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Addition Includes 120-Room Hotel, 24,000-Square-Foot Event Center

SARATOGA SPRINGS — In an effort to attract more tourists to the city and create an “international resort destination,” Saratoga Casino and Raceway announced a $30 million investment to expand its facilities by adding a 120-room hotel and 24,000-square-foot multi-use event center, among other amenities.

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SARATOGA SPRINGS — City officials held the first of several workshops designed to come up with a Master Plan for Saratoga Springs that will shape its future development; and over and over, residents expressed a desire for the City to continue to flourish, but at the same time, bring in more affordable housing to attract young families and to make the Spa City more walking and bike friendly. 

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SARATOGA SPRINGS — The 2013 Saratoga Springs and Saratoga County elections are expected by many to feature several hard-fought and closely contested elections. 

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SARATOGA SPRINGS — There’s a new chief in town.

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SARATOGA SPRINGS — After winter-like weather postponed the first signature event of the Saratoga 150 celebration, the summerlong celebration is set to kick off this Saturday at SPAC. 

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Thursday, 30 May 2013 13:27

Parade of Homes Starts This Weekend

SARATOGA SPRINGS — The Spring Parade of Homes is set to start this weekend, featuring 12 homes from local builders. 

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Thursday, 30 May 2013 13:25

Saratoga County Fair Is Looking for Talent

BALLSTON SPA — The Saratoga County Fair is looking for contestants for the amazing Talent Competitions during the 172nd Saratoga County Fair held during the week of the week of July 16-21.

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Thursday, 30 May 2013 13:24

Make-A-Wish Fundraiser Honors Lost Classmates

GUILDERLAND — A small number of graduates from Guilderland High School’s Class of 1978 met last year to begin planning a 35th reunion and, as they began talking, learned that a number of classmates—more than 15—had died.

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Memorial Day. It has been said that it is ‘the unofficial start to summer,’ or known as the last holiday before school-aged students begin final exams and end another school year or even a long weekend filled with sales, shopping, barbeques, seasonal employment or maybe the beginning of a great suntan.

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City Receives High Marks in Education, Cost of Living and Economic Growth

SAN FRANCISCO — NerdWallet, a consumer advocacy and financial literacy website, has compiled a list of the best cities in New York for young families. 

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  • Saratoga County Court  Sara N. Babinski, 35, of Schuylerville, was sentenced to 3 months incarceration/ 5 years probation, after pleading to felony DWAI, charged January 2024 in Saratoga Springs.  Thomas R. McCall, 35, of Rensselaer, pleaded to criminal possession of a weapon in the second-degree, in connection with a March 2024 incident in Saratoga Springs, when city police initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle on South Broadway and located a Magnum .357 revolver with ammunition underneath the driver’s seat, according to a statement by Saratoga County District Attorney Karen Heggen. Further investigation determined that the firearm belonged to the defendant,…

Property Transactions

  •   BALLSTON  Frederick Wright sold property at 78 Beacon St to Jacqueline Zielinski for $361,000 Barbera Homes Kelley Farms sold property at 30 Paddock Pl to Erik Weiskopf for $716,959 Harold Tomlinson sold property at 429 Devils Lane to Amy Hotaling for $575,000 CORINTH Khalil Grant sold property at 5049 Rt 9N to Colin Murray for $239,500 Angela Wingle sold property at 83 Clothier Dr to Brittany Dunston for $249,900 Foothills Builders sold property at 49 Black Bear Path to Zachary Yetter for $455,605 Gwendoyln Matson sold property at 116 County Route 10 to Victoria Bourque for $169,000 MALTA  David…
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