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SARATOGA SPRINGS – Every holiday season, many people look for different ways that they can give back to their communities. This year, several ambitious teens of three bands have collaborated by putting together a concert that will benefit the Franklin Community Center (FCC) in their efforts to give back to those less fortunate this winter.

MALTA - As the Malta Town Board moves closer to completing a concept plan for a project that would add more roundabouts to lessen the traffic burden on Round Lake Road, dozens of residents made an appearance at a public hearing December 3 to voice their concerns on the safety of roundabouts.

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Changing the Way a Community Eats

MIDDLE GRANVILLE – As more and more people become conscious of where the food they eat comes from, the demand for more organically produced or locally sourced food increases. As demand for food increases, so too does the need for new farming practices and techniques that minimize the effect on the planet, while maximizing the return in a completely natural manner. 

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Canine Flu Reported Locally

BALLSTON SPA – While national attention has been paid to the spreading of a new canine influenza on the East Coast, and after a couple of cases have been reported in the area, a local veterinarian is urging the public not to panic.

SARATOGA SPRINGS - Most people know that staying cheerful during the holidays can be a hard thing to do. There is the stress of arranging family get-togethers, tough emotions to face if you have lost a loved one, and the pressure to provide gifts for family members during a time when most families are under financial strains.

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The Adirondack Dog Whisperer

MALTA – The owners were at their wits end. Their family dog, a small, fluffy wisp of dog, a PomaPoo, had turned into a four-legged nightmare. What was once a cute puppy had grown into an unpredictable mess. Ironically named Chewie, the canine would snap and bite on whim, urinate throughout the house and jump on anyone and everyone.

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Saratoga Restaurant Week: Bigger Than Ever

SARATOGA COUNTY – Over 50 of Saratoga County’s restaurants will be busier than ever beginning Friday, November 30, when this year’s 8th Annual Saratoga County Restaurant Week starts up.  With cheap eats available through Thursday, December 6, Saratoga residents will have the opportunity to try local, renowned restaurants at a lower price thanks to fixed-pricing menus.

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The Changing Face of Wilton's Route 9

WILTON – If the proposed zoning changes are approved for the town of Wilton, the look of Maple Avenue north of Daniels Road could change drastically over the next decade with new businesses, new signage, and more growth. In all, the Wilton Zoning Committee is proposing 23 changes to the law, with the majority of them, said Councilman Robert Pulsifer, minor word changes and clarifications.

SARATOGA SPRINGS – Geyser Road Elementary third grader Ryan Bush says he runs because it’s “fun.” If you happen to be one of the hundreds of runners he’s left in the dust on his way to winning local and regional races, it’d be easy to find yourself in disagreement. 

Happy holidays, everyone.

Well, we all made it through another Thanksgiving and Christmas is a mere 25 days away.

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