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Charlton residents continue to oppose Verizon antenna plans

CHARLTON

Charlton residents continue to oppose Verizon antenna plans

People living near the Charlton town water tower continue to oppose plans for adding a cellular communications antenna to the tower, urging the town to consider a new alternative.

MALTA

Culvert repair to close road in Malta

Due to a culvert repair project, Brownell Road in Malta is expected to close Wednesday and possibly Thursday.

BALLSTON SPA

Clifton Park woman pleads guilty to vehicular assault

A Clifton Park woman pleaded guilty to vehicular assault Tuesday in connection with an October 2015 crash in which police said she was driving drunk.

Arrests made in Congress Park vandalism

SARATOGA SPRINGS

Arrests made in Congress Park vandalism

Two members of the United States Navy were arrested Monday morning in relation to the vandalism in Congress Park on September 6.

SARATOGA SPRINGS

Saratoga charter review commission to hear from other city leaders

The Saratoga Springs Charter Review Commission will hear from leaders in other upstate cities about possible changes to the city charter on Tuesday.

Woman found dead in Saratoga Springs last week identified

SARATOGA SPRINGS

Woman found dead in Saratoga Springs last week identified

The 28-year-old woman found dead last week on a doorstep near downtown has been identified as Kirsten Najdek, a city resident.

Vigils, memorials throughout region mark 15th anniversary of 9/11

CAPITAL REGION

Vigils, memorials throughout region mark 15th anniversary of 9/11

Vigils, memorials and tributes were held across the Capital Region on Sunday to mark the 15th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.

Charlton meeting to discuss Verizon antenna placement

CHARLTON

Charlton meeting to discuss Verizon antenna placement

The Charlton Town Board will hold a public meeting Monday to continue discussing the possibility of putting a Verizon Wireless antenna on the town water tower.

SARATOGA SPRINGS

Incident leads to Saratoga schools locking down

Schools were locked down and school buses rerouted Friday afternoon, after a man barricaded himself inside a Regent Street home, city police said.

SARATOGA SPRINGS

Barking allowed as Pet Expo takes over City Center

It will be all pets all today at the Saratoga Springs City Center for the inaugural Capital Region Pet Expo.

Firefighter safety is aim of $1.5M grant to Skidmore

SARATOGA SPRINGS

Firefighter safety is aim of $1.5M grant to Skidmore

Skidmore College will be receiving nearly $1.5 million in federal Homeland Security money to develop tools that may save firefighters lives, U.S. Sens. Charles E. Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand said Friday.

NORTHUMBERLAND

Gansevoort motorcyclist dies in tractor-trailer crash

A Gansevoort motorcyclist died in a Thursday afternoon crash with a tractor-trailer, Saratoga County Sheriff’s officials said.

Report: Saratoga Springs' zoning regulations need revision

SARATOGA SPRINGS

Report: Saratoga Springs' zoning regulations need revision

Saratoga Springs' zoning and subdivision regulations need significant revision to be compatible with the city's current vision for the future, according to a newly released report.

Public to decide on Burnt Hills Fire District land deal with CVS

BALLSTON

Public to decide on Burnt Hills Fire District land deal with CVS

It's time for the public to weigh in on the Burnt Hills Fire District's proposed land deal with CVS pharmacies.

GANSEVOORT

Roads closed in Gansevoort due to crash

The intersection of state routes 50 and 32 in the hamlet of Gansevoort are currently closed down following a serious crash, the state Department of Transportation said.

Ballston residents battling for 112th Assembly seat

112TH ASSEMBLY DISTRICT

Ballston residents battling for 112th Assembly seat

The one thing for certain even before Tuesday's Republican primary in the 112th Assembly District is that the winning candidate will be from the town of Ballston.

Clifton Park travel agent allegedly defrauds more than 40 clients

CLIFTON PARK

Clifton Park travel agent allegedly defrauds more than 40 clients

Dozens of people were sorely disappointed when Sand Dollar Travel Agency in Clifton Park accepted thousands of dollars from them but failed to book their trips or overcharged their credit cards along the way, according to police.

Nelson Avenue Extension bridge over Northway to remain open

SARATOGA SPRINGS & MALTA

Nelson Avenue Extension bridge over Northway to remain open

The Nelson Avenue Extension bridge over the Northway will remain open, state Department of Transportation Commissioner Matthew J. Driscoll said Wednesday.

New parking deck in Saratoga Springs a possibility

SARATOGA SPRINGS

New parking deck in Saratoga Springs a possibility

The Saratoga Springs City Council is willing to consider building another parking deck in the city if it helps to attract hundreds of additional jobs.

Extended swim season announced for Victoria Pool in Saratoga

Extended swim season announced for Victoria Pool in Saratoga

New York's state parks had nearly 38.4 million visits this summer, an increase of more than 120,000 visits from last year's summer season, and Governor Cuomo announced Wednesday that swimming at state park facilities will be extended through September 18.

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