SARATOGA SPRINGS - City Finance Commissioner Minita Sanghvi introduced a new initiative to Saratoga Springs, which will specifically allow residents to decide how a portion of the city’s annual budget is spent.
SARATOGA COUNTY - The multi-acre swath of land nestled between Wilton, Moreau and Corinth has in the past served as a correctional facility, a TB sanitarium, and a center for the developmentally disabled.
SARATOGA SPRINGS – Paul Zarecki, Stephen Ferraro, and FAZ’s Forensic Accounting Team were working behind the scenes to track down the money spent by Sarma Melngailis and Anthony Strangis – the duo behind Netflix’s hit documentary, “Bad Vegan: Fame. Fraud. Fugitives”.
SCOTIA - 1st National Bank of Scotia has announced the establishment of an advisory board. This group of local businesses and civic leaders, who represent a cross-section of industries, will advise and provide insight and guidance on issues pertinent to the growth and success of the community bank.
SARATOGA SPRINGS - Saratoga Signature Studios opened their doors on Broadway in 1992. This April marks their 30th year in business accomplishing exactly what Owner and President Nancy Moultrie Smith set out to do ﬁ provide Saratoga Springs with a place to find quality furnishings and interior design services.
MILTON - Supervisor Scott Ostrander announced on March 24 that the Milton Town Board unanimously voted to approve the installation of Electric Vehicle (EV) Chargers at multiple locations on Town properties.
MALTA – The group of independent practitioners at Suite 21 at Malta Commons have come together in one convenient location to offer a wide range of mental health and complimentary wellness services to the Capital Region.
CAPITAL REGION – The Capital Region continued to grow through the pandemic, making it one of only two economic development regions in the state to see total population gains between July 1, 2020, and July 1, 2021. Even more, the eight-county region had New York's greatest number of annual net domestic movers during that period, according to a Center for Economic Growth (CEG) analysis of new U.S. Census Bureau estimates.
SARATOGA SPRINGS —There are more than 150,000 fueling stations across America and you can imagine the scene playing out at any one of those pump-stations as much the same. The car pulls up. The driver gets out and gazes up at the sign displaying the cost of a gallon of gas. Driver shakes head in disgust, verbally unmuzzling a volley of irritations at an invisible cast of invented villainous characters that includes everything from profiteering corporations to inept political leaders and greedy oil executives. But it’s not quite so simple.