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‘Orange is the New Black’ author spoke last fall at Skidmore

Note: This Friday, June 6, Netflix is releasing the second season of its hit series “Orange is the New Black,” based on Piper Kerman’s memoir about her time in a federal women’s prison. We are posting here the piece written by The Chronicle’s Sandra Hutchinson, about Ms. Kerman’s appearance last fall at Skidmore College.

On Tuesday, Nov. 12, I took a flyer on something I happened to see listed …

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166 Glen Street sold: $770,000

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

166 Glen Reed building sale photoTim and Suzanne Reed sold their 166-168 Glen Street building on May 22 for $770,000 to DB4D Apparel, Inc., Warren County land records show.The Reeds bought the 6,600-square-foot building in September 2007 for $280,000, real estate records indicate. Purchaser DB4D Apparel, Inc., is associated with Headrush, a clothing company that once leased office space in the Travelers Building, confirmed Mark Del Signore, the firms’ …

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Sutton’s selling furniture store to DiSienas

By Gordon Woodworth
Chronicle News Editor

Sutton’s, the sprawling retail campus on Route 9 just south of the Great Escape, is under contract to sell its furniture store and a portion of the parking lot to Mario and Diane DiSiena, The Chronicle has learned.

Jon Lapper, attorney for Sutton’s Properties, LLC, said the Mr. and Mrs. DiSiena own and operate The Furniture House on Saratoga Lake, and plan to open …

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Hockey hits all the right notes

By Mark Frost, Chronicle Editor & Publisher

Heritage Hall was packed and the Calgary Flames made the most of their first turn in the spotlight as they introduced both themselves, personally, and Glens Falls’s new Adirondack Hockey League team in a media event last Friday at the Civic Center.

“I’ve never seen so much excitement at a press conference as I’ve seen today,” said Mayor Jack Diamond.

“Well, this is …

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NHL’s Calgary Flames to pay $90,000 up front; City not on hook

By Gordon Woodworth,  Chronicle News Editor

The tentative American Hockey League deal between the City of Glens Falls and the NHL’s Calgary Flames includes a $90,000 up-front payment to the City in exchange for the rights to advertising and signage in the Civic Center, Mayor Jack Diamond told The Chronicle Tuesday.

“And the City is not guaranteeing any money to Calgary in this contract,” Mr. Diamond emphasized.

Last month, the …

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