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5 America Way, $394,900.
MKM Rental LLC sold property to Rebecca Mark and Matthew Hagerman.

8 Zani Lane, $450,000.
Greg and Susan Groh sold property to Walter Sankowski and John and Carrie Pearson.

21 Kasey Pass, Unit 21, $276,026.
Brookview Court Inc./Pigliavento Builders DBA sold property to Stanley and Shirley Podkulski.

26, 28, 30, 31, 32 33, 34 35, 36, 38, 39, 40, 42, 44, 45, 46, 48Saddlebrook Blvd. $1,054,000.
New York Development Group Eastline LLC sold property to Barbera Homes Kelley Farms LLC. 

98 Connolly Rd., $300,000.
Alan and Mary Darby sold property to Emilio and Jill Genzano.

91 McLean St., $180,000.
Gary Levine sold property to Springer Holdings LLC.


12 Featherbed Lane, $389,000.
Paul and Lauria Rockwell sold property to Peter and Jennifer Mehling. 

670 Sweetman Rd., $16,333.
George Flint sold property to Nora Bennett and Megan Venditti.

1362 Sacandaga Rd., $179,000.
Christopher Meyers sold property to Christopher and Brianne De Luca.

955 B Charlton Rd., $419,000.
Staci Grandy sold property to David and Alescia DeFilippo. 

Jockey St. Rear, $12,000.
Kevin Rathgerber and Jeannette Donlon sold property to William Whipple. 

Jockey St., $112,000.
Arthur Catuccio, Jr. sold property to William Whipple.

692 Charlton Rd., $105,000.
David and Lisa Ball sold property to Kevin and Eileen Stone.

1406 Cosgrove Dr., $674,900.
Keith Jones, Jr. sold property to Jeremy Jordan.


309 Mill St., $35,000.
Fred Gurney sold property to Keith Wells.

49 Locust Ridge Dr., $230,000.
Steven and Taylor Treese sold property to Joshua Westad. 

53 Hamilton Ave., $120,000.
Richard Lindsey sold property to Dennis Lindsey and Taylor Ovitt.

424 Palmer Ave., $158,000.
Carey and Patrick Mann sold property to Joshua Spiezio.

107 Gabriel Rd., $30,000.
Jacqueline Burnham sold property to Michael and Katlyn Reynolds.

1 Fuller Dr., Private, $7,000.
Dorothy Avery sold property to Gina Schuld.

144 Davignon Rd., $28,000.
Charles and Linda Jowaiszas sold property to Mark and Bonnie Mosher. 

25 Folts Rd., $194,000.
Daniel Gipe sold property to John Forgacs.

4 Surrey Rd., $249,900.
Elizabeth Hurley (as Trustee) sold property to Michelle and Michael Marlow.


1329 Ridge Rd., $217,000.
Additive Properties LLC sold property to Kacie Lowe and Rustam Domini.


15 Greenfield Manor Rd., $230,000.
Jack Sadousky, Jr. sold property to Edward Yasko and Theresa Starker. 

251 S. Greenfield Rd., $442,000.
Gerald and Colleen Cameron sold property to Joshua Davenport.

22 Middle Grove Rd., $355,000.
Sheryll Waldron sold property to Andrew Polidore.

146 N. Greenfield Rd., $305,000.
Amanda Lampmon sold property to Evangeline and Scott Grimaldi.

104 Wilton Rd., $456,451.
First State Bank (by Receiver by Atty) sold property to MVB Bank Inc. 

110 Wilton Rd., $118,323.
First State Bank (by Receiver) sold property to MVB Bank Inc.

100 Kilmer Ave., $577,500.
John and Jean Travis sold property to Michael Kringle and Alexa Giliof.


104 2nd St., $110,000.
Anthony and Kimberlee Dellecamelie sold property to AS1 Development LLC.

