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Visiting Saratoga this summer? Plan a fun day trip exploring the smaller towns and byways along this 60-mile corridor, filled with regional history and culture. Travel along the Hudson and through the lower Adirondacks, where you'll discover destinations offering four seasons of adventure, and wilderness areas that attracted vacationers over a century ago.

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Waldorf School of Saratoga Springs students had a very productive Earth Day! The Times Union and The Saratogian both reported that the students helped restore a 1.5-acre section of Karner blue butterfly habitat in Saratoga Spa State Park, completing a $10,000 restoration project that began last fall.


2016 marks the 175th Anniversary of the Saratoga County Fair! In honor of the occasion, the 175th Anniversary Committee is seeking entries for a commemorative design this spring in time for the 2015 the event.

Yaddo Mansion, the historic 45,000-square-foot building at the center of Saratoga Springs' Trask estate, has recently received a $250,000 grant from New York State for winterization and renovations

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I had a feeling we had another accolade coming our way!  Saratoga Springs has been named one of the best places for young families to live in all of New York State by NerdWallet. 

Coyote interactions are an increasingly common occurrence in suburban areas, even in settings like Saratoga. And, when warmer weather rolls around, these interactions will increase.

While finding one in a nearby park or your own backyard can be alarming, there's no need for concern. We've gathered together some great tips to help you avoid potential conflicts with coyotes this spring and summer. 

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Next Wednesday, April 22 is Earth Day, and in my opinion, it's a holiday we can all get behind! In honor of our planet, we've gathered up four great events worth attending as part of your Earth Day Celebration.

In honor of its 100th Anniversary, a number of different projects will be taking place throughout Saratoga Springs this year. Next on tap - High Rock Spring.

Do you like overnight getaways, free meals, golf, spa experiences, and framed artwork? What about gift certificates to local businesses? If you answered "yes," then you should enter to win The 1915 Saratoga Experience Package Contest!

As part of the Saratoga Springs Centennial Celebration, "Mapping A City: Saratoga Springs As Seen Through 250 Years Of Maps" will open today at the Saratoga Springs History Museum.

Union Ave Looking East, c.1910

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