About Us

Welcome to Saratoga Publishing...
where "business-as-usual" takes on a whole new meaning.

We aren’t a publicly-owned media giant.
We aren’t a mega-mart publisher who treats clients like numbers.
We ARE a locally-owned and operated boutique Media Company located in Saratoga Springs, NY.
We ARE real people who live in the communities, shop at the stores and have children in the schools.
We care about our clients, our readers and our local issues.

Originally launched in 2006 to publish a grass roots local newspaper, we now also produce a variety of high-quality lifestyle publications for niche markets.

  • Our original product, Saratoga TODAY Newspaper, is the community’s weekly source of local news and information. The colorful, easy-to-read tab format and use of the dynamic headline, combined with our 100 percent local focus, makes Saratoga TODAY a must-have newspaper for homeowners and business people in the greater Saratoga Springs region.
  • As the years passed and our loyal readership grew, we launched our magazine division.

    Simply put… our primary magazine is Simply Saratoga; A high-end, bi-monthly lifestyle magazine. Weaved throughout colorful pages are regular features that everyone loves as well

  • With over 500,000 hits a month saratogaTODAYnewspaper.com is a great way to reach our online readers at affordable rates.

Whether you are a reader or an advertiser, you are the reason we do this and we want to thank you for your support, your loyalty and for making us a part of your lives -

Thank You,
Chad Beatty
Owner, Publisher

Distribution

Saratoga TODAY Newspaper is available at every Stewart’s Shop from Exit 10 to Exit 16 and at these other convenient pick-up locations.

* Look for our Blue Box!
** Magazine pick-up locations

Saratoga

Adirondack Trust**
Aroxy Cleaners
Country Corner Café – Church Street*
Cudney’s Cleaners
Esperanto
Empire State College
Five Points Grocery
Fortunate Cup
Franklin Community Center
Home of the Good Shepherd
Hungry Spot
Impressions
Lyrical Ballad
Minogue’s
Mobil/Dunkin Donuