Zac At SPAC: Brown Is The New Black

By Arthur GonickSaratoga TODAY SARATOGA SPRINGS – In modern English language, the world ‘awesome’ i...

On The Runway

By Carrie Rowlands Johnson For Saratoga TODAY SARATOGA SPRINGS – “Next up, we have Carrie Rowlands ...

A Place to Call Home

Local Initiative Building Homes for Working-Class Families SARATOGA SPRINGS – For most people, Sara...

More Than Just A Furry Friend

Boy with Two Rare Conditions Fundraising for Service Dog SARATOGA SPRINGS – 2-year-old Giovanni LaB...

50th G.I. Joe Birthday Commemorated at Military Museum SARATOGA SPRINGS – “A boy’ll never play with a doll but he will play with a soldier.” - Don Levine, creator, G.I. Joe Beginning with the release of the original iconic 11½ inch action figures in 1964 by Hasbro representing the Army, Navy and Marines (and shortly after - the “Action Nurse”) G.I. Joe has captivated a large segment of the toy loving public for it’s realism (with its 21 moving parts),…
SARATOGA SPRINGS - Local College Brings Experience In Online Education To Statewide Open SUNY Laptop underarm, coffee in hand, homework and encroaching deadline on the mind, State University of New York’s (SUNY) Empire State College is leading the way to expand SUNY’s online education program catering to nontraditional students who juggle responsibilities between family and work. SUNY Empire State College will be taking the lead in SUNY's online initiative, Open SUNY, to offer an option for college-level courses to the…
2014 SARATOGA SPRINGS STATE OF THE CITY ADDRESS GIVEN BY MAYOR JOANNE D. YEPSEN JANUARY 28 – 7:00PM, SARATOGA SPRINGS CITY CENTER Good evening my fellow Saratogians and welcome to the Saratoga Springs City Center. Tonight, as your mayor, it is my distinct honor and privilege to give the 2014 State of the City Address. First, I want to recognize several current and former elected officials who are with us this evening. And most importantly, I want to thank my…
Peering over a paper, Keith Wheeler and Kurt Freeman prepare for their interview. A recorder is placed on the table while several others gather around waiting for the show to get underway. The door is shut to keep out the extra noise, and the host invites his guests into the conversation. They are sharing stories through a project that is still young, but quickly developing, at Saratoga Bridges. It is a radio show that took shape late last year and…
SARATOGA SPRINGS —The doors of the Pavilion Grand Hotel located at 30 Lake Avenue Saratoga Springs are scheduled to open in May, offering a downtown location and modern accommodations with space under the sun for guests to branch out. The feature amenity of Pavilion Grand Hotel is Mingle on the Avenue, a 2,800-square-foot dining area on the rooftop, but the five-story boutique hotel is also fitted with 48 one- and two- bedroom studio suites designed for extended stays including eight…
Residents Search For Response To ‘Malta-fication’ of Their Neighborhood ROUND LAKE – To the east of the Northway’s Exit 11 sits a beloved historic village in the Town of Malta. Founded in 1867, lovingly maintained and treasured to this day by just over 600 residents and countless thousands of annual visitors alike. Just west of this village is a modern vehicular / biker / pedestrian phenomenon: the roundabout. Only one exists here today, just east of the Northway and by…
Saratoga Springs City Council SARATOGA SPRINGS— The public comment period at the beginning of the Saratoga Springs City Council meeting on Tuesday, January 21, was, as expected, longer than usual and dominated by members of the public expressing their opinion on the issue of expanded gaming. But, as opposed to the council’s previous meeting (January 7) the composition of the commenters might best be described as a “horse of a different color.” Another overflow city council chamber was, this time,…
SARATOGA SPRINGS — The Adirondack Trust Company today announced an increase in its dividend of 50 cents per share, from $25.00 per share to $25.50, due to overall business performance, including record levels of deposits (excluding assets held in trust), commercial loans, consumer loans and residential mortgages in 2013. As of December 31, 2013, The Adirondack Trust Company’s total loan balances increased 12.7% to a record $568 million due to record levels of new mortgages, consumer loans and commercial loans.…
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Police Blotter

  • Philip J. Taylor, 40, of Jefferson Street in Saratoga Springs, was arrested March 24 and charged with aggravated unlicensed operation…
  • Michael J. Cole, 28, of Jones Road in Saratoga Springs, was arrested March 17 and charged with criminal contempt, aggravated…
  • Aaron J. Buckner, 38, of Verbeck Lane in Clifton Park, was arrested March 11 and charged with failure to register…
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