On Sunday, July 28, the Saratoga Springs Police Department Investigation Division, Albany Division of the FBI and the New York State Police CNET, conducted an undercover operation in conjunction with the FBI National “Operation Cross Country” detail. The primary goal of “Operation Cross Country” is to rescue juvenile victims from child prostitution. This year, “Operation Cross Country” resulted in 105 children being rescued from sex trafficking in 76 cities across the United States.
SARATOGA SPRINGS — Up and coming chef Kristin Sica from Saratoga Springs will compete with other chefs from around the Capital Region at The Times Union “Grill Games” on Thursday night at Saratoga Performing Arts Center. The competition is part of the Sage Colleges “Date Night” series. Competition begins 6 p.m.
SARATOGA SPRINGS — With the beginning of the 150th racing season at Saratoga Race Course, Saratoga TODAY Newspaper is proud to announce the release of the fourth issue of Equicurean Magazine.
SARATOGA SPRINGS — As the summer heats up, Saratoga TODAY Newspaper is proud to announce the release of the latest issue of Saratoga’s premier lifestyle magazine, Simply Saratoga.
The annual Flag Day parade will be held on Broadway in Saratoga Springs on Saturday June 8th. The parade will start at noon and is expected to last 2 1/2 to 3 hours. The parade will begin on North Broadway, proceed south on Broadway, and end in Congress Park.
Cutting the ribbon to celebrate the opening of the Malta Farmer’s Market this week were Denise Romeo of the Saratoga County Chamber of Commerce; Tom Clark, the assistant manager of the Malta Allerdice ACE Hardware store; Malta market manager and farmer Suzanne Balet Haight, and her husband David Haight, of Malta’s Open Space, Agricultural, and Trails Committee; Wally Allerdice III and Malta Allerdice manager Jon Swick. The market will set up every Tuesday from 3-6 p.m. in the Allerdice parking…
SARATOGA SPRINGS - Respect Awards will be given to 113 students from Saratoga Springs High School on May 13, during a special program at 7 p.m. in the Meade (teaching) Auditorium. This is the sixth year of the program, which is sponsored by the Saratoga Springs Lions Club as well as the Parent-Teacher-Student Organization and high school staff.
SARATOGA SPRINGS — Saratoga Springboard, a group of young, professional volunteers dedicated to empowering non-profits in Saratoga County has teamed up with Saratoga Mentoring to enhance programming in the community. Saratoga Mentoring is a program deeply rooted in Saratoga Springs that has been providing services to youths in challenging circumstances for more than 20 years.
Community Invited to Visit Schools May 13-17
2013 Preservation Recognition Awards SARATOGA SPRINGS - Each year in May as part of National Historic Preservation Month, Saratoga Springs Preservation Foundation recognizes individuals and organizations that have completed preservation projects in the past year.
Shelters of Saratoga To Get Clean-up Assistance from Keller Williams Saratoga Springs RED Day VolunteersWritten by Staff Report
SARATOGA SPRINGS – Keller Williams Realty of Saratoga Springs will be participating in National RED Day to be held on Thursday, May 9, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. to assist Shelters of Saratoga (SOS), located at 14 Walworth Street, Saratoga Springs, with clean up and shelter repairs.
ALBANY – The final slate of presenting companies has been chosen for the 13th Annual SmartStart UNYTECH Venture Forum, presented by the Center for Economic Growth (CEG) in Albany, NY. A total of 23 high-growth early stage companies will be featured, including ten from the Capital Region.
SARATOGA SPRINGS — Maurices, Wilton Mall is holding a Food Drive drive to benefit Franklin Community Center, Inc.
Senator Kathleen Marchione Announces Kari Bovenzi, MD as the “2013 Woman of Distinction” for 43rd Senate DistrictWritten by Staff Report
Dr. Bovenzi is a Pediatrician and owner of Genesis Pediatrics, served as Co-Chair of Capital Region Heart Gallery and is helping families challenged by Lyme Disease
The SUNY Board of Trustees Votes Unanimously to Appoint Merodie A. Hancock the Fourth Permanent President of Empire State CollegeWritten by Staff Report
Hancock succeeds Alan R. Davis, Joseph B. Moore and James W. Hall. TROY – The SUNY Board of Trustees today voted unanimously to appoint Merodie A. Hancock the fourth permanent president of Empire State College. Hancock will begin serving as president in early July of this year.