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Good news for Saratoga Springs homeowners! Saratoga Springs recently topped a highest housing value list, with four other towns in the county making the top ten.

#healthysaratoga is no longer just another hashtag; now, it's a movement. The initiative has had a huge impact on the state of health in Saratoga County since its inception in 2014, and as a result, Saratoga County has been ranked 2016's healthiest county in New York, based on an annual study conducted by the University of Wisconsin's Population Health Institute!


Happy Earth Day, Saratoga! Looking for a simple way to give back to your planet and beautify your yard at the same time? Give native plants and naturalization a try!


A new study has produced some startling evidence which, if true, could mean the Saratoga Battlefield isn't really in Saratoga County at all.


It's that time of year again! Patio dining in Saratoga Springs comes back April 1st, so you'll see tables and chairs along the sidewalks on Broadway and surrounding streets throughout town.

If it's a nice day, the best place to enjoy a nice meal or a cocktail is outside on the patio. Fresh air, a nice breeze, the sun shining down on you... it doesn't get any better!

To make patio dining even more fun (for the whole family), Gov. Cuomo signed a bill into law late last year that allows dogs on restaurant patios throughout New York State. 


Spring is right around the corner and you know what that means... Time to make sure your garden is in tip-top shape! The DEC made an announcement recently that will have you ready to get your green thumbs going. Check it out! 

Being only a short train ride away from New York City is one of the many reasons why living around the Capital Region is great. The only downside is you may have noticed that it's a rarity for Amtrak to have more than a few trains scheduled from Saratoga or Schenectady on a given day.  However, there could be potential plans for this to change in the future. 

Love exploring nature in the Saratoga area? If so, you're in luck! A 246-acre park is in the works at the intersection of Route 50 and Middle Line Road, just across from the Wm. H. Buckley Farm, and could be open in time for winter activities. Get the details: 

Saratoga Hospital recently proposed plans for expansion close to its Church Street location, but some neighbors aren't pleased with the news. Find out why: 


The Boys in the Boat by Daniel James Brown has been selected by public vote as this year's book of choice for Saratoga Reads, a community-wide reading program. 


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