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City Center Reports Banner Year  SARATOGA SPRINGS –The Saratoga Springs City Center hosted a record...

Renowned Speaker Dan Pallotta Challenged Region to Rethink Charitable Giving

Community Leader Discussion Panel Highlighted New Directions on Marketing and Overhead SARATOGA SPR...

County-Wide, about 2,600 Students Opt-Out of Common Core Tests

Parents Take a Stand Looking for Results, Not Scores SARATOGA COUNTY – There was a time when it wou...

Street Performance Ordinance Modified

SARATOGA SPRINGS – Under the latest revisions to the proposed “busker,” or street performer ordinanc...

Saratoga Peak Performance Re-Launches with New Facility

SARATOGA SPRINGS — Dr. Bryan Briddell of Wilton, 62, has formally re-launched his athletic training ...

City Center Reports Banner Year SARATOGA SPRINGS –The Saratoga Springs City Center hosted a record 157 events, among several other highlights, in its 30th anniversary year. The City Center’s 2014 annual report, delivered to the Saratoga Springs City Council this past Tuesday, April 21 by City Center President Mark Baker, detailed several other pieces of good news, including: -The 157 events represented a new record in building use days; the City Center was in use for 314.5 days in the…
SARATOGA SPRINGS – Under the latest revisions to the proposed “busker,” or street performer ordinance, performers will no longer need to pay a fee, nor obtain a license to perform on downtown sidewalks. The revised ordinance was reviewed at a public hearing before the Saratoga Springs City Council meeting on Tuesday, April 21. In introducing the latest version of the ordinance, Mayor Joanne Yepsen called it “…now much improved” and an outgrowth of meeting with downtown business owners, performers and…
Dedicated Crew Completes Projects with Rebuilding Together Saratoga County By Stephanie Hale-Lopez Saratoga TODAY SARATOGA COUNTY – There’s no doubt Rebuilding Together Saratoga County (RTSC) has made a tremendous difference in the community since its inception 12 years ago. The organization partners with volunteers year round to ensure that homeowners in need can live independently in safe and healthy home. The volunteers strive to build healthy neighborhoods through RTSC’ s three programs: Home Repair – provides critical repairs for low-income…
SARATOGA SPRINGS – Those who attend the inaugural ChaseCon Expo next Saturday, April 25 at the Saratoga Springs City Center should expect more than just comics. Indeed, a broad cross-section of today’s pop culture in all its forms, utilizing a variety of media will be on display. You may not know where to go first! “To my knowledge, no one has ever put on a pop culture expo.” Said Samuel Chase, the organizer of the event. “We’ve taken the popular…
SARATOGA COUNTY – The Sage Colleges is expanding its Capital Region footprint. The private, liberal arts college has announced it will soon begin offering a Master of Business Administration program at the Hudson Valley Community College (HVCC) TEC-SMART facility in Malta this fall. Aside from Empire State College, no other higher education institution offers MBA programs in the Saratoga area. “There really aren’t a lot of choices, particularly for an MBA, up towards the North Country,” explained Kimberly Fredericks, Ph.D.,…
Davawn Hartz Receives Six Acceptance Letters, Credits Sponsor-A-Scholar SARATOGA SPRINGS – Davawn Hartz has a very tough decision to make. The 18-year-old senior from Saratoga Springs High School and Saratoga Sponsor-A-Scholar participant has waited anxiously for weeks since sending off his college applications, but he didn’t expect this – Hartz has been accepted by every single one, including two Ivy League schools. Hartz is six for six on his journey toward higher education. He received acceptance letters from Columbia University,…
“One Hundred Years is Only the Beginning” SARATOGA SPRINGS – The city that has “history” at the core of its motto: Health, History, Horses, celebrated a major milestone on Tuesday, April 7 as a large contingent of citizens gathered to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the incorporation of the City of Saratoga Springs. “One hundred years is only the beginning,” noted Mayor Joanne Yepsen, who noted how proud she was to be serving as mayor at this particular time. Looking…
SARATOGA SPRINGS — Skidmore College will again observe Autism Awareness Month with a program titled “Autism Awareness and Acceptance,” scheduled April 13-21 on campus. The schedule is completely coordinated by students of Professor Rachel Mann Rosan in the course titled “PS 212B: Developmental Disabilities and Autism.” Each year Rosan assigns her students the task of developing programming for the community to increase awareness about autism, including research and services that are available in the region. All events are free and…
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Police Blotter

  • Alexander J. Rios, 22, of Saratoga Springs, was arrested Jan. 7 and charged with unlawful possession of marijuana, aggravated unlicensed…
  • Tracy Adams, of Framingham, Massachusetts, 49, of Brooklyn, was arrested Dec. 8 and charged with grand larceny. Michael D. Urbanski,…
  • Gilbert Judge, 34, of Queensbury, was arrested Dec. 2 and charged with failure to keep right, aggravated unlicensed operation of…
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