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By Arthur Gonick Saratoga TODAY SARATOGA SPRINGS – Now in it’s 17th year, Chowderfest is nothing less than a happening. Over time, it has ascended to a level where it rivals any event in this area. What makes Chowderfest distinctive is the time of year it occurs (this year’s event is on Saturday, Jan. 31 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.), it’s tasty, and every year it keeps growing, growing, growing! Last year, The Saratoga Convention and Tourism Bureau, which…
Anne Palamountain dies at 91 SARATOGA SPRINGS—Anne Tonnesen Palamountain, first lady of Skidmore College for 22 years during a period of dynamic change at Skidmore and in higher education nationally, died on Jan. 24 in Saratoga Hospital of complications from pneumonia. She was 91 years old. Mrs. Palamountain came to the college in 1965, accompanying her husband, Joseph C. Palamountain Jr., when he became the fourth president of Skidmore. Whether at the side of her husband, or through her own…
Matt Veitch Takes the Reins of County Bd. of Supervisors BALLSTON SPA – On Tuesday, Jan. 20, Matthew Veitch took the gavel and ran his first monthly meeting as Chairman of the Saratoga County Board of Supervisors. Elected from the City of Saratoga Springs, he is the first to be chair from the city since Phil Klein had that role in 1992. This meeting represents a milestone in that Veitch now has overall responsibility for county operations, as he and…
SARATOGA SPRINGS – You don’t turn 100 years old every day, or every year in fact – and so when you do, you put together a comprehensive celebration that reflects that milestone. That is the short course on the big plans that were detailed by Mayor Joanne Yepsen and the Saratoga Springs Centennial Committee at City Hall on Tuesday, Jan. 20. Indeed, there is not one aspect of city life – be it history, arts, sports and health, among many…
Wilton’s Crew Tackles Snow One Storm at a Time WILTON – Local plow crews had their work cut out for them with the few snow storms Mother Nature threw our way at the beginning of the week. Snow means planning for most people, including Kirk Woodcock. But instead of planning to wake up extra early to scrape the ice off of his windshield or clear his driveway, which he does, he also makes sure the roads are safe for all…
Candy Company, Saratoga Sweets to Join Forces By Arthur Gonick Saratoga TODAY SARATOGA SPRINGS – To paraphrase Reese’s, Saratoga County will soon have two great tastes that taste great together! That’s because the owner and co-founder of Halfmoon-based Saratoga Sweets, Mike Fitzgerald, recently decided to step back from day-to-day operations after 26 years. The creator of the iconic, beloved “Peppermint Pig” is turning over the reins to son Mike, Jr. It was announced this week that Saratoga Sweets will shortly…
Wesley Community, Saratoga Hospital Expand Level of Senior Care MALTA – Saratoga Hospital and The Wesley Community recently announced plans to collaborate on a proposed new senior living community in Malta. The campus will vastly expand the level of care available to southern Saratoga County. The proposed 12-acre, three-building living community for aging adults will bring various levels of senior housing to southern Saratoga County, including market-rate senior apartments, middle-to-lower income senior apartments and a senior health facility. The campus…
Longtime Members to Preserve McGregor Links Legacy WILTON – The historic McGregor Links Country Club is beginning the new year under new ownership. Blake Crocitto and William Ahl recently purchased the 131-acre property, after its previous owner and operator, Mike Dennis, passed away in December. The Dennis Family and Arakelian Family had owned and operated the property for nearly 45 years prior to the sale. Crocitto and Ahl have been working with the Dennis Family to ensure a smooth transition…
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Police Blotter

  • COURTS: Christopher Rockwell, 30, of Fort Edward, was sentenced on January 15 to 3 years probation after pleading to the…
  • COURTS: Robert J. Gardner, 63, of Saratoga Springs, was sentenced on January 11 to 5 years probation after pleading to…
  • COURTS: Brian M. Maniscalco, 38, of Pottersville, was arraigned on January 3 on the felony charges of assault in the…
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