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Our November 21 issue

Thanksgiving issue Lake George Girls Volleyball seek NYS title. South Glens Falls 40th Holiday Parade. Look who made The New York Times! Free community Thanksgiving feasts set in Glens Falls & Argyle. In Greenwich: Why did 5-term Democrat Idelman lose to newcomer? JG3 scored 24 in debut as starter for Syracuse; he’s a sensation. Critics grill NYS on cause of high local cancer rate. Social Security move to former Post …

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South Glens Falls 40th Holiday Parade

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

The 40th annual South Glens Falls Holiday Parade starts at 1 p.m. this Sunday, Nov. 24. It starts at Carriage Traders and proceeds north on U.S. Route 9.

“I cannot even explain how excited I am for the parade,” said Megan Quinn, the South Glens Falls native who stepped up late in 2017 to save the parade, working with the South Glens Falls Fire …

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Our November 15 issue

Ready for Winter issue | Glens Falls football is rolling! SGF Fire Co. Holiday Parade
is this Sunday. Young Frankenstein by GFCT at Wood. Taxpayer: Why I’m leaving Glens Falls. NYS Volleyball championships this weekend in Glens Falls. Film effort form Matt Rozell’s WW2 ‘Train’ rescue story. Escape at Dannemora TV movie on Showtime Sunday. Max travels again: Former Yugoslavia. Lots of Thanksgiving doings. Pages of real estate listings… Find …

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Our November 16 issue

Winter Prep issue | South Glens Falls Holiday Parade is Sunday! High School sports hits peak! Chris Hughes of Glens Falls wins NYS cross-country title. NYS Volleyball championships this weekend in Glens Falls. West & Gore ratchet up ski facilities. Jennifer Switzer breaks through in Queensbury. SGF rallies for the Washburns. Joyce Stock Snuggery officially debuts. Lighted Tractor Parade in Greenwich this Saturday. Lake George Polar Plunge this Saturday also. …

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SGF parade saved

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

“The South Glens Falls Holiday Parade is a 38-year tradition, and I can’t let it die,” said Meg Quinn.

The 28-year-old nurse, mother of two and 2007 South High grad stepped in and will organize it working with the South Glens Falls Fire Company, Mrs. Quinn told The Chronicle exclusively Tuesday.

The parade, a South Glens Falls mainstay since the Joy Store launched it …

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