Madigan: City of Saratoga Springs 2013 YEAR-END FINANCES STRONG AND IN THE BLACK

SARATOGA SPRINGS -- Commissioner of Finance Michele Madigan reports that 2013 City general fund (ope...

Malta Town Board: The Process of Progress

MALTA— The Malta Town Board meeting on Monday, April 7 brought about significant actions on two fron...

Mingle on the Avenue

  Restaurant At Pavilion Grand Hotel To Intermingle Unique Cuisine With Local Tastes   By Colette...

'Ships Passing in the Dark'

  Naval Base Pursues More Community Support    SARATOGA SPRINGS—The Naval Nuclear Power Training...

Kelvin’s Journey

- To Speak At Skidmore Next Monday Evening   “ ‘Cause there'll be hard times,  Lord those hard ti...

DBA Meets the Candidates SARATOGA SPRINGS – On Wednesday evening, October 16, the ballroom in the Courtyard by Marriott was standing room only as the Saratoga Springs Downtown Business Association (DBA) hosted the first face-to-face meeting between candidates for the Saratoga Springs Mayor’s office. Side by side, at separate podiums were Saratoga County Supervisor Joanne Yepsen (D,I,WF) and Deputy Mayor Shauna Sutton (R,C). The proceedings were moderated by Dawn Oesch, owner of the Candy Co. along with JJ Buechner of…
As the wares in Iraq and Afghanistan come to an end, the battle inside the minds and hearts of many of our service members continue. For some, the return home is a gathering of family and friends with open arms, patriotic signs creatively designed in red, white and blue and a “Welcome Home” caption; a surprise visit when a young student runs tearfully into her father’s arms as he knocks on the classroom door; and for others who are grateful…
All three candidates answered the following questions: Q1: What is your motivation for running for this office? What special skills, knowledge, experience or training do you bring to this position? Q2: What are the three most critical issues facing Saratoga County today and in the near future? Q3: The NYS Comptroller has listed Saratoga County as fiscally distressed. How do you believe this problem should be addressed? Q4: Given the growth in population and economic development in Saratoga County what…
Candidates from Malta answered the following questions: Q1: What are the three most critical issues facing Saratoga County today and in the near future? Q2: Given the growth in population and economic development in Saratoga County, what is your vision for the next ten years? Q3:What is your motivation for running for this office ? What special skills, knowledge, experience or training do you bring to this position? Paul J. Sausville Q1: The three most critical issues facing the County…
Candidates from Galway answered the following questions: Q1: What are the three most critical issues facing Saratoga County today and in the near future? Q3: Given the growth in population and economic development in Saratoga County, what is your vision for the next ten years? Q3:What is your motivation for running for this office ? What special skills, knowledge, experience or training do you bring to this position? Regina Doi Q1: Saratoga was the fastest growing county in the Capital…
SARATOGA SPRINGS – Some people spend their lives dreaming or talking about becoming a novelist. In the bottom drawer of their desk sits a dusty pile of papers, a manuscript of sorts, with penciled-in edits and rambling thoughts and grandiose scenes, forever a work in progress. Still others know from their earliest memories that their destiny was to be a writer. That their days would be spent picking out just the right words and stringing them together, crafting sentences that…
SARATOGA SPRINGS -- The final date to submit applications to a local VFW Post for the Veterans of Foreign Wars 2013-14 Patriot's Pen Essay Contest and Voice of Democracy Oral Essay Contest is midnight, November 1. Patriot’s Pen, a youth-essay writing contest endorsed by the National Association of Secondary School Principals’ contest criteria, is a nationwide competition that gives students in grades 6, 7 and 8 the opportunity to write essays expressing their views on democracy. Annually, more than 115,000…
Move is in response to federal government partial shut-down ALBANY -- Responding to the educational needs of America's men and women in uniform, military students at Excelsior College will be able to take a course, tuition-free, while the military's tuition assistance program is in limbo during the partial government shut-down.
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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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