BALLSTON SPA – A beauty legend, Margaret Kathryn “Maggie” Peterson passed away Thursday, Feb. 1, 2018 in Virginia at 85-years-old.
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ALBANY – Twenty years ago, March 2, 19-year-old Suzanne Lyall vanished after working a shift at her part-time job Babbage’s Software, commuting from Crossgates mall to her dorm in Colonial quad at the University of Albany via the CDTA bus. Two days later, Lyall’s father reported her missing.
MALTA – Congresswomen Elise Stefanik announced her endorsement of Morgan Zegers for New York’s 113th assembly district on Friday, Feb. 9, during the keynote address at the Saratoga County Republican Committee’s Annual Cocktail Party at Saratoga National Golf Club.
SARATOGA COUNTY – Carl Zeilman, previous director of the Saratoga County Office of Emergency Services for the past four years, has been chosen as the Saratoga County Republican Committee chairman.
BALLSTON SPA— The Saratogian reported on the first of five budget presentations given Wednesday evening at the high school library. Beginning in November, the 2018-2019 planning process started, reviewing the districts goals, principles and guidelines, according to the district.
BALLSTON SPA — Ballston Spa National Bank (BSNB), recently partnered with bank customers to provide assistance to area food pantries. Along with the food collected during the bank’s eighth annual food drive, customers gave nearly $2,250 in monetary donations and in response, BSNB matched with $3,200.
MALTA – In a news report found in Saratoga Today, the Malta Town Board is expected to officially vote on the selection of Jamie O’Neill for the position of Building and Planning Coordinator on Monday, Feb. 5. The town announced a hire last November to replace long-time public servant Anthony Tozzi, details were not available about…
ALBANY – CAP COM Federal Credit Union has opened its 2018 Scholarship and Awards application and nomination period. Each year CAP COM’s charitable giving arm, the CAP COM Cares Foundation, donates over $75,000 in scholarships and awards. Back by popular demand from 2017, CAP COM will also recognize three teachers in addition to over 30…