Article on page 9 of the 11/03 Express.
Article on page 5 & 12 of the 10-20 Express.
Article on page 2 of the 07/28 edition.
Schaghticoke- Prospectors Restaurant owned and operated by Deanna and Brian Rohloff opened the doors of their establishment at 1544 State Route 40 in Schaghticoke in November of 2015. The couple currently resides in the area and has lifelong ties to the community. They hope that Prospectors adds to the options that people have in the community. In addition to Prospectors, the couple also owns Roli’s Auto, also in Schaghticoke, multiple rental properties in Mechanicville and a Nationwide Steel Business. All local vendors and contractors did the work to get the restaurant up and running. “We have awesome, very friendly staff,” says Deanna Rohloff. Most of the staff employed by Prospectors are from the local community. “We want to support local businesses,” says Deanna.
Article in the 06-23 issue.
Arvin Hart held an Open House on Sunday April 24. A demonstration was held to show firemen putting out a sofa that had caught on fire.
Article and Photos in May 5th edition.
MECHANICVILLE FEBRUARY 6- At 10:13 AM Tina Mone cut the ribbon to officially open her own salon. Her long time dream has finally come true. Beauty Express is owned an operated by Tina and her partner Richard Spence of Schenectady.
Read the entire article in the 02/11 edition.
MALTA, September 12 – Last Saturday’s formal debut of the Round Lake Preserve was to many an idea whose time, finally, had come. To the farmers who cared for its land for decades, it was literally, and deeply felt, an answer To prayer.
At the long-awaited ribbon cutting at the preserve, located off Rte. 67 just west of the Malta-Stillwater line, Malta Supervisor Paul Sausville, welcoming participants, lauded Larry Sweeney, the landowner who made it all possible by partnering with the Town of Malta and the private land preservation agency, Saratoga P.L.A.N. (Preserving Land and Nature).