On Thursday, with one shovel of earth, Town of Milton mom Krystyn LaBate is one step closer to fulfilling her dream of having her son play with his friends at the playground by his third birthday. [Read more…]
Update 4/6/15, 4:53 p.m. – The meeting and public hearing planned for Wednesday, Apr. 8 has been cancelled as per the Town of Milton.
MILTON - More people than usual turned up for the Town Board meeting Wednesday, most of them with concerns about the proposed Fair Oaks development.
MILTON-The Saratoga Winery & Tasting Room will be expanding into a restaurant after the Milton Zoning Board gave its blessing Thursday.
MILTON – A new full-line spa and salon has opened its doors in Milton, bringing a variety of upscale services for those looking to relax, renew and revive.
News and Headlines from Around Town, Monday, Jan. 18, 2015
Smoke-less Smoke Shop Opens, Saratoga Today – Saratoga Vapes, 2124 Doubleday Avenue, Ballston Spa, sells a e-cigarettes – battery-powered devices that vaporize liquid nicotine.
Hit and Run in Malta, Drunk Driver, Times Union-Brian C. Cook, 29, of Malta was arrested after hitting a vehicle while intoxicated and fleeing the scene of the accident, State Police said. He faces a violation for property damage and a misdemeanor for driving while intoxicated.
Democrat Cynthia Young will run for Malta Supervisor, Daily Gazette-Democrat Cynthia Young said she’s definitely running for supervisor again. Two years ago, she nearly beat Sausville. She lost by a single vote, in an election that wasn’t decided until an appeals court invalidated two absentee votes that were cast.
Body Cameras for Saratoga County, The Saratogian-The body camera subcommittee, of the Public Safety Committee, will review the idea of requiring all deputies to wear a camera and to figure out the details including data storage, use of data during investigations, policies and procedures for use and discussing the positives and negatives of the potential requirement.
GLOBALFOUNDRIES seeks Power Boost for growth, Albany Business Review-GLOBALFOUNDRIES wants to expand its $10 billion computer chip manufacturing plant to include another central utilities building and bulk gas yard, as well as more high-voltage transmission capacity.T he improvements are needed to support additional customer demand and new “tools” that will be installed at its Technology Development Center.
Ballston Spa’s Early College High School Tackles Real World Problems, TimeWarner Cable-For freshman students in the Clean Technologies and Sustainable Industries Early College High School program, that lesson came easy Wednesday as they were given just 10 minutes to build a small car powered only on magnesium salt water.
Coffee Planet Closes Glens Falls Location, The Post Star-Developer Peter Hoffman, who owns the 140 Glen St. building, said Wednesday that Clifford Baum closed the Glens Falls location, after 3 years, because of a dispute with business partners.
Town of Milton Community Center has Wifi, Facebook
MILTON – The year 2014 was a busy one for the Milton Town Board. Between the opening of the Saratoga Hospital building, to revisions at the Burgess-Kimball Park and the addition of a new park on Rowland Street, the board wasn’t short of projects to work on; but according to Supervisor Dan Lewza, 2015 has just as much in store.