The Greentree Lake property located next to Lincoln Mountain State Forest in Greenfield is just one protected segment of the Palmertown Range. (Robert Stone)

Being Green: Saratoga PLAN Working to Preserve Palmertown Range

The 40,000 acre tract stretches from Saratoga Springs all the way to Corinth and Moreau Lake State Park.

As Kermit the Frog famously crooned, it’s not easy being…

Jason Golub was appointed to the City Council following the death of longtime Commissioner of Public Works Skip Scirocco earlier this year.

8 Questions for Jason Golub, Saratoga’s New Commissioner of Public Works

After two weeks in office (and countless meetings with Saratogians) Golub has big plans for the City of Saratoga Springs.

Jason Golub just crushed his first two weeks as Commissioner…

Long Island Medium Theresa Caputo says she loves Upstate New York and used to vacation here.

The Long Island Medium Returns to Albany

Theresa Caputo tells us what to expect from her show at the Palace, how the pandemic has changed those who are grieving, and how much she loves being around fellow New Yorkers.

The Long Island Medium is back, Capital Region! Theresa Caputo,…

The second annual Summit Beer Day will take place May 22 on mountaintops everywhere.

6 Local Events You Didn’t Know Were Happening in May

If this month's events calendar is any indication, it's going to be quite the summer.

In the last couple of weeks, I’ve been bombarded with…

The bar at The Brentwood has traditionally served as the front desk of the hotel, but for the past few years, hotel operations have been pivoting to an "invisible service" model, meaning everything from check-in to check-out is handled on guests' personal cell phones. That means that now, Farrier Bar is exclusively a bar.

The Brentwood Hotel Debuts Rebranded Farrier Bar

Called one of Saratoga's best-kept secrets, Farrier specializes in funky wines and good times.

If you’ve never been to the bar at The Brentwood…


(Meredith Coons/Meri Light Photography)

Gallery: Look Inside the Final Home From Last Fall’s Saratoga Showcase of Homes

This beautiful new Oak Ridge home by Trojanski Builders wasn't quite finished in time to be on the 2021 tour.

No detail was left unturned when it came to creating the elevated minimalist look of this stunning new Oak Ridge home by Trojanski Builders. The house, at 24 Beacon Hill Drive, displays…

'The New York Times' reported that Discovery's third consecutive Whitney Handicap win in 1936 was "the most decisive victory to be scored in a big American stake in many years." (Keeneland Library Cook Collection)

Horse for the Course: An Amazing Discovery

This Hall of Famer remains the only horse to have won three consecutive editions of the Whitney.

The year was 1933, and Discovery—a golden chestnut bred by Walter Salmon, Sr. of Mereworth Farm near Lexington, KY—wasn’t necessarily a horse to write home about. A son of Display out of…

A scene from the American Cancer Society's 2019 Red, White & Blue Party. (Konrado Odhiambo)

6 Festive Galas Coming to Saratoga in June

From the Preservation Foundation's Porch Party to the Auto Museum's 20th Anniversary Gala, this month is jam-packed with glitzy gala goodness.

Summer may not officially start until the end of this month, but Saratoga summer is in full swing. This month will see the return of a few favorite fundraisers (and of our…

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