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  • Owner Of Golden Corral Restaurants Locally Working Toward Reopening

    A man who owns a number of Golden Corral restaurants that shut down early in the COVID crisis is making progress toward reopening some of them. The Daily Gazette reports Niral Patel was approved to buy back a Wilton property out of bankruptcy and in May was approved for the largest single restaurant grant awarded […]

  • Congress Park Carousel Ready For Riders

    Saratoga Department of Public Works is announcing that Carousel in Congress Park is reopening for public enjoyment. The Carousel had closed in 2020 due to COVID-19 restrictions and has been unable to open in 2021 due to a lack of applications for the seasonal positions. In 2019, a multi-year restoration project started to preserve the […]

  • SEFCU, CAP COM To Merge

    Two major credit unions in the Capital Region are merging. WNYT reports officials at SEFCU and CAP COM unanimously approved a merger to create a new $8 billion credit union. The new credit union will have a new name that reflects the histories and values of both groups. Employees with both credit unions were told […]

  • Anti Semitic Grafitti Found At Grafton State Park

    State Police are currently investigating anti Semitic grafitti at Grafton State Park. WTEN reports On July 25, 2021, State Police were notified after park personnel found anti-Semitic graffiti spray painted on trees approximately 75 yards from a walking trail. Also spray painted on one of the trees were the initials “N + S”.

  • Daughter of NXIVM Found Draws Lenient Sentence

    Lauren Salzman, a former high-ranking member of NXIVM and daughter of co-founder Nancy Salzman, has been sentenced to time served, probation, community service, and forfeiture of multiple properties. According to WTEN, prosecutors recommended a lenient sentence for Salzman after she turned witness, providing what they said was “substantial assistance” to the court about former NXIVM […]

  • Grants For Saratoga State Park

    Governor Cuomo announced $900,000 in grants to support 30 not-for-profit organizations involved with stewardship of state parks, trails, historic sites and public lands. Friends of Saratoga Spa State Park ($75,000) — To restore the Coesa spring house, provide interpretive signage about the Coesa Mineral Spring, and to install a historically accurate replica of the original […]

  • Turning Point Parade Returns To Schuylerville

    The Turning Point Parade in Schuylerville, the 25th edition, is happening at 1 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 1 in the Village of Schuylerville. It commemorates the American Victory at the Battle of Saratoga in 1777 during the American Revolutionary War. This battle has come to be known by historians as the turning point of the […]

  • School Sports Won’t Face COVID Restrictions, Say Officials

    There will be no COVID restrictions that will have an impact on interscholastic athletics for the upcoming school year, said New York State Public High School Athletic Association Executive Director, Dr. Robert Zayas. He announced the statement on Twitter Tuesday afternoon. WTEN reports Zayas said state championships are scheduled for the 2021-2022 school year and […]

  • Saratoga Springs Police Arrest Two On Weapons, Drug Counts

    Saratoga Springs police have arrested two men on weapon and drug charges after responding to a suspicious vehicle on Lafayette Street just off Henry Street. One of the occupants fled on foot and has yet to be located. Police have arrested 24-year-old Kyree Graham of Albany and 22-year-old Amir O’Sullivan of Watervliet. Graham is accused […]

  • Florida Man Arrested On Weapons Counts After Stop In Wilton

    State Police in Wilton arrested Jai’Anthony Holley, 20, of Lake City, Florida on I-87 in Moreau. During the stop, it was discovered that Holley was in possession of a 9mm handgun which was located along with a loaded magazine in the trunk of his car. Holley did not have a permit for the firearm. He […]


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