Sunday, November 27, 2022

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Glens Falls mural starts on side of Wood

Managing Editor Cathy DeDe writes: The Chronicle caught Chicago mural artist Michael Ferrarell getting started on his multi panel mural on the alley side of the Wood Theater, facing SPoT Coffee.

“Oh, The Chronicle, you’re in it!” he said when we introduced ourselves.

The panels will depict local history through images of significant people, events and landmarks, as derived in part from a survey of residents.

It was commissioned by …

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Trunk or Treat!

What is this “Trunk or Treat?”

Organizes decorate their cars or other fun vehicles for Halloween and invite kids to “Trick or Treat” from the trunks. Locally, Up Yonda Farm in Bolton Landing pioneered it. It took off during the pandemic as a safely socially distanced event sticks — because it’s fun. Below are some such offerings around here.

At Up Yonda, Bolton

Up Yonda Farm in Bolton Landing offers …

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Warren County plans ARPA $$ to first responders & 16 businesses

Warren County’s ARPA — American Rescue Plan Recover Act — Advisory Committee met again on Friday, Oct. 14, and recommended 21 recipients for funding, The Board of Supervisors has final say. Here are the recommendations.

5 First Responder groups
• $75,000 to the North Warren Emergency Squad
• $46,568 to the Bay Ridge Rescue Squad
• $37,435 to the Bay Ridge Fire Co.
• $30,000 to the Warrensburg Emergency Squad…

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Stefanik-Castelli drastically at odds on abortion

By Mark Frost & Zander Frost
Chronicle Editor

The Chronicle sat down for separate extensive interviews last week with 21st District Republican Congresswoman Elise Stefanik and her Democratic challenge Matt Castelli.

They disagree on most things. On abortion it’s drastic.

Rep. Stefanik: “I am pro life with exceptions for rape, incest and life of the mother…

“I don’t support taxpayer dollars going towards funding abortion. That’s the Hyde Amendment, which …

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Boston woman buys Palmer Brothers Marina on Brant Lake

By Zander Frost, Chronicle Staff Writer

Claudia Vigorito, a Boston accountant,  has purchased the Palmer Brothers Marina in Brant Lake and renamed it the Brant Lake Marina, The Chronicle has learned.

She said she paid “right under $1-million.” Sellers were John and Pete Palmer, who started the business 32 years ago.

Ms. Vigorito said her goal is to move to  Brant Lake full-time from Boston, where her husband, Anthony, and …

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