33 Ordelia Lane, $342,940.
Farone Amedore LLC sold property to Susan Frank and James Beneventine. 

18 Copper Ridge Dr., $469,000.
Abele Homes LLC sold property to Michelle and Gary Depaolo, Jr.

88 Blue Spruce Lane, $293,000.
Christine and John Warner sold property to Juan Correa and Ana Jaramilo. 

28 Thistle Dr., $362,000.
Harry and Linda Mitchell sold property to Krysztof and Mihaela Meres.

2125 Route 9, $169,900.
Fannie Mae (by Atty) sold property to Cicada Firstencel. 

12 Little Dr., $465,000.
Phillip Keigley sold property to Eric and Kim Warren.

1168 Laurel Lane, $256,000.
Anthony and Diane Orlando sold property to Brenden Brogan and Rhonda Nelson.


28 Hamilton St., $235,000.
Scott and Kaitlyn Ferris sold property to Alex Acosta and Mariah Leon.

115 Citation Way, $410,000.
Melissa Campos sold property to Farhan Kabir and Monica McNeice.

806 Salem Dr., $315,000.
Steven Claypoll sold property to Matthew Elliott and Sarah Parrillo.

885 Rock City Rd., $2,100,000.
Acorn Milton Self Storage LLC sold property to Stack N Stor Milton LLC. 

345 Emmett St., $217,000.
Fannie Mae (by Atty) sold property to Quinton and Alison Jones.

4 Margaret Dr., $240,000.
Marc and Stacy Petrillose sold property to Kyle and Emma Bogardus.

3 White Oak Path, $68,670.
Roger Curran (by Admin) sold property to Equinox Properties LLC. 

2 Hudson St., $400,865.
Brookview Court Inc. / Pigliavento Builders DBA sold property to Lance Hotaling and Deborah Givis.

158 West North St., $189,000.
Carol Rodriguez sold property to Russell Brown and Vanessa Brabant.

409 Antler Court, $180,200.
Nicholas Rivera sold property to Nikolay and Daniela Ilchovski.

437 Maple Ave., $215,000.
Daniel and Elizabeth Guthrie sold property to Ana Perez.


143 Franklin Beach Rd., $69,000.
Robert Helenek (as Trustee and Co Exec) and Kathleen Anderson (as Co Exec) sold property to trios Breeze LLC. 

146 Franklin Beach Rd., $360,000.
George and Ruth Keeler sold property to Anthony Pettograsso.

102 Monument Dr., $29,000.
Jennifer and Rodger Aldridge, Jr. sold property to Gadus and Son Enterprises LLC / Modern Antiquity DBA.


77 State St., $470,000.
Thirty Seven Greenfield LLC sold property to Lucas Somerwil.

73 Belmont Dr., $280,000.
Jeffrey and Catherine Audevard sold property to Denise Donlon.

29 First St., $389,900.
Caroline Lee Rickard sold property to Denise Donlon.

101 Meadowbrook Rd., $255,000.
Fish Creek Management LLC sold property to Drandon Marini. 

451 Lake Ave., $245,000.
Catherine Saracco (as Trustee) sold property to Joseph DiMaggio.

15 Tompion Lane, $257,000.
Helen Boyd (by Exec) sold property to Mark Krusik.

136 Hathorn Blvd., $284,500.
David and Jennifer Moen sold property to Jeffrey Hayes.


5 Kellog Rd., $247,500.
Flippers LP sold property to Sean Ritter.


Ernst Rd., $50,000.
Nikki and Frederick Bollman, Jr. sold property to Robert Dessormeau.

