Tuesday, October 3, 2023

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Harvest Restaurant celebrates 50th year

By Mark Frost, Chronicle Editor

The Harvest Restaurant celebrated its 50th anniversary on Tuesday.

As is their style, Phil and Linda Hart didn’t make a big fuss about it, although they did come up from their home in Florida for the occasion.

“We’re not pushing for recognition,” Mr. Hart said. “We don’t advertise. We just do our job, do what do every day for the last 50 years.”

His wife …

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Moreau Biochar battle, meeting Monday 7/18

By Zander Frost, Chronicle Staff Writer

A tense fight over the proposed Saratoga Biochar facility rages on in Moreau.

The next town Planning Board meeting is Monday, July 18, at 7 p.m.

The minutes say there will be “discussion and review of the resolution prepared by the Town’s Attorney Karla Buettner” for Saratoga Biochar Solutions.

Board member Ann Purdue, Esq., told The Chronicle “I believe the draft is going to …

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Lost dog found!

By Zander Frost, Chronicle Staff Writer

Alfie, a Pittsburgh family’s year-old Australian Shepherd missing since June 22 from a Glens Falls doggie day care facility, was found alive, skinny but well Saturday night, July 9, in the backyard of a Peck Avenue home near East Field in Glens Falls.

Owner Sandra Miranda told The Chronicle that homeowners Michael and Sherry Winfield called her cellphone at around midnight to let her …

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Glens Falls seeks grant so East Field can install seats & video board

By Ben Kinne, Special to The Chronicle

East Field Stadium in Glens Falls is giving a demolished baseball stadium in New Jersey a second lease on life.

A new scoreboard, video board and 1,500 stadium seats were all acquired in the spring of 2019 from the former Riverfront Stadium in Newark, New Jersey by Glens Falls Dragons owner Ben Bernard.

He said another team owner in the Perfect Game Collegiate …

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Bonacio South St. apts. seeks variance to park at Travelers garage; Board receptive

By Cathy DeDe, Chronicle Managing Editor

Sonny Bonacio’s two-phase South and Elm Street project — including 69 apartments in the planned Farmers Market Pavilion building — came before the Glens Falls Planning Board on July 5 for a preliminary “sketch plan review.”

The plan is for 87 total apartments.

Phase one has 18 in three buildings he’ll renovate — the former Sandy’s Clam Bar at 41 South Street, the old …

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