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Queensbury Hotel aims ‘to get rolling’

By Cathy DeDe, Chronicle Managing Editor

“We’re excited to get some things rolling,” says Tyler Herrick, general manager of the Queensbury Hotel in downtown Glens Falls and the new Fairfield Inn at Exit 18 in Queensbury, both owned by Ed Moore and his family.

“Our numbers have been horrible,” Mr. Herrick said without sounding an alarm. “We had 85 percent occupancy at this ime last year. If we get to …

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Villa, Rock Hill still baking bread in Glens Falls

By Cathy DeDe, Chronicle Managing Editor

With some food staples at a premium, Glens Falls is be home to two long-time bakeries still making their breads.

Joseph Villa at Villa Bread on Walnut Street was succinct and upbeat via e-mail: “Nothing has changed here, the so called new norm is a baker’s way of life!”

He said demand is higher, “but we make the same unfortunately” — 1,000 loaves a …

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The Mill owners buy 14 Hudson

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

The developers and investors who bought The Mill apartment complex in downtown Glens Falls in 2017 have purchased Sonny Bonacio’s 14 Hudson mixed-use building across the street, The Chronicle has learned.

Mark Rosen and Marc Paquin, and a number of partners and investors, bought the building that has 87 high-end apartments, Surgical Specialists of Glens Falls Hospital, SUNY Adirondack Culinary School and about 6,000 …

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No more Drum Corps at East; Chris Reed: ‘I can’t afford it’

By Cathy DeDe, Chronicle Managing Editor

Chris Reed, Jr., who revived Drum Corps International shows at East Field in Glens Falls successfully in 2018 but disastrously in 2019, said he does not intend to present it this year.

The show in 2018 did well, Mr. Reed reported, but heavy rains last year on the day of the event — Monday, July 22 — led to its cancellation.

Not having purchased …

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Elizabeth Miller starts work at 15-25 Park: 5 apartments, offices, ‘different type tavern’

Chronicle Managing Editor Cathy DeDe writes: Developer Elizabeth Miller told The Chronicle she is beginning renovation of the three-story, 15,000-square foot building that she purchased from the Lebowitz family earlier this year at 15-25 Park Street across the street from her Park Theater and Doc’s Restaurant.

She said she expects to create five apartments on the top floor, two or three office spaces on the second floor and retail on …

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