LIFE BACK THEN

So, let me start by saying that like every other grandparent, I find it rather obnoxious that the kids are always on some sort of social media, and watch the stupidest reality shows. A couple of weeks ago my very mentally mature, 14 year old granddaughter spent the night because her Mom was out of

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Your Fall Home Maintenance Checklist

Laura Gaskill September 15, 2017   Fall is a good time to take care of big home repair projects before shorter days (and in many areas, ice and snow) make outdoor work too difficult. And if you do live in an area with cold winters, take some time this fall to boost energy efficiency throughout

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THE PINK PALACE

As I am sure that everyone is aware, Bonacio Construction is building condos and townhouses where Moore Hall, better known as The Pink Palace, used to stand.  It was never really meant to be pink.  Whatever the composite panels that made up the exterior of the building were, they supposed to fade to beige.  Obviously

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The Curious History of the Commission Form of Government

BY SARATOGA TODAY | LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Photo of downtown Saratoga Springs in 1915 provided by Bob Turner via the Shorpy Historic Picture Archive http://www.shorpy.com/node/13251?size=_original. Saratoga Springs is one of only 2 cities in New York and one of only 28 midsized cities in the country with the commission form of government.  On Nov. 7, Saratoga Springs voters

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