What's New In Glens Falls
In less than a month, the Glens Falls Civic Center will turn into the "Thunderdome" as the Adirondack Thunder play the first home game of their 2016-17 season. If you don't want to miss out on the second season of Thunder hockey, then make sure you're up-to-date on all the latest ticket information.

Photo Credit: Adirondack Thunder
Open Door Mission, an organization that's been helping those in our community for over two decades, has its sights set on a new project that would expand its reach. 

The multi-year, $5 million proposal to renovate the former location of Warren Furniture on Warren Street was recently approved by the Glens Falls Planning Board, but some concerns still remain about funding.

Rendering of future site, image by Philip Coltart Films, future building from AJA Architecture,   image provided    
GLENS FALLS NY - Along Glen Street in downtown Glens Falls, the signs of revitalization are everywhere - restaurants, theaters, and shopping line this strip of Rte. 9, bustling with locals and tourists on day trips from Lake George or Saratoga. But take just a few steps off Glen Street and the deteriorating, mostly-vacant facades of South Street accentuate the realities of the post-industrial town.
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Kick off a great fall season this weekend! With sunny weather in the forecast, this mix of much anticipated fall festivals, cultural activities and sporting events will keep you busy all weekend long!

Located in Downtown Glens Falls, the Civic Center is a popular venue for all sorts of entertainment, including concerts, shows, and sporting events. The arena already hosts the popular Adirondack Thunder hockey team, but if plans come together, then a professional indoor football team could find its way to the Glens Falls Civic Center.

Looking for fun weekend plans? Whether you want to enjoy a live performance, attend a family-friendly festival, or participate in a 5K, check out these seven events!

Theatrical Cemetery Tour, photo provided
With 2016 marking the 15th anniversary of 9/11, the Capital Region and North Country are remembering that day with numerous events, ceremonies, and more. Honor those who lost their lives in one of America's biggest tragedies by attending one of these events with your loved ones.

Over 70 years ago, Ray Supply opened its first store in the Glens Falls area. Since then, the company has become a well-established electronics shop in Queensbury. As part of a renewed focus on providing services, Ray Supply is shutting down its Queensbury location and returning to Downtown Glens Falls!

Photo provided by Ray Supply
Looking for something fun to do this weekend? Whether you want to entertain the whole family, enjoy live music, or spend time downtown, check out these six upcoming events!

As the entryway to Downtown Glens Falls, long lines of traffic are all too common around Exit 18. Recently, from Corinth Road down Main Street, you've probably seen all the construction going on near the Exit, but what's happening? With multiple hotel and building projects underway, the Exit 18 we know is about to get a lot more crowded in the future.


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