Sunday, November 27, 2022

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Walk by lanternlight through the history of HadleyLuzerne, 10/19

The 2nd annual Lantern Walk along Main Street, Lake Luzerne and across the Bridge of Hope into Hadley is set for Wednesday evening, October 19.

“Have you ever wondered why the firehouse is named after Van R. Rhodes, or why Travers Street was built on an angle, or how many of Jeremy Rockwell’s 13 children went into the hotel business? asks info. “Join us at 6:30 p.m. at the Kinnear …

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6 schools unite: Girls get a varsity hockey team

Corinth, Glens Falls, Hudson Falls, Saratoga Springs, South Glens Falls, and Queensbury School Districts will form the Adirondack United Varsity Girls Ice Hockey team. They’ll play teams in Sections 7, 10 & 3, and a few Vermont programs.

Tryouts will begin on Nov. 14 at the Glens Falls Recreation Center Ice Rink on Fire Road for students in grades 9-12.

“We know it’s going to be a huge success. We’re …

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Adirondack Thunder Hockey is back: Forecast: ‘More wins; aggressive’

By Cathy DeDe, Chronicle Managing Editor

Adirondack Thunder training camp opened on Monday, the pre-season home game is this Friday, Oct. 14, and the ECHL hockey team’s season home opener is Saturday, Oct. 29, vs. Worcester. It’s all at the Cool Insuring Arena.

“We are very optimistic for a winning season,” Thunder president Jeff Mead told The Chronicle. “It’s a new era of Thunder hockey, led by head coach Pete …

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Ice castles in Lake George will return, with ice bar, more ice

By Cathy DeDe, Chronicle Managing Editor

Ice Castles will have new features when it returns to Lake George this winter.

The “expanded and enhanced experience” will feature “an ice bar, whimsical winter characters for meet-and-greets, and new light features….So there will be something new for both adults and kids alike,” said publicist Melissa Smuzynski.

Last year’s event was alcohol-free.

“We are still finalizing plans for the new experiences,” Ms. Smuzynski …

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Chronicle School Views

What would you tell a new kid about your town?

Mrs. Foster and Chloe Fifield

You’ll get attached

First I would tell the new kid, You will have a great time in your new home. Next I would say I hope you like all your new friends. Then I would tell the new kid, You will love the community of Fort Ann, and I will tell the new kid that …

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