Saturday, August 8, 2020

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Sean Curtis, 2010 Corinth grad; his intl. career soared, then ALS struck

By Mark Frost, Chronicle Editor

Sean Curtis wasted no time after graduating from Corinth Central School in 2010.

“I graduated from Saint Anselm [College in New Hampshire] in 3.5 years,” focused on focus was international relations, politics, humanities, he told The Chronicle in an email exchange.

In his junior year he attended the University of London’s School of Oriental and African Studies, where he says he “studied under some fantastic …

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Moreau: Hudson Headwaters and GF Hospital plan big Health Center near I-87 Exit 17

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

Hudson Headwaters will seek Town of Moreau approval to build an $11-million, 24,000-square-foot health center on Route 9 north of Northway Exit 17, with Glens Falls Hospital leasing a quarter of the space for imaging and lab work, The Chronicle has learned.

“Glens Falls Hospital and Hudson Headwaters have been planning this for almost a year,” Hudson Headwaters CEO Dr. Tucker Slingerland told The …

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A women’s wear retail boom in Glens Falls?

By Cathy DeDe, Chronicle Managing Editor

Glens Falls says “Yes” to the dress, apparently, or at least to women’s apparel.

With the addition of Shine Style on Ridge Street (and the departure of short-lived Saratoga Sundress), there are currently eight brick-and-mortar stores in downtown Glens Falls that sell woman’s clothing.

We asked the owners: What’s going on with women’s retail in Glens Falls?

Nancy Fuller, Fountain Square

“We’re all in …

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Jen Denis opens fashion & style boutique, hits ground running

By Mark Frost, Chronicle Editor

For someone who just opened her first shop last month — departing an engineering job she’d held for more than six years around the corner at JMZ architects in Glens Falls — Jen Denis, 35, is not only confident about prospects for her Shine Style Boutique & Styling Lounge on Ridge Street, she’s very persuasive. (The store is directly across the street from The Chronicle …

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Milk & Honey building — one of downtown’s oldest — is for sale; $400,000

By Cathy DeDe, Chronicle Managing Editor

The pre-Civil War Milk and Honey building at 16 Exchange Street in downtown Glens Falls is on the market for $400,000, The Chronicle has learned. It’s listed with Coldwell Banker Prime Properties.

Ann Parrish, who operates the Milk and Honey retail store, said she and her husband Joseph purchased the 3,152-square foot building in 2002 for $240,500.

The signature bright yellow building houses her …

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