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Editor's Note 11/13/15: This article has been edited with correct information. The book has been entered for a Pulitzer Prize. Final nominations will be announced in April. 

Longtime Saratoga resident, Ray O'Conor's novel has just been entered for a Pulitzer Prize. Get the scoop! 

U.S. Mint and the National Park service will launch the release of a special quarter honoring Saratoga National Historical Park next week.


Good news for the pedestrians, joggers and bicyclists of the area! Saratoga County plans to spend $100,000 to develop recreational trails. Get the details: 


Looking for the latest arts, nonprofit and education news in Saratoga? From upcoming events happening in the area to esteemed honors given to a SPAC resident artist, we have you covered. Take a look: 

As part of its efforts to increase awareness of restorative justice and its potential for use with young people in schools and the juvenile justice system, the Skidmore College Project on Restorative Justice will present two events that are free and open to the public.

Restorative justice pioneer Margaret Thorsborne, photo provided
It's been a busy two weeks in Saratoga's arts and non-profit communities! Check out these four headlines that caught our attention.

Earlier this month, a nonprofit organization submitted an application to change the zoning designation of a 9.7 acre parcel on the corner of Route 67 and State Farm Boulevard in Malta. If the change is approved and funds can be raised, the town may be home to one of the region's finest aquatic centers in the very near future.


Healthy Living Market and Café's annual Thanksgiving turkey pre-order program kicked off on Wednesday, October 7th. The leading grocery store has consistently offered the freshest local and fair priced turkeys for generations and this year will be no different. Get the details: 


Have any past Halloween costumes lying around your house? Gather them up and donate them to a great cause! 


The Saratoga Planning Board recently approved the City Center's request to subdivide the High Rock Avenue parking lot, where a parking garage is planned to be built. However, this decision was not met with unanimous positivity. 


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