SCHROON LAKE — Julie & Co. Realty LLC has announced the opening of their newest office on Main Street in Schroon Lake.
SARATOGA SPRINGS — Espey Manufacturing & Electronics Corp. reported net sales more than doubled for the third quarter of fiscal 2022 compared to the same period last year. During that quarter, ended March 31, net income increased by $1,731,473.
Those with a well-functioning crystal ball sold all their stocks, bonds, and cryptocurrencies at the beginning of this year. For everyone else, there haven’t been many places to hide. After last year’s tranquility, we are being reminded daily that investments can, in fact, decline in value. These periods can paralyze investors with fear, so it is a valuable exercise to step back and assess the situation objectively. Your perspective on the actions to take depends on a few things, but mostly the stage in your investment timeframe.
Stewart’s Shops is expanding their presence in Saratoga County. The company has purchased the Sunoco station which also housed a four-bay car wash at 2465 Route 9 in Mechanicville, near the roundabouts off of exit 12 on I-87 and across from the current Stewart’s location. The price was $1.2 million. It is unclear at this time if the company will sell or lease the current building located at 2505 Route 9 in Malta.
SARATOGA SPRINGS — Palette, a female-focused coworking community, in support of two of its members who met at their Saratoga Springs location, is now partnering to address the nationwide baby formula shortage.
SARATOGA SPRINGS — Commissioner of Finance, Minita Sanghvi, released the city’s Quarterly Financial Report for the quarter ending March 31, 2022.
SARATOGA SPRINGS — When it comes to buying and selling a home, many people have been on the fence, not sure if it is the right time. According to Anne Urban, a loan officer with Fairway Independent Mortgage Corporation, “If someone is thinking of selling their house in the next few years now might be a good time to discuss listing with an agent.”
My first week on the job here as President of the Saratoga County Chamber of Commerce was in early-July 2010. One of my first tasks that week was to schedule time to meet with everyone of the members of the Chamber’s professional staff, including Linda Toohey, who invented Leadership Saratoga years before.
BALLSTON SPA — The county Board of Supervisors staged a 30-minute special meeting May 11 and approved a pump savings cost for motorists in Saratoga of about .06 per gallon, which will go into effect on June 1.
The economy continues to be the topic on the minds of everyone, as market volatility continues to try the patience and fortitude of investors across the spectrum. During these times, more than ever, it’s important to remember to take the long-term view.
SARATOGA SPRINGS — After a two-year hiatus, the Saratoga County Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership Saratoga program returns.
SARATOGA SPRINGS — The New York Racing Association (NYRA) will host a three-day job fair beginning Thursday, May 19, through Saturday, May 21, for those who are interested in working at Saratoga Race Course during the 2022 summer meet.
Since July 2021, when GlobalFoundries CEO Tom Caulfield confirmed that the semiconductor manufacturing giant planned another factory at its sprawling campus in Malta, residents have been awaiting the specifics. The wait is now over.
The New York State Canal System and its 524 miles of scenic inland waterways are a unique resource that differentiates our state and especially our region from other parts of the country. For much of its history, the canals were a vital transportation Thorofare for commercial vessels. Many of us believe that, if maintained and kept intact with a long enough operating season, they can once again be part of the supply chain that keeps our industries running and connected to America’s interior. These days, various economic factors have reduced commercial traffic to a minimum, and most of the users of the Canal System are of the recreational variety. Still, there is enough interest in the waterway that its status as an integral part of upstate New York’s transportation network remains intact.