BALLSTON LAKE – Living Hope Christian Church will host a Fall Festival and Family Fun Day from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Nov. 4, 2018 at the church, 978 Route 50, Ballston Lake. After the morning service with Pastor Eric Walton from 10 to 11:15 a.m., there will be a free lunch from 11:30 a.m…..
BALLSTON SPA – Colin McDonough of Boy Scout Troop 2, Ballston Spa, achieved Scouting’s highest rank, Eagle Scout, this past summer and will be recognized for his accomplishment at a Court of Honor at Christ Episcopal Church on Oct. 22.
BALLSTON LAKE – Allstate exclusive agency owner John Lofrumento recently passed the CFP® (CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER ™) exam. Besides passing the exam, John had to meet a series of certification requirements, including ethical, experience and education designations.
BALLSTON — The Ballston Lake Sewer Committee is down to the final easements for the ongoing sewer project in the Ballston Lake sewer district.
BALLSTON – The sewer committee tasked with managing the Ballston Lake sewer project met Tuesday to discuss concerns from the community and prepare its final proposals to related laws to be passed by the Town Board.
SYRACUSE, NY – Peter W. Farnum, age 41, of Ballston Lake was convicted by jury yesterday, of possessing child pornography, following a 2-week trial, according to a press release issued by United States Attorney Grant C. Jaquith and Janelle M. Miller, Acting Special Agent in Charge of the Albany Field Office of the Federal Bureau
BALLSTON LAKE – Controversy surrounds the approval of a sewer district voted for by Ballston Lake residents in 2015. Previously passed 280-135 in a referendum, some residents are now calling for a re-vote, claiming they weren’t adequately informed as to the costs of the project–others claiming they were unaware a vote had even taken place, according…
BALLSTON – Due to growing demand in recent years for business and residential development, some residents have expressed concern about proposals for increased development and the risk posed to the town’s character.
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.