19 Sweetbriar Dr., $550,000.
Lynn and Emanuel Cirenza sold property to Kelly Kim.

10 Kendrick Hill Rd., $45,000.
Rose Laskey Joint Venture sold property to Barbara Glaser.

14 Kendrick Hill Rd., $59,000.
Rose Laskey Joint Venture sold property to Craig and Lisa Ross.

15 Cedarcrest Dr., $425,000.
Geoffrey and Patricia Gollub sold property to Thomas Mahoney and Amelia Duarte.

13 Conklin Court, $432,482.
McPadden Builders LLC sold property to David and Stacey Mattison.

3081 Route 50, $4,875,622.
Tobia Menke Railroad Place LLC sold property to MHC 83 HW Portfolio LLC.

10 Palmer Terrace, $328,000.
Cynthia Schenone sold property to Nathaniel Reardon.

22 Parkhurst Rd., $190,000.
Steven and Carmen Perue sold property to Weichert Workforce Mobility Inc. 

22 Parkhurst Rd., $190,000.
Weichert Workforce Mobility Inc. sold property to Richard and Mariana St. Amand.

701 Route 9, $79,000.
Teresa Vukosa sold property to Todd and Leonie Smith.

17 Christina Court, $166,000.
Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation sold property to South Bronx Developers LLC.

SARATOGA SPRINGS — Yaddo President Elaina Richardson virtually welcomes online visitors to Yaddo, featuring a rare look at many of the estate’s storied rooms - Patricia Highsmith’s study at West House – where notable poets Sylvia Plath and William Carlos Williams also created works -  to Katrina Trask’s bedroom in the historic Mansion, famously depicted in a WW II era edition of Life Magazine featuring then-new writer Truman Capote. 

The presentation is part of the Yaddo Virtual Fall Benefit 2020, which takes place Oct. 8. The event also features Yaddo artists and local supporters revealing what Yaddo means to them and will be highlighted by a performance by the musical duo, The Lazours.

For ticket information, go to: 

Thursday, 24 September 2020 13:06

Saratoga Shakespeare: Keep the Arts Alive

SARATOGA SPRINGS — In the face of unprecedented challenges this year, the company’s world premiere of Damian Lanigan's Testament was presented as an audio performance, available to listeners free of charge. The organization announced it is concluding its fiscal year Sept. 30. 

“We need the arts now more than ever, so please make a tax-deductible gift by Sept. 30 to support Saratoga Shakespeare Company as our fiscal year comes to a close,” the company announced in a statement. “A gift today will help us continue to produce quality online programming while social distancing guidelines are still in place, and ensure that we will be ready to produce live theatre again when it is safe to do so.”

To make a donation or for more information, go to:

SARATOGA SPRINGS — The Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery at Skidmore College announces the fall 2020 Tang at Home Studio series. This series will be conducted online to ensure the health and safety of our audiences and our staff. The Museum building is closed to the public for now, but we are open online to bring the Tang experience into your home. 

Tang at Home Studio gives kids the chance to explore their creativity, make new things, and share their artwork with peers online. 

Each session, which occurs every other Friday at 5 p.m. from Sept. 25 to Nov. 20, includes an at-home looking and exploration of an artwork, instructions for project preparation and a real-time online gathering, led by Sunny Ra.

How does it work?

On Monday morning of each week there is a session, and an opening up of registrations on the Tang Teaching Museum website. Then on Friday gather online via Zoom to discuss ideas about the artwork, engage in an art-making activity, and share creations. To ensure a fun sharing environment, registration is required. The live Friday sessions are best suited for kids ages 5-12 and a parent or guardian, but everyone is welcome.

Tang At Home Studio Schedule:
Session 1: September 25 Landscape of Discovery 
Session 2: Oct. 9 Self-Portrait Remix
Session 3: Oct. 23 Get Up and Move!
Session 4: Nov. 6 Art in Action. 
Session 5: Nov. 20 Future Visions.

The Tang Teaching Museum at Skidmore College is closed to the public, due to the coronavirus, but is open online. For updates, visit 

For questions about this program, contact Tang Museum Educator Sunny Ra via email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

SARATOGA SPRINGS — Northshire Bookstore has announced it is accepting pre-orders in advance of the Nov. 17 anticipated release of Barack Obama’s “A Promised Land.” 

The 768-page book signals the first volume of Obama’s presidential memoirs and covers a journey from his earliest political aspirations to the pivotal Iowa caucus victory and the watershed night of Nov. 4, 2008, when he was elected 44th president of the United States, becoming the first African American to hold the nation’s highest office.

