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Thoughts of Dick Bartlett

By Mark Frost, Chronicle Editor

Last month a friend alerted me that Dick Bartlett, ailing at the age of 89, had turned off the pacemaker. My friend advised me to hurry over.

So I did. When I walked into Dick’s home, sure enough, not only was Dick’s son Mike there, so were hospice volunteers. But when I was shown to Dick’s bedroom, what greeted me wasn’t death or anything the …

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Fireworks fall-out

By Cathy DeDe, Chronicle Managing Editor

The sale of Alonzo Fireworks in Mechanicville to a New Jersey company is impacting local skies.

Lake George Village will proceed with its 4th of July and Thursday night summer fireworks shows, but may forego smaller shows held in conjunction with festivals and other community events. Already cancelled is the fireworks show this week with the Performance Boat Weekend on Lake George.

Meanwhile, the …

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Battenkill Valley Creamery purchases 2nd farm

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

Battenkill Valley Creamery in Salem has expanded, adding 178 acres of farmland and 175 milking cows by buying nearby Skellkill Farms in the Town of Jackson.

“With our growing business, we couldn’t meet the demand from our home farm,” said Seth McEachron, 32, the Skidmore-educated fifth-generation dairy farmer. “Now we will have enough milk for a little while, and as sales continue to grow, …

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GF pediatric practices notify GF Hospital they will stop seeing patients there after June 30

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

Glens Falls Pediatrics and Adirondack Pediatrics both have informed Glens Falls Hospital that they will no longer treat newborns, infants and children at the hospital after June 30, The Chronicle has learned.

Dr. Brian McDermott, the hospital’s senior vice president of clinical integration, confirmed, “In April, both practices informed us they would be resigning their privileges and no longer seeing patients at Glens Falls …

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Strand Theater concept drawing; May 13 vote nears on Kingsbury plan

Town of Kingsbury residents will vote on May 13 whether to approve a $650,000 bond to fund construction of a new town hall, paving the way for the group looking to renovate and reopen the current town hall as the new Strand Theater. Tonight, April 30, at 7 in the Kingsbury Volunteer Firehouse on Burgoyne Avenue, there’s an informational meeting on the town hall project.

The former office of pediatrician …

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