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House of the Week – 3056 Shaw Road in Galway

Custom Post and Beam Home Surrounded by Nature 3056 Shaw Road, Galway NY 12850 Q & A with Listing Agents Oliver Aldrich & Michelle Mebert What are the home’s most valuable features for prospective buyers? “3056 Shaw Road offers custom Post and Beam construction surrounded by nature. The home has 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths, an open floor plan with an updated  kitchen and a spacious family room. The large deck…

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14 Builders Announced for 2017 Showcase of Homes

2017 Saratoga Showcase of Homes 14 Builder Line-Up Announced The 2017 Saratoga Showcase of Homes Committee is proud to announce a spectacular line-up of fourteen of our region’s finest builders for the area’s premiere new home tour event. Celebrating 22 years of exceptional homes, this annual fall tradition will once again run over three weekends: September 16-17, 23-24 and 30-October 1. The award-winning builders committed to this year’s event are: Abele…

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The Mill: Architecture and History of Saratoga

“The Mill” – 125 High Rock Avenue Architecture and History of Saratoga blog series by commercial REALTOR®, Olivia Huffman, and Professor James Kettlewell 125 High Rock Avenue is at the important intersection of High Rock Avenue, Nelson Avenue and Circular Street, next to High Rock Park and behind Excelsior Avenue. Located near the famous High Rock Spring, this remarkable, historic property contains a mineral water fountain called the Empire Spring,…

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School Budget Voting Tomorrow

Saratoga Springs & Ballston Spa Schools 2017-18 Budget Votes on Tuesday May 16 Voting for the 2017-18 district budgets for Saratoga Springs City School District and Ballston Spa Central School District will be held tomorrow, Tuesday, May 16, 2017 from 7:00 AM to 9:00 PM at various locations. Saratoga Springs City School District On Tuesday, May 16, residents of the Saratoga Springs City School District (SSCSD) will vote on a…

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State Historic Site Seeks Tour Guides

Grant Cottage State Historic Site Seeking Tour Guides Volunteer orientation event  Saturday, May 13, 2017 (WILTON/MOREAU, NY) — The Grant Cottage State Historic Site will hold a new volunteer orientation on Saturday, May 13 at the Cottage from 9 – 11 a.m. Volunteers are needed to serve as tour guides, assist with group visitors, and help in the gift shop. Volunteers are needed to work from May until October, with…

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House of the Week – 100 Howe Road

Freshly Updated Horse Farm with Views 100 Howe Road,  Greenfield Center, NY 12833 Q & A with Listing Agent, Darlene Chorman What are the home’s most valuable features for prospective buyers? “100 Howe Road is a turnkey horse farm with boarding and breeding services that are highly sought after within the equine community of Saratoga Springs, NY. With 70 stalls, usually at full capacity, this is an opportunity to live the successful…

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Malta Residents: County Waste Collection on May 8

Town-Wide Trash Pickup Monday, May 8 For Residents of Round Lake & Malta The town of Malta, in partnership with County Waste, has announced a town-wide, bulk waste pick-up for all residents of the town of Malta, and the village of Round Lake. The trucks will begin collecting in those areas on Monday, May 8, 2017. Residents of Malta & the village of Round Lake only Residents are asked to…

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New Habitat Restore Hosts Earth Day Drive for Donations

Celebrate Earth Day & New ReStore 2 Places to Recycle Household Items, Pickup Available In celebration of Earth Day on April 22nd, Habitat for Humanity of Northern Saratoga, Warren and Washington Counties will host its first donation drive to collect home goods to resell at the new Habitat ReStore opening on Route 9 in Moreau this summer (soft opening slated for July). Local residents can get a jump-start on spring-cleaning while…

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New York State Police 100th Anniversary

NY State Police Celebrate Centennial April 2017 Marks 100 Years of Service April 11, 2017 marks the 100th Anniversary of the New York State Police. The origins of this organization are the result of two strong willed women, with diligent determination to insure the safety of rural areas in the State of New York. It all began in 1913 in Bedford, New York. Moyca Newell was building her home in rural…

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Stephanie Anne’s Shoe Salon Moving to Phila Street

Shoe Store Opening on Phila Street Stephanie Anne’s to expand, move to corner of Broadway & Phila Springtime signifies growth and renewal, and that’s just what’s happening at Stephanie Anne’s Shoe Salon in downtown Saratoga Springs. Stephanie Siracusa opened her fashion-forward shoe store at 368 Broadway (downtown Marketplace) only a year ago, but her business has already experienced such tremendous growth that she’s moving to a bigger, more visible space. Starting in May, Siracusa…

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