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SARATOGA SPRINGS — As a participant of Saratoga 150 and the annual run for the SUNY Cup at Saratoga Race Course, Empire State College will host “150 Years of Educated Horse Sense.”
SARATOGA SPRINGS — Saratoga Tourism is putting on a video contest—#ILoveSaratoga— and they are asking people in Saratoga County to take a video of their favorite destinations and post to Youtube, Instagram, Viddy or Vine.
SARATOGA SPRINGS — A suspect in a domestic violence incident led police on a half hour car chase that went through the city of Saratoga Springs, into Malta, Ballston, Milton and back into the city before the man crashed his car at the corner of Grand Avenue and Pine Road.
As the summer season quickly races by, soldiers return from overseas, plans are made with families and friends, and tourists visit the Spa City to take in the Saratoga experience, there are some fun, family-friendly activities happening which honor our veterans.
GREENFIELD — Remember the days when the train was the primary mode of transportation in town? No? Well it was not that long ago that trains ran between Ballston Spa, Greenfield and Saratoga and carried passengers between towns. A little piece of that history is being celebrated this Saturday.
SARATOGA SPRINGS — With the steady influx of customers to the new bookstore in downtown Saratoga Springs, the much-anticipated opening of Northshire Bookstore did not disappoint the customers or the owners.
SARATOGA SPRINGS — Residents of Saratoga, along with the thousands of tourists that flock to the race course every summer may be curious why there are dozens of five-foot statues of pointe ballet shoes on display all over town.
SARATOGA SPRINGS — With the Fasig-Tipton Saratoga Yearling Sale grossing $31,870,000, it would be easy to simply say the two-night event kept pace with the previous three years, hovering around the $32 million mark.
BALLSTON SPA — The owner of a popular area restaurant that burned to the ground last Monday has started an online fundraiser to help his employees who are out of job.
There’s a bit of a lull this time every meet. The momentum from the first few weekends has worn off, yet it’s before the big finale of Travers and then closing weekend. There’s no better time for Saratoga to turn its attention to racing’s immortals.