MALTA – Veterans, officials and members of the Malta Veterans Appreciation Program will gather at 1 p.m. Saturday, June 2, to dedicate the Veterans Memorial Walkway, the first step in a new fundraiser that will assist local veterans “one brick at a time.”
MALTA – Within several years, the town of Malta could see the construction of more new office and retail spaces.
MALTA – When Audrey Ball, Director of Parks, Recreation and Human Services in Malta, retired last year, she left behind a long and noteworthy legacy. Something her successor, Alyssa Benway, has not felt intimidated by during her first few months on the job.
CORRECTION 4/24/18: The Town of Milton IS picking up debris as of last week and was incorrectly reported as not providing the service below. We regret the error. Yard waste, brush and debris pickup by neighborhood municipality in the Ballston Journal coverage area is listed in a round-up below.
The Malta Town Board settled a dispute over the tax assessment of the 2767 Route 9 Steeplechase apartment complex, reports Saratoga Today.
MALTA – Six walkways representing branches of service will be installed expanding the current memorial for veterans next to town hall.
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.
MALTA – After retiring in 2010, Ballston Spa resident Darlene Van Sickle had two things on her bucket list. She accomplished the first by traveling to Nevada to visit her sister. Circumstances had kept them apart for 34 years, and their reunion was a joyous one.
MALTA – Linda Gorham of Qholaqhoe Mountain Connections (QMC) accepted an $800 check from Malta Sunrise Rotary Treasurer Cynthia Young and President Bob Conner during a club meeting on Jan. 18.