SARATOGA COUNTY – The Saratoga County League of Women Voters’ electronic voter guide, VotingNewYork.org,is now live. Currently, information is available for candidates running in the November Election for Assembly, State Senate, US Senate, US Congress, Governor, Lt. Governor, Attorney General and State Comptroller.
ALBANY, NY – Congressman Paul Tonko (D-NY) will continue his “Souper Bowl” tradition tomorrow, Feb. 4th, by volunteering with community organizations in Albany to serve meals to those in need in the Capital Region.
SARATOGA COUNTY—All offices of the County Clerk, including the Department of Motor Vehicles, will serve as official drop-off locations for items donated to support the Veterans and Community Housing Coalition.
SARATOGA SPRINGS—Saratoga Hospital will be the first hospital in the capital region to offer nitrous oxide to women in labor.
MILTON-Two new members have joined the Gateway House of Peace Board of Directors including an executive producer behind the Emmy award-winning television series Friends.
BALLSTON SPA–The Community Emergency Corps of Ballston Spa will again be an official drop-off point for the donations of the Toys for Tots program and are now accepting donations.
News and Headlines from Around Town on Thursday, February 5, 2014 Globalfoundries deal with IBM moves ahead, Albany Business Review — 220 engineers headed to Albany; IBM and GlobalFoundries, the computer chip manufacturer in Saratoga County, reached a deal in October 2014 that IBM would pay $1.5 billion over three years for GlobalFoundries to takeover IBM’s…
News and Headlines from Around Town, Thursday, Jan. 29, 2015 John Tighe of Milton Pleads Guilty to Child Porn Possession, WTEN – John J. Tighe, age 57, from the Town of Milton, pled guilty on Tuesday to one count of receipt of child pornography and one count of possession
News and Headlines from Around Town, Monday, Jan. 26, 2015 Mayor John Romano Running for Re-Election, The Daily Gazette – The village’s Republican caucus unanimously voted Thursday to endorse Romano for a sixth four-year term — despite a heart attack last month.