BALLSTON – The Town of Ballston has reached a contract agreement with Teamsters Local 294, the bargaining unit representing the Town’s 11 Highway Department employees.
The Ballston Spa Village Board met on April 23 for the last time before the postponed budget vote that will take place on April 30 after unanimously agreeing to exceed the tax cap limit for the 2018-2019 fiscal year budget.
If future predictions of climate change are accurate it will be one of the most pressing concerns for children growing up today. A lot of curriculum material is dedicated to teaching K-12 students climate science, but educators find it valuable for tomorrow’s scientists and policy makers to learn outside the classroom in a more real-world setting.
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 Central School District’s 2018-2019 budget, totaling nearly $92 million, has official been adopted. But first, the Board of Education took time this week to recognize the work being done by district elementary school teachers for the Weekend Backpack program, as well to honor middle school art teacher Kristina Guernsey.
Ballston Spa High School’s Troupe performed Hello, Dolly! as their annual spring production, a show which is exciting and interesting.