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Dinosaurs that ‘move & roar’

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

Dino Roar Valley in the new Lake George Expedition Park won’t open to the public until Saturday, May 25, but The Chronicle got a sneak peek last week with John Collins, the park’s general manager, Chief Operating Officer and one of its five owners.

Dino Roar Valley — part of the former Magic Forest property — will feature 20 animatronic dinosaurs on 17 acres …

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LG estate sells for a record $5.50-million

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

A 6,300-square-foot Tudor-style mansion on 1.26 landscaped acres of Cramer Point has sold for $5.5-million, thought to be a record amount for a Lake George residential property.

“We’ve broken through the $3-million mark,” said Dan Davies of Davies-Davies & Associates Real Estate, listing agent for the property. He said he didn’t know of another sale that topped $5.5-million, and Chronicle archives show that it …

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Sewage sniffing dogs on Lake George prowl

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

Two sewage-sniffing rescue dogs from Maine scoured Beach Road in Lake George Saturday, looking for the source of E. coli pollution that has closed Million Dollar Beach six times in the last three summers.

Pat Dowd of the Lake George Association said, “They are checking for human waste in storm sewers and water pipes and anything else running down to the lake.”

The dogs …

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Lake George: Wind-blown ice sheets do big damage

Crushing blows: Docks on LG are no match for wind pushing thick ice sheets

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

High winds from all directions blew thick sheets of ice on Lake George this spring, causing widespread dock damage in the southern basin and elsewhere.

“There is millions of dollars worth of dock damage on the lake,” said lifelong lake resident Dan Davies, who owns Davies-Davies & Associates Real Estate.…

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Our January 18 issue

Health & Fitness Quarterly | Still awaiting the Lake George freeze. No Rachael Ray this year. Bad flu season. The ice bars cometh!Daily Double bar on South Street reborn. Whitehall’s Codie Bascue leads Olympic bobsled team. Huge ice jam in Thurman closes bridge. Ridin’ Hy Ranch reopens after fire. Lots of real estate listings… Find your dream home! Concerts, comedy, shows… The Chronicle always has the region’s best Arts &

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