BALLSTON SPA — “Mornings with Morley” is a new book honoring the namesake of the Maurice “Christopher” Morley Literacy Award administered by the Ballston Spa Central School District that author Ann Hauprich hopes will inspire readers for generations to come.
BALLSTON SPA – A beauty legend, Margaret Kathryn “Maggie” Peterson passed away Thursday, Feb. 1, 2018 in Virginia at 85-years-old.
Visionary leader hopes to boost membership to help even more in the community When Ed Moore officially roars into action as 2017-2018 President of the Ballston Spa Lions Club on July 1, he’ll do so with a fierce determination to build upon the legacy of those who founded what is now the world’s largest service
MILTON – Long after the town’s 225th anniversary festivities are history, residents will have a literary keepsake to remind them of the milestone.
Annual event draws attention to missing persons and enables families to share ways of coping and to keeping hope alive ALBANY — Assemblyman Jim Tedisco (R,C,I-Glenville) was the host and emcee for the 15th annual Missing Persons Day Ceremony at the NYS Museum on Saturday, April 9. The event brings together family members of missing…
BALLSTON SPA — A tribute to late Center for HOPE co-founder Doug Lyall, who will be honored during a special remembrance ceremony at New York State Missing Persons Day in Albany on Saturday, April 9, 2016, is but one of the many chapters in a new book by local author Ann Hauprich.
BALLSTON SPA – Dennis Jourdanais has always regarded life as a priceless gift. But he’s been falling asleep counting his blessings more than ever since being rescued from his mangled car by the Jaws of Life on Monday, January 4.
BALLSTON — When 17-year-old Jordan Stern told her friends she was going to spend part of her summer vacation volunteering at a camp in Israel, their first response was: “Don’t get shot.”
SARATOGA SPRINGS — When the Rev. William Tracy graduated from Ballston Spa High School in 1946, he never imagined his legacy would include saving the lives of legions of priests and others who – like himself – had become addicted to alcohol.