10-Year-Old Entrepreneur

Local Kid Creates Big Balls the Adventure, Partners with The Soul Arts Center SARATOGA SPRINGS – He...

Lex & Cleo “Darling Gifts for Baby” Opens in Saratoga Marketplace

New Boutique Finds Niche with Babies and Young Children SARATOGA SPRINGS – Finding a gift for a ne...

Haven Tee Room Preparing for Snow Season

Snowshoeing, Skiing Among Activities Allowed on 380-Acre Brookhaven Site this Winter PORTER CORNER...

New Business in Town Aims to Help School Sports Teams

School Sports Media Offers Solution for School Sports Programs, Local Businesses SARATOGA SPRINGS ...

Luxury at 55+

Bonacio Construction Begins Transformation of the Historic Neumann Center SARATOGA SPRINGS – Renova...

Local Marine Driving Toward a Brighter Future

Marcus Jackson among Four Local Vets Who Received Refurbished Cars on Veterans Day ALBANY – H&V Col...

Streaks Seek First State Title Appearance Since ’04

SARATOGA SPRINGS — The march to the New York State Public High School Athletic Association Final Fou...

Local Kid Creates Big Balls the Adventure, Partners with The Soul Arts Center SARATOGA SPRINGS – He can’t drive a car or purchase a lottery ticket…at least not for now; but 10-year-old Nick Scialdone Jr. is doing something most adults only dream about – running his own business. Scialdone Jr. is the mastermind behind Big Balls the Adventure, a business all about zorbing. Zorbing, which has been popularized in Europe and Asia, is a fun and recreational activity using zorb…
Bonacio Construction Begins Transformation of the Historic Neumann Center SARATOGA SPRINGS – Renovations at the St. John Neumann Residence, nestled behind tall trees at 233 Lake Ave. in Saratoga Springs, are well underway; transforming what once was a retirement home for priests, into an independent senior living community. Sonny Bonacio, president of Bonacio Construction Inc., has been the force behind luxury condos, apartments, commercial offices and retail stores. Now, he’s bringing that same Bonacio touch to what he’s naming The…
Snowshoeing, Skiing Among Activities Allowed on 380-Acre Brookhaven Site this Winter PORTER CORNERS – It’s that time of year again! While preparations are being made for the holidays, the newly remodeled Haven Tee Room at Brookhaven Golf Course in Porter Corners is already gearing up for snow. The Haven Tee Room, open to both golfers and the general public, has made a name for itself with its lunch and dinner menu, banquets, weddings, full-service bar and comfortable atmosphere. Offering delicious…
Marcus Jackson among Four Local Vets Who Received Refurbished Cars on Veterans Day ALBANY – H&V Collision Center, one of the largest independently owned collision repair facilities in the Capital Region, hosted a Veterans Day luncheon on Tuesday, Nov. 11, to give four deserving veterans and their families cars as part of the 2014 Keys to Progress. The event, the seventh in a series hosted by H&V, comes after months of deliberation. The veterans and families were hand-selected based on…
On Monday Nov. 10, a Saratoga County Sheriff’s Deputy abruptly resigned following charges of misconduct and harassment. Sgt. Shawn R. Glans, a 27-year veteran of the force, stepped down after a video showing Glans harassing a young man was posted online over the weekend. The incident began when Glans received a call reporting suspicious activity around 2:30 a.m. on Friday Nov. 7 near Route 236 in Halfmoon. By the time Glans and his fellow deputies arrived, the vehicle was gone,…
Salvation Army Will Host Emergency Shelter By Arthur Gonick Saratoga TODAY SARATOGA SPRINGS – As the city prepares for the holiday season, another set of preparations have been underway to assure that many who are not as fortunate as others will have some relief from winter’s icy chill. The result is that in 2014-15 the city’s Code Blue facility will have a new home – The Salvation Army at 27 Woodlawn Avenue. Because of the building’s physical plant, combined with…
SARATOGA SPRINGS— Award-winning graphic designer and author Chip Kidd will talk about the importance of visual communication when he lectures Thursday, Nov. 13, at Skidmore College. His talk, titled “! Or?: Let me be perfectly clear. Or mysterious,” begins at 7:30 p.m. in Gannett Auditorium, Palamountain Hall. Admission is free and open to the public. The talk is co-sponsored by Skidmore’s Visual Literacy Forum and Northshire Bookstore, which will host a book-signing session following the talk. Kidd writes and designs…
SSHS Students Learn From Firsthand Oral Histories By Arthur Gonick Saratoga TODAY SARATOGA SPRINGS – As part of a nationwide effort to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the ceasing of hostilities in Vietnam, the city of Saratoga Springs became one of the first to enroll as a commemorative partner in this effort. The roster of partners is now 100 in New York State and over 6,000 in the United States. There will be many activities scheduled by the appointed committee…
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Police Blotter

  • Nathan D. Kelman, 29, of Clifton Park, was arrested Nov. 3 and charged with aggravated unlicensed operation of a vehicle.…
  • Christopher M. Rose, 43, of Saratoga Springs, was arrested Oct. 29 and charged with assault. Michael J. Galvin, 45, of…
  • Robert L. Martin, 26, of Greenfield, was arrested Oct. 22 and charged with attempted burglary and harassment. Glen McNeil, 38,…
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