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Artists showcased a wide variety of work at the annual Art in the Park on Saturday. [Read More]
Residents had the chance to use different kinds of transportation during the Collar City Ramble on Saturday. [Read More]
Dozens of fiber-producing animals such as sheep, llamas, goats and Angora rabbits are featured at the Adirondack Wool & Arts Festival. [Read More]
The celebration on the Shaker sideline was more subdued than expected. [Read More]
The Saratoga Springs field hockey team had a short mileage, but long ride home four days ago after a 3-1 loss at the hands of... [Read More]
Mindy Kaling feels lucky to be able to create her own work schedule to fit around being a mother to her nine-month-old daughter Katherine Swati. [Read More]
A project to expand Lake Local has been scaled back from the original proposal. [Read More]
City police said officers charged two Saratoga Springs men with three felonies after an alleged assault. [Read More]
Officials said there was a lockout at Watervliet Junior-Senior High School Friday morning after an alleged threat was reported. [Read More]
Tomorrow, for the only time during the year, national racing focus shifts to Parx Racing in suburban Philadelphia, where a pair of million-dollar Grade 1... [Read More]
Local Daughters of the American Revolution members took part in a recent ceremonial wreath-laying at Saratoga National Historical Park to mark Constitution Week, which is... [Read More]
ALBANY, N.Y.>> A Saratoga Springs man pleaded guilty Friday to receiving child pornography on his phone, authorities said. [Read More]
In this Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2011, file photo, Venisha Brown, right, listens as her sister Deanna Brown Thomas, left, speaks to the media after justices... [Read More]
Saturday, Sept. 21, 1918. "This afternoon someone in Albany called The Saratogian office and wanted some information about a pay station telephone in the City... [Read More]
For the following library programs, please visit our calendar of events at for registration information. Registration requirements vary. [Read More]
Throughout the country Wednesday, arborists spent time beautifying national and state veterans' cemeteries. [Read More]
John Neeley would like to put a bright red Alfa-Romeo in his garage this weekend. [Read More]
Friday night's Class AA battle between Shenendehowa and Shaker will determine who is truly the big dog of the big schools in Section 2 football. [Read More]
Saratoga Springs Police Department... [Read More]
In "Fear," Bob Woodward's nonfiction Gothic tale of the haunting of the White House, dread stalks the Oval Office and overcomes anyone who approaches the... [Read More]