SARATOGA SPRINGS — Saratoga Performing Arts Center announced it is partnering with LIFT Marketing and The Martin Group to assist with paid media strategy, media buying, public relations and public affairs initiatives.
SARATOGA SPRINGS — Fingerpaint, biopharma’s global commercialization partner for analytics-enabled integrated solutions, celebrated a milestone win at the 2022 Manny Awards, as 1798, Fingerpaint’s market access and commercialization firm, was named Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Champion.
In the mid-twentieth century America and Americans were fascinated by the modern. But two decades had passed without a great deal of investment in infrastructure. First the economic restrictions of the Depression and then the mobilization of wartime had resulted in limited construction. Cities had suffered during this period and their blighted condition was discouraging private investment.
SARATOGA SPRINGS — AMC, which calls itself the largest theatrical exhibitor in the world – announced this week it finalized the deal with Bow Tie to purchase and operate the Saratoga Springs movie house on Railroad Place and six other Bow Tie locations in Connecticut and Maryland.
SARATOGA SPRINGS — As part of its sustainability strategy and in recognition of Earth Month, Hannaford Supermarkets this week announced its plan to be fully powered by renewable energy by 2024—a commitment that makes the retailer the first large-scale supermarket business to match its bold commitment with such an aggressive timetable.
SARATOGA SPRINGS — Saratoga Casino Holdings LLC. (SCH), owner of both Saratoga Casino Hotel in Saratoga Springs and Saratoga Casino Black Hawk in Black Hawk, CO., announced today that they have entered into a definitive agreement with Casino Holding Investment Partners, LLC (CHIP) to acquire Magnolia Bluffs Casino & Hotel in Natchez, MS. subject to regulatory approvals and other customary closing conditions.
ALBANY — Vibrant Brands, a branding and marketing agency in the Capital Region, is celebrating 20 years in business by giving back to the community it calls home. The company announced it will be donating a portion of $20,000 to different organizations throughout the year.
In the first two months of 2022, Saratoga County and Saratoga Springs collected a combined $25 million in sales tax revenues, up 22 percent versus the same time in 2021. While its likely that rising prices due to inflation is a key driver, the reality is that since our economy was reopened in June of 2021 that we’ve seen a willingness of residents, businesses, and visitors to spend money in our local economy.
SARATOGA SPRINGS — A Rochester-based full-service real estate company has filed an application with the city seeking an area variance to permit the construction of 102 apartment units at an abandoned brewery site at 131 Excelsior Ave.
With so much uncertainty in the current geopolitical and economic landscapes, it’s very difficult to write a timely piece without running the somewhat embarrassing risk of there being any major changes between these keystrokes, and the time you read this. That said, perhaps its uncertainty, itself, that we should be discussing.
CAPITAL REGION — On April 11, the Mohawk Hudson Humane Society received the single largest gift in its 135-year history, a moment that comes as the result of a donation from Business for Good and Lisa and Ed Mitzen. The $1 million gift also comes with a new name for the state-of-the-art facility that houses the Humane Society’s many programs and services: The Lisa Mitzen Animal Care Center.
SARATOGA SPRINGS — For the second year in a row, Saratoga Hospital has been named one of “The World’s Best Hospitals” by Newsweek — a distinction earned by just 11 hospitals in the state.
ALBANY — Demonstrating its resolute commitment to helping those in need, Pioneer today pledged to provide critical financial support for children and families impacted by the war in Ukraine. Led by its 250-person Capital Region workforce, Pioneer will donate $20,000 to aid humanitarian relief efforts.
CAMBRIDGE — Hubbard Hall Center for the Arts and Education has announced it was awarded $86,000 in additional funding from the New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA) towards new HVAC, sound, and audience seating systems.