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SARATOGA COUNTY – While the country, state and county still struggle with the economic recession triggered nearly four years ago, financial and housing experts forecast slow but steady growth in Saratoga County’s future, showing greater resilience and stronger numbers than most in the nation.
SARATOGA SPRINGS – The 2012 Saratoga First Night, hosted by Saratoga Arts, is themed “Art Unleashed,” featuring more than 80 performers in 35 venues across the city New Year’s Eve, including one very high-tech project that uniquely fits the bill.
BALLSTON SPA – Coming home for the holidays – for many, it’s what the season is all about. But what happens when you can’t be home for the holidays, not because of high-priced airfare or travel delays, but because you literally have no place to call your home
SARATOGA COUNTY - Ten years after welcoming 9/11 first responders to Saratoga Springs for an all-inclusive weekend of fun and relaxation, the Saratoga County Chamber of Commerce and Saratoga Convention and Tourism Bureau announced Monday, December 12, a similar respite program for New York State National Guard members who have deployed to Iraq or Afghanistan.
SARATOGA SPRINGS - Only a small group of local businesses have benefited from the Revolving Loan Fund, a city program that provides low-interest loans in exchange for job creation.
SCHUYLERVILLE – Area veterans who are laid to rest at the Gerald B.H. Solomon National Cemetery are given more than a simple burial.
SARATOGA SPRINGS - A Stonequist Apartment resident claims the Saratoga Springs Housing Authority site is infested with bed bugs and that nothing is being done about it.
SARATOGA – Having a place to call home is something many of us take for granted, but for one local family it’s a dream come true.
SARATOGA COUNTY – With less than a week to go before the December 14 vote to finalize the $309.2 million Saratoga County 2012 Budget, the Saratoga County Board of Supervisors has put all options on the table as they look to close an $8.1 million gap between revenue and expenditures. One option being considered: reduce or eliminate funding for many outside agencies promoting tourism, which in themselves bring hundreds of thousands of dollars into the region.
SARATOGA SPRINGS - By a unanimous 5-0 vote, the Saratoga Springs City Council passed its 2012 Comprehensive Budget with amendments at a meeting on Tuesday, November 29. The 2012 budget will have a property tax reduction of .81 percent.