Vietnam Veterans Visit School

SSHS Students Learn From Firsthand Oral Histories By Arthur Gonick  Saratoga TODAY   SARATOGA SP...

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SARATOGA SPRINGS — Plaques with real fish heads will once again be given out as trophies, during the...

Blue Streaks Aim for First Sectional Title Since 1989

SARATOGA SPRINGS — A year after advancing to the Section II finals for the first time since 1989, th...

Ebola: Are We Prepared?

SARATOGA — As the United States deals with its first cases of the deadly Ebola virus, New York State...

By Arthur Gonick Saratoga TODAY SARATOGA SPRINGS— With hundreds in attendance at the Saratoga Springs City Council Meeting on Tuesday, March 4, after months of public debate and public comment (with months more to come) Mayor Joanne Yepsen at 9:30 p.m. read a resolution into the record which stated firm opposition to several provisions of the Upstate New York Gaming Economic Development Act of 2013. The resolution received unanimous (5-0) approval by a roll call vote of the entire council.…
You Are Now Encouraged To Play With Your Pints SARATOGA SPRINGS – So, it was getting towards the end of the Saratoga Beer Summit, when I stumbled (not literally; well, maybe) into the smiling face of Kerri Tanner at a booth in the back. I took one look at her products, and had to tell her: “I hate you. This was my idea.” The shocked look on her face was quickly replaced by another smile and a knowing nod. Apparently,…
What a fantastic way to kick off National Nutrition Month by writing a column that shares all the many exciting Health and Wellness Initiatives that are forming and currently taking place in and around Saratoga Springs! I feel so grateful to live in the Spa city that represents Health, History, and Horses! First, let me give you a bit of background about me, as your reliable health source and connection to one of the largest growing industries in the country,…
Stewart’s Seed Money To Make It Happen in Maltaville MALTA— The town of Malta has been challenged with coping with some of Saratoga County’s greatest growth issues arising out of the as a result of the siting of GlobalFoundries at the Luther Forest Technology Campus. Often the results have been regarded as haphazard: either overreaching or inadequate – a dozen roundabouts (with potentially more on the horizon) and the retail vacancies in the Ellsworth Commons project being two visible examples.…
SARATOGA SPRINGS — The Saratoga Home & Lifestyle Show, organized by the Saratoga Springs Rotary Club takes place this weekend, February 28-March 2, at the Saratoga Springs City Center. Show hours are Friday, 5-9 p.m.; Saturday, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.; and Sunday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Among the displays from the show’s 120 exhibitors will be landscaping and outdoor living, home improvement, storage and organization, home décor and furnishings, builders and contractors, elder care, legal, financial services and…
Setting aside political views and personal perspectives involving the Vietnam War era, let’s focus on those individuals for their service and sacrifice to our nation—leaving loved ones behind for a tumultuous unknown—and honor our Vietnam War veterans and their families as the 50th Anniversary to the war’s end approaches. Since decided upon by the Saratoga Springs City Council in the fall of 2013, to commemorate the ending of the Vietnam War, a committee was established with its goal to honor…
SOS Youth Outreach Drop-In Center Provides Services For Young Adults In Need SARATOGA SPRINGS— The Shelters of Saratoga (SOS) Youth Outreach Drop-in Center at 20 Walworth Street is completing its fourth month of operation and is making an impact in a variety of ways. The Drop-in Center, which is open on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., serves an important demographic: young adults, ages 16 to 21. The services provided are diverse and can make a difference…
SARATOGA SPRINGS – Behind a large gray, unmarked door on Phila Street is a nearly two-year-old software and web design company MadGlory. Out of view of passerby, it is a fast-growing company that was a small offshoot of yet another tech startup. Today the company employs 20 individuals and is able to accept projects at discretion – typically ones that serve between 5 million – 20 million customers. Shipping projects with this extensive reach is a “sweet spot” for their…
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Police Blotter

  • Richard M. Settles, 56, of Saratoga Springs, was arrested Oct. 19 and charged with criminal trespassing. Christopher M. Decker, 32,…
  • Massimo DeFilippo, 29, of Schenectady, was arrested Oct. 6 and charged with harassment. Christopher T. Hutchins, 22, of Porter Corners,…
  • Melinda A. Kelly, 32, of Saratoga Springs, was arrested September 25 and charged with attempted robbery. Jonathan P. Kaufman, 30,…
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