Back in October, the Powerball was a whopping $1.76 billion, and although no one from New York won that enormous jackpot, someone in Upstate New York was holding a $1 million ticket. We now know who that lucky winner is, well sort of.
As the pickleball craze sweeps through the Capital Region, new courts are popping up. There is an enormous indoor and outdoor pickleball facility being built in Saratoga County and will open soon. It's called the Legacy Pickleball Club.
There was another lucky New York State lottery scratch-off ticket sold in the Capital Region. This time it was worth the top prize of one million dollars and sold at Cumberland Farms in Saratoga County.
The New York Lottery's Take 5 drawing has been a lucky game for a bunch of Capital Region players in the last few weeks. There were two winners at area Saratoga County Stewart's Shops totaling over eighty thousand dollars in the last week. Add another winner to the list. This time in Albany.
There have been three Take 5 winners in the Capital Region in the last month. Two of them have come from a Stewart's Shop in Saratoga County in the last week. This latest winner bought their ticket at a Stewart's Shop that is worth over thirty-four thousand dollars.
It was definitely fall football last night with temperatures at some fields in Section 2 dipping into the 40's as the sun fell on Friday evening. 24 teams suited up for 12 games in the Capital Region. There were a number a blowouts, some excitingly close games and some upsets. Something for everyone.
Get ready to visit another local brewery and go hog wild or as they say, "go pig or go home"! Saratoga County will get a brand new brewery called the Speckled Pig Brewing Company, which will open soon.
If you have ever been to the Saratoga Lake Country Club and eaten at The Hideaway, you know that the restaurant is a hidden gem in Saratoga County. Well, there is good news. There will be another restaurant added inside another golf club in Saratoga County that will be run by the same owners as The Hideaway.
When you are enjoying delicious Stewart's ice cream, you don't really think about its history. Well, I don't. I only think about the most difficult decision. What amazing flavor am I going to get a pint of and eat in one sitting? But there is a backstory and it's quite the history lesson of how Stewart's became a staple in the Capital Region and beyond.
Maureen White-Schock of Ballston Spa is not only on the front lines at Albany Medical Center dealing with the high stress, high demand job of the health care world during the pandemic, but continues her job when she gets home. While she certainly is grateful to be blessed with a wonderful husband and two children, she assumes the responsibility of caregiver to her mother-in-law, who unfortunately