mall developer and hotel owner Dave J. Kenny, and his wife Erin have bought the 158-room Georgian Lakeside Resort in Lake George for $8.5-million from New York City investors, confirms attorney Jon Lapper.

“The Georgian became available, and Dave and Erin saw an opportunity,” he said. “They plan on investing and improving the property. Some improvements will be …

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John Herlihy left $2.2-million each to GF Hospital & Crandall Library

Lifelong Glens Falls resident and attorney John Herlihy has left $2.2-million to Glens Falls Hospital and $2.2-million to Crandall Public Library.

Mr. Herlihy, who died in July 2019, and his late wife, Jeanne Ellsworth Herlihy, were Glens Falls natives and St. Mary’s Academy graduates, said the press release from the hospital and the library.

Mr. Herlihy graduated from Skidmore College and Albany Law School, and began his legal career as …

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LG adds Mardi Gras Gumbo event to Winter Carnival, 2/29

Chronicle Managing Editor Cathy DeDe writes: Lake George restaurants and merchants are adding a fifth weekend to this year’s Winter Carnival.

Saturday, Feb. 29, from noon to 5 p.m., nearly 20 restaurants will participate in a Mardi Gras gumbo party.

“It’s not the Winter Carnival committee, but all the merchants doing it,” says Nancy Nichols of Mario’s Restaurant, who is involved with both efforts. “Everyone is doing homemade gumbo.”

“We …

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Q&A with Rep. Stefanik: Faults Romney’s vote but won’t echo or criticize Trump’s attack

Congresswoman Elise Stefanik offered The Chronicle a press availability Saturday at the Cool Insuring Arena in Glens Falls, where she was helping conduct a hockey clinic. Chronicle editor Mark Frost wasn’t available to attend the interview, but our News Editor Gordon Woodworth asked Mark’s questions and one of his own.

Mark Frost: President Trump said at the prayer breakfast: “I don’t like people who use their faith as justification …

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Brant Lake Winter Carnival focus is activity

Chronicle Managing Editor Cathy DeDe writes: The annual Brant Lake Winter Carnival is a “get out and be active” festival for Adirondackers, says organizer Brandon Himoff.

It’s Saturday, Feb. 15, from noon to dusk, on the ice, outdoors and inside at Jimbo’s on the Point.

Offerings include their famed fry pan toss contests for all ages, human Foosball, Adirondack curling, a vintage sled parade, ice hockey, ice bowling, broom ball, …

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