Ballston Lake’s Ray Gagnon and his family have found their calling in the world of junk. The retired U.S. Marine Corps master gunnery sergeant, his wife, Robin, and their sons R.J. and Kyle operate several local JDog Junk Removal & Hauling franchises.
BALLSTON – After a contentious debate between public information sessions, a $15.8 million proposed sewer plan was voted down by 419 residents over 108 voting to approve the project.
Milton Town Supervisor Scott Ostrander has dealt with a contentious political situation, both during the campaign season and in the early months of his term. But that hasn’t stopped him from moving forward with his plans to help stabilize the town’s budget and secure new business opportunities.
BALLSTON SPA – On Thursday, March 15 the Ballston Spa Elks Lodge #2619 presented a $1,000.00 check to Karen and Warren Jones, coordinators of the Ballston Spa Summer Lunch Program at the First Baptist Church. The program provides lunch to children in need during July and August when they are no longer able to take…
Decision Confirms Town Followed the Law BALLSTON – In a 14-page decision handed down by state Supreme Court Judge Thomas Buchanan, the court has confirmed that the town of Ballston correctly followed ‘Notice of Intent’ procedures when the board approved a water line extension for a 12-home subdivision off Goode Street.
BALLSTON – A suspicious looking three foot piece of PVC, with wires protruding from one end has been sent for further analysis to the FBI Lab in Quantico, VA.
BALLSTON SPA – Television news and local media gathered at Ballston Spa’s VFW Post 358 on April 9 anticipating chaos due to the proposed 25.9 percent village tax hike.
BALLSTON SPA – Several residents took to social media expressing anger over a woman who sat through the pledge of allegiance inside the VFW Post 358 prior to a public hearing about the budget for the Village of Ballston Spa.