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BURNT HILLS/BALLSTON LAKE — On Tuesday, February 14, Senator Jim Tedisco (R,C,I, REF-Glenville) honored the New York State Public High School Athletic Association Class B State Champion Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake Boys High School Cross Country Team and presented the team with a copy of a resolution he sponsored that unanimously passed the New York State Senate. This is the 6th state championship for the Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake High School Boys Cross Country Team. The Spartans won their current state title…
SCHUYLERVILLE — A weekend of winter activities will be staged at Hudson Crossing Park this weekend. “Take A Friend Snowmobiling” will take place from 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 18 and offers the opportunity for adults aged 18 years + to take a fun, safe snowmobile ride starting at the Dix Bridge, located on the scenic Hudson River / Champlain Canal Lock 5. Children are invited to ride on a sled operated by a parent or guardian or…
SARATOGA SPRINGS — In a city known for its horses, it is still a sight to behold: standing about five-and-a-half feet tall, weighing 1,800 pounds and steadied atop four sturdy legs, they represent the city’s most unique police officers. The Saratoga Springs Police Department initiated the use of a mounted patrol in 2000, following in a long tradition first documented when London’s Bow Street Police established its horse-mounted branch more than 250 years ago. This week, Public Safety Commissioner Chris…
The council unanimously approved to accept the determination and findings of the New York Eminent Domain Procedure Law as it relates to the Geyser Trail project. By voting to accept the findings, the council reserved its right to the eminent domain procedure and to subsequently seize private land, should it need to do so. The two-mile long Geyser Trail would create a continuous, non-motorized connection linking the town of Milton/Saratoga Springs city line with the Saratoga Spa State Park. The…
MALTA — Arnoff Global Logistics/Arnoff Moving and Storage, Inc., is beginning operations in its new Malta location and expects construction and renovations to be fully complete in time for a grand opening in mid-May. “Construction is in its final push, not phase, getting ready to move in,” said Mike Arnoff, president of the company. “We’re starting to wind down; the office furniture was delivered last week – that was very exciting. Something as simple as the paper towel holders arriving…
BALLSTON SPA — This week, federal environmental officials began the process of installing technical devices at dozens of properties to monitor air quality near the Rickett’s Dry Cleaning and Laundry building. Their goal is to determine the extent of chemical contamination discovered last summer at that shuttered village business. Don Graham, a scene coordinator for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), said small teams of federal contractors will install devices inside numerous homes and businesses in the Village of Ballston…
SARATOGA SPRINGS - Four months into her new job, SPAC President Elizabeth Sobol says she is learning the Saratoga Performing Arts Center has a uniqueness all its own. One factor is the location of the venue - nestled among 2,200 acres in the state park sitting on the cusp of a culturally vibrant city, she says. Another is the relationship forged with other performing arts organizations during the venue’s 50-year existence which continue to deliver everything from the whirring pirouette…
SARATOGA SPRINGS — The 19th Annual Chowderfest will take place 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 4. Downtown visitors will be able stroll among the event’s 80 participating establishments, sample a three-ounce serving of chowder for $1 per cup, and vote for their favorite selections. The awards ceremony will take place at 6:30 p.m. at the Saratoga Springs Heritage Area Visitor Center. Last year, more than 40,000 people attended Chowderfest and more than 130,000 samples of chowder were…
SARATOGA SPRINGS – Extending the Greenbelt trail and combatting racism. Developing more affordable housing, diversifying the city’s economic portfolio and forging new collaborations with Nashville, Tennessee, and the Land of the Rising Sun are among the mayor’s goals for Saratoga Springs in 2017. Approximately 250 city residents, business leaders, elected officials, and a handful of political hopefuls considering a future career in city government gathered on Monday night in the Sen. Joseph L. Bruno Meeting Room at the Saratoga Springs…
SARATOGA SPRINGS — Two Saratoga Springs students have qualified for USA Climbing’s national championships to be held February 10-12 at the Salt Palace Convention Center, Salt Lake City, UT. Vincent Sablich, who is a 9th grader at Saratoga Springs High School, has been climbing competitively with USA Climbing for five years. He has made it to Regionals and Divisionals all five years and to Nationals in winter 2015 for Bouldering and summer 2015 for Sport and Speed. Sablich trains four…
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Police Blotter

  • Court Jeffrey R. Lawrence, 30, of Corinth, was sentenced on Feb. 6 to six months in jail and five years…
  • COURTS Wilfredo F. Diaz, 44, was found guilty on Feb. 10 of two counts of predatory sexual assault and one…
  • COURTS Vanessa A. French, 45, of Halfmoon, was sentenced on Jan. 26 to five days in jail and five years…
  • COURTS Randy Meyer, 24, of Waterford, pleaded on Jan. 20 to attempted criminal sale of a controlled substance. Sentencing scheduled…
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