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Saratoga Polo property facing foreclosure

GREENFIELD

Saratoga Polo property facing foreclosure

Barely a month after the historic Saratoga Polo property was listed publicly as for sale, a local bank plans to foreclosure on the current owners.

Petition wants to save Schenectady's Nicholaus building

SCHENECTADY

Petition wants to save Schenectady's Nicholaus building

A Schenectady resident has started an online petition urging the mayor and City Council to save the historic Nicholaus building.

Hawkwood digs help to ‘acquaint people with history’

BALLSTON

Hawkwood digs help to ‘acquaint people with history’

It didn’t take the enthusiastic volunteers long to start finding things buried in the soil around the ruins of the old Hawkwood Mansion this past weekend.

Adelphi Hotel slowly returning to former glory

SARATOGA SPRINGS

Adelphi Hotel slowly returning to former glory

Any hotel construction takes time. Add in the fact it’s a full-scale restoration of a Victorian-age hotel and the process becomes even more painstaking.

Schenectady casino build ahead of schedule

SCHENECTADY

Schenectady casino build ahead of schedule

The Rivers Casino & Resort at Mohawk Harbor will be the first full-scale casino to open in upstate New York, according to members of the state Gaming Commission.

SCHENECTADY

Police: Schenectady woman stabbed man

A city woman stabbed a man Friday in Mont Pleasant, authorities said.

SCHENECTADY

Schenectady man charged with burglary, larceny

A city man broke into a residence in June and stole money from a purse and from a piggy bank, authorities said.

SCHENECTADY

2 teens accused of robbery

Two city teens used what appeared to be a gun and robbed someone last week, authorities said.

SCHENECTADY

Schenectady man accused of firing gun into crowd

A city man fired a handgun into a crowd early Monday morning, authorities said. No injuries were reported.

Schenectady wants to be more bike-friendly

SCHENECTADY

Schenectady wants to be more bike-friendly

The city of Schenectady is working on a bike infrastructure plan and is asking the public for input on the project.

Sales of Rotterdam woman's wing sauce take off

ROTTERDAM

Sales of Rotterdam woman's wing sauce take off

A Rotterdam woman is bottling and selling her own sauce with dreams of taking it nationwide.

DELMAR

Delegate living in Delmar says she will vote for Sanders at convention

Emily Jacobs isn’t going to budge. She doesn’t expect there to be a second ballot at this week’s Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, but if there is, she’s sticking by her man.

Capital Region Democrats hope, expect convention will be unifying

CAPITAL REGION

Capital Region Democrats hope, expect convention will be unifying

Some Democrats are a bit concerned. Is Bernie Sanders going to pull a Ted Cruz?

Hats simple and bombastic on display at Saratoga Race Course

SARATOGA SPRINGS

Hats simple and bombastic on display at Saratoga Race Course

A small crowd seemed to follow Julie Potter around Sunday afternoon under the grandstand at Saratoga Race Course.

10 great pieces of Saratoga trivia

SARATOGA SPRINGS

10 great pieces of Saratoga trivia

From trotters to thoroughbreds, poker players to performers, and mineral waters to military history, Saratoga’s history offers more than enough categories to challenge the most ardent of trivia players.

Dragon Boats take to the Mohawk for fun and charity

ALPLAUS

Dragon Boats take to the Mohawk for fun and charity

A different kind of boating took place along the Mohawk River on Sunday.

Gloversville couple builds a CSA from small home garden

Gloversville couple builds a CSA from small home garden

Gloversville residents Dale and Barbara West want to make a connection. They already attend the New Covenant Community Church and operate a Christian bookstore in nearby Johnstown, but something’s missing.

Mohonasen puts finishing touches on high school technology center

ROTTERDAM

Mohonasen puts finishing touches on high school technology center

The crisscrossed metal catwalk above the black box theater at Mohonasen’s new Center for Advanced Technology feels soft underfoot. It has to be, so that the catwalks cast no shadows when the LED lights shine through them onto the stage.

What's Happening: Monday, July 25, 2016

What's Happening: Monday, July 25, 2016

Events taking place in and around Saratoga Springs today

ALBANY

UAlbany unveils degree in computer engineering

The University at Albany will be offering a new computer engineering degree as part of its expanding engineering offerings at the university’s new College of Engineering and Applied Sciences

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