Reflecting on the presidency, Obama offers a unique and thoughtful exploration of both the awesome reach and the limits of presidential power, as well as singular insights into the dynamics of U.S. partisan politics and international diplomacy, and brings readers inside the Oval Office and the White House Situation Room, and to Moscow, Cairo, Beijing, and points beyond. 

The book is $45 and may be pre-ordered by visiting Northshire Bookstore Saratoga, located at 424 Broadway – the sore is open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily, or by visiting:

CHATHAM, NY — On Saturday, Sept. 26, Equine Advocates will present Willie Nelson with the 2020 Safe Home Equine Protection Award for his work and dedication to end the slaughter of America’s horses during a special online event to be broadcast on YouTube, Facebook and Equine Advocates website. Nelson will be the 19th recipient of this award, which was first given out in 2002. 

Nine-time Grammy Award-winning singer/song writer Sheryl Crow will be making an appearance during the broadcast with a special message for her good friend and fellow horse lover, Willie Nelson. They recently recorded the song, “Lonely, Alone” together. The music video for the song includes footage of Nelson with some of his rescued horses. 

Actress Ali MacGraw, who appeared in such iconic films as “Love Story,” “The Getaway” and “Goodbye Columbus,” will be presenting Andrea Eastman with the 2020 Equine Savior Award for her decades of work and activism on behalf of America’s wild and domestic equines.  Eastman, who had an illustrious 27-year career as a high-powered agent for ICM, was personally responsible for Robert Redford’s signing of the Voter Card in California in 1998 in support of the first state initiative in the nation to ban the slaughter of horses for human consumption. That initiative, “Prop 6” passed by more than 60% of the vote. 

 The program will be hosted by two-time Emmy and Tony Award-winning actress, Bebe Neuwirth, who was the recipient of the Safe Home Equine Protection Award in 2009. 

Artists also performing during this celebration and telethon include: Tom Chapin, The Gibson Brothers, Cathy Grier, Brooke Moriber, and Livingston Taylor. 

The broadcast will begin at 6 p.m. Eastern Standard Time. For more information, visit Equine Advocates website: and official Facebook page, for more details and updates. 

Equine Advocates, a national, non-profit equine protection organization based in Chatham, will be celebrating its 25th birthday on Feb. 27, 2021. Its mission is to rescue, protect and prevent the abuse of equines through education, investigation, rescue operations, the dissemination of information to the public and through the operation of a horse sanctuary for slaughter-bound, abused and neglected equines.

SARATOGA SPRINGS — Providing spins to navigate through a COVID world, Spa City resident Chuck Vosganian, AKA Rochmon announces the newest episode of the Rochmon Record Club Pandemonium is up and running on the Rochmon Facebook page. 

Rochmon is joined by Syracuse singer songwriter Colleen Kattau and Guitarist Jane Zell of Dos XX and Jane Zell and the Zelltones for an hour of original bi-lingual music and conversation about the plight of immigrants and issues regarding the Latinx community. Kattau, a Professor of Spanish at SUNY Cortland and Vosganian discuss the realities of the invisible people who live among us. 

Rochmon Record Club Pandemonium is a one hour, live to tape, deep dive into a regional artist. The hour is filled with music, trivia, some unexpected laughs, and fun for the entire family.

Thursday, 24 September 2020 12:46

A Mother’s Gift Given to Saratoga School

SARATOGA SPRINGS — This week mothers who are residents at Prestwick Chase will be donating 75 plastic Adirondack chairs to the Saratoga Springs High School. John Rowe, director of marketing at Prestwick, said they had many chairs left over from their Mothers Day event this year and wanted a way to help out the school district. 

SARATOGA SPRINGS — Franklin Community Center is honored to have the support of Stewart’s Shops and The Dake Family a fund of The Community Foundation for the Greater Capital Region. Franklin Community Center is the recipient of a $6,000 grant that will be used to modify the reception area in order to accommodate new COVID-19 safety protocols.

