A Call For Help: Community Rallies Around Neighbors Who Need Support

SCHUYLERVILLE — The community of Schuylerville is coming together to help neighbors recover from two...

Key For Black Horses: ‘Selflessness’

SCHUYLERVILLE — Schuylerville football has made a statement so far in 2014. Heading into tonight’s ...

The Heart Of A Hero

18-Month-Old Preston Stewart Carries The Torch For Bravery At Saturday’s North Country Heart Walk B...

Local USA Triathlete Never Quits

BALLSTON SPA — As a physically active teenager, a young Jeff Cornick was watching the Ironman World ...

Biggest Loser Contestant Says Yes to the Dress

Tumi Oguntala to Appear on Popular TLC Show Friday Night SARATOGA SPRINGS – Viewers fell in love w...

A Weekend Of Wellness Awaits

October 18 and 19 At Healthy Living Market WILTON – Now that the family has settled in to the fall ...

Bravo Limoncello!

Tenth Anniversary Celebrations To Last All Year By Arthur Gonick Saratoga TODAY   ROME – Every g...

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…
Senior Housing Proposed For Lake Avenue SARATOGA SPRINGS – For weeks, residents had seen the signs. First, the signs said that The St. John Neumann Residence on the St. Clement’s campus at 233 Lake Avenue was “for sale.” Then later, “sale pending.” And though there was some buzz that the Bonacio Corporation was the pending buyer, the actual development details were a closely guarded secret. The big reveal took place at the Saratoga Springs City Council meeting on Tuesday, February…
By Egan Mills For Saratoga TODAY BUGEMBE, UGANDA— (Editors Note): Egan Mills is a freshman at Saratoga Springs High School. In mid-February she, her mother Meg Kelly and thirty other volunteers went on a voyage to the Town of Bugembe in Uganda to work with the Aids Orphan Education Trust. She will be there until the end of this month. Egan and the other volunteers worked on various projects including fixing up the school buildings, providing medical care and working…
Fourth Winter Ball Set For February 22 SARATOGA SPRINGS— Fresh eyes bring new perspectives and fresh ideas. Believe it or not, The Saratoga Performing Arts Center (SPAC) will shortly be celebrating its 50th Anniversary in 2016. It will reach this milestone because it became, and continues to be, relevant: faithful to its core past, but always looking forward and reaching out for new ways to reach new audiences. This is true for SPAC’s programming, but just as true for what…
Word-Of-Mouth Spreads That Milton Wants Development, Contractors Respond MILTON – The Town of Milton is in the fast lane of development as individuals looking to invest are responding to the town's plans to help expedite development projects. In the initial works for three commercial structures on 11 acres located at 2143 Doubleday Avenue near Route 50 and Northline Road will house a 50,000-square-foot supermarket as well as two other structures that are to host a fast food restaurant and a…
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Police Blotter

  • 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,…
  • Michael W. Ormsby, 51, of Plattsburgh, was arrested September 20 and charged with making a terroristic threat and aggravated harassment.…
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