Why Us

We all know about the “demographics” of Saratoga...

We all know why we live here, vacation here and do business in this town.
It’s a great place to be… whether you’re here for a weekend or a lifetime.
But, what we’d like to do right now is take a minute to answer the question

“Why Saratoga TODAY?”

First of all, as the publisher of a privately owned & operated, local newspaper, Saratoga TODAY, we produce a newspaper that people take the time to read – no scanning headlines here! Our readers LOVE our all local content, local pictures and clean colorful layout.

You’re not going to find “wire service” articles about some business in Ohio in our paper! People ENJOY reading Saratoga TODAY. You’ve told us, and we enjoy putting out a paper that’s appreciated.

Secondly, as an advertiser, you know you need to advertise, you know you need to be on the web, but there are sooo many choices out there…….

Well, Saratoga TODAY is about to make your life a whole lot easier - with the new Turn Page Technology that we’re using, we are able to simplify your life, by allowing each and every ad in ANY of our products to be HOT LINKED to your website - that’s right EVERY ad in our newspaper, or ANY of our magazines will go directly to your website!

We all know more & more people are using the internet, and yes, believe it or not, many people still love to read a newspaper, so... Enjoy your newspaper, the way you want it... in print or on-line.

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  • COURTS Paul S. Woodcock, 46, of Saratoga Springs, was sentenced July 13 to five years of probation, after pleading to felony DWI.  Linda M. Sims, 24, of Ballston Spa, was sentenced July 13 to one year in jail, after pleading to felony conspiracy.  Edmund G. Currier III, was sentenced July 13 to five years of probation, after pleading to felony DWI.  Jonathan J. Pantoja, 29, of Middletown, pleaded on July 11 to disseminating indecent materials to a minor, a felony, regarding an incident in Malta. Sentencing scheduled for Sept. 12.  Jennifer C. Jenkins, 27, of Schuylerville, pleaded on July 11…

Property Transactions

  • BALLSTON SPA 257 Lake Rd., $499,900. Second Half Investments LLC sold property to Karen and Julie Royston.  129 Hop City Rd., $147,000. Harry Bliss sold property to Garth Ellms.  CHARLTON 4 Little Troy Lane, $300,000. Victoria and Kenneth Hayner, Sr. sold property to William and Joelle West.  CORINTH 369 West Maple St., $55,000. US Bank Trust (by Atty) sold property to Frank Brownell.  GALWAY  1058 NYS Route 29, $180,000. Thomas Cooper sold property to Vanessa Konkel and Ronald West. MALTA 90 Woodfield Blvd., $65,000. Michaels Group Holdings LLC sold property to HELD Properties LLC.  2147 Rowley Rd., $24,000. Jacqueline Traver…
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