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SARATOGA SPRINGS — Fingerpaint’s Parking for a Purpose program still has dates available for charitable organizations looking to utilize the company’s parking lot on Division Street for fundraising.

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MIDDLE GROVE — After five successful seasons of growth, the Greenfield Farmers Market opened for the season on June 21. The Farmers Market will run every Friday from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. in Middle Grove Park on Middle Grove Road through the first week in October.

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Wednesday, 26 June 2013 12:42

Images of CVS Robber Released

The police have released photos of the man suspected of robbing the CVS on Congress Street last Tuesday morning at 12:50 a.m. 

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GALWAY — For over a year, a Galway man has plotted and built a device that could successfully turn on a weapon of mass destruction remotely which would then emit lethal doses of radiation to kill people he termed as “enemies of Israel.”  

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SARATOGA SPRINGS — In March of 2007, Adam Marino began to return home from school day after day with a seemingly unquenchable thirst. He would arrive home and tell his mom, Janette Kaddo Marino, how he refilled four bottles of water at school and was still thirsty.

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SARATOGA SPRINGS — Combining Saratoga’s history with today’s technology, students of Saratoga Springs High School’s 21st Century Academy program designed an application for the iPhone which will allow users to have a virtual educational tour of the Spa City’s historic landmarks and buildings.

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MALTA — The historical Collamer House in Malta is soon to be known as the Collamer House Bike and Ski shop, now that the Planning Board approved proposed changes by the new tenant, Leslie Plaine, at its meeting June 18. 

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Thursday, 13 June 2013 16:29

These Boots are Made for Winning

SARATOGA SPRINGS — Saratoga Springs was at Radio City Music Hall on Sunday night—well, not literally, but the Spa City was represented by local resident Elliott Masie whose Masie Productions’ “Kinky Boots and “The Trip to Bountiful” were the big winners at the Tony Awards taking away six awards for Boots and Best Actress for Bountiful.

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BALLSTON SPA — The day they had been planning for over two years had finally arrived, but the summer sky had darkened, opening up to pour rain upon the excited residents of Ballston Spa.

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WILTON — A teen was arrested after being accused of making a terrorist threat on Facebook, authorities said Saturday, June 8.

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  • Saratoga County Court  Sara N. Babinski, 35, of Schuylerville, was sentenced to 3 months incarceration/ 5 years probation, after pleading to felony DWAI, charged January 2024 in Saratoga Springs.  Thomas R. McCall, 35, of Rensselaer, pleaded to criminal possession of a weapon in the second-degree, in connection with a March 2024 incident in Saratoga Springs, when city police initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle on South Broadway and located a Magnum .357 revolver with ammunition underneath the driver’s seat, according to a statement by Saratoga County District Attorney Karen Heggen. Further investigation determined that the firearm belonged to the defendant,…

Property Transactions

  •   BALLSTON  Frederick Wright sold property at 78 Beacon St to Jacqueline Zielinski for $361,000 Barbera Homes Kelley Farms sold property at 30 Paddock Pl to Erik Weiskopf for $716,959 Harold Tomlinson sold property at 429 Devils Lane to Amy Hotaling for $575,000 CORINTH Khalil Grant sold property at 5049 Rt 9N to Colin Murray for $239,500 Angela Wingle sold property at 83 Clothier Dr to Brittany Dunston for $249,900 Foothills Builders sold property at 49 Black Bear Path to Zachary Yetter for $455,605 Gwendoyln Matson sold property at 116 County Route 10 to Victoria Bourque for $169,000 MALTA  David…
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