“When the pandemic hit we were forced to close our office down to the public at the exact moment when our services were needed most.” states Executive Director, Kari Cushing. “Fortunately, the weather at that time of year allowed us to continue serving our less fortunate neighbors safely.” 

With the winter months quickly approaching and the requests for food only growing, the need to open the doors is getting closer and closer.  “With this generous grant from Stewart’s Shops and The Dake Family we will be able to reconstruct our reception area to comply with social distancing requirements and keep our clients, volunteers and staff safe and healthy” said Board President, Jason Lynch.

The generosity and compassion Stewart’s Shops and The Dake Family have shown this community over the years is truly unparalleled. The strong moral compass and commitment to the community from which their company has been built upon speaks volumes to the character of the Dake family. 

Franklin will continue to work hard to meet the needs as they change and exist in the community. For more information on the programs and services of Franklin Community Center please visit the website: 

Thursday, 24 September 2020 12:43

Saratoga Hospital Adds OB/GYN Physician

SARATOGA SPRINGS — Dr. Catelyn Halusic-Smith has joined Saratoga OB/GYN, the obstetrics-gynecology practice that is part of Saratoga Hospital Medical Group.

She is the latest addition to a growing team of physicians, certified nurse-midwives and nurse practitioners who provide comprehensive women’s health services to patients from adolescence through the post-menopause years. Along with Saratoga Hospital Medical Group – Midwifery & Women’s Health services, Saratoga OB/GYN supports Saratoga Hospital’s collaborative physician-midwife childbirth care model.

 “Dr. Halusic-Smith shares our commitment to patient-centered care and our fundamental belief that we can make a difference, one patient at a time,” said Dr. Amos Cutler, chair, Saratoga Hospital OB/GYN Department. “She is an excellent addition to a practice that has long been at the forefront of women’s health services in our region.”

Saratoga OB/GYN has been meeting women’s healthcare needs for 40 years, adding services and providers to keep pace with a growing community. Four physicians have joined Saratoga OB/GYN since 2018. Two practice members recently earned accreditation as Surgeons of Excellence in Minimally Invasive Gynecology, earning Saratoga Hospital the distinction of being Northeastern New York’s only Center of Excellence in that specialty.

Halusic-Smith earned her Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine from New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine in Westbury, New York. She completed a residency in obstetrics and gynecology at Mount Sinai South Nassau in Oceanside, New York.

Halusic-Smith sees patients in Saratoga Springs and Malta. For an appointment, call 518-587-2400. To learn more, go to

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  • POLICE A 20-year-old Greenfield man was charged with 10 counts of reckless endangerment in the first-degree, in connection with an alleged shooting incident in the village of Schuylerville Sunday afternoon, Sept. 13. According to the Saratoga County Sheriff's department, Charles L. Bennifield is suspected of firing a shotgun at a residence on Washington Street, which was occupied by 10 people at the time.  No one was injured in the incident.  Bennifield was arraigned at Town of Saratoga Court, and sent to Saratoga County Jail, in lieu of $100,000 cash bail, $200,000 secured bond, or $1,000,000 partially secured insurance bond. John…

Property Transactions

  • BALLSTON SPA 5 America Way, $394,900. MKM Rental LLC sold property to Rebecca Mark and Matthew Hagerman. 8 Zani Lane, $450,000. Greg and Susan Groh sold property to Walter Sankowski and John and Carrie Pearson. 21 Kasey Pass, Unit 21, $276,026. Brookview Court Inc./Pigliavento Builders DBA sold property to Stanley and Shirley Podkulski. 26, 28, 30, 31, 32 33, 34 35, 36, 38, 39, 40, 42, 44, 45, 46, 48Saddlebrook Blvd. $1,054,000. New York Development Group Eastline LLC sold property to Barbera Homes Kelley Farms LLC.  98 Connolly Rd., $300,000. Alan and Mary Darby sold property to Emilio and Jill…
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