Wednesday, November 30, 2022

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Three Tragedies

Pedestrian killed in Broad St. hit & run; Police: Driver ID’d

Nina A. Dever, 71, of Glens Falls, was struck by a motor vehicle on Broad Street near South Western Avenue Sunday morning, Feb. 6. She was pronounced dead at Glens Falls Hospital.

Glens Falls Police said they responded at 5:45 a.m. to a report of a motor vehicle crash and were advised that a female had been struck by …

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Greenwich fire claims historic building; arson arrest made

The 1892 Wilmarth Building at 126 Main Street in Greenwich was destroyed by fire on Sunday, Feb. 6. No one was injured although the fate of some pets wasn’t immediately known.

A man who fled the building was charged with arson, said the Cambridge-Greenwich Police Department

“Witnesses stated they saw a subject jump out a second story window and take off on foot in a westerly direction.

“With assistance from …

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Nurse: I’ll lose my job refusing needless booster

To the Editor:

I am writing this letter in question of the Governor’s booster mandate in New York State. I am a registered nurse working at Glens Falls Hospital for more than 25 years. I am fully vaccinated and recently recovered from Covid a few weeks ago.

I am now being forced to take a Covid booster when technically I just had the best booster by contracting the virus and …

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Calls Glens Falls a ‘Girls Hockey Mecca in the making’

Attn: Mark Frost…

With the Winter Olympics around the corner, and the excitement surrounding the possibility of the US Women’s Hockey Team competing for another medal, I wanted to share with our community the amazing things that are happening right in our backyard that support our young female athletes’ aspirations to compete at the highest of levels, and greatly support our local economy.

While the Adirondack Youth Hockey Association (AYHA) …

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HF boys beat GF in basketball, first since 2009

By Zander Frost, Chronicle Staff Writer

The Hudson Falls High School boys basketball team defeated Glens Falls, 57-44, last Monday for the first time since the 2008-09 season.

“That was four coaches ago for us,” Hudson Falls Varsity coach Greg Smith told The Chronicle. It’s his third season leading the team.

Hudson Falls was 11-3 with a 10-2 league record entering Tuesday.

What’s made the difference? “Not to be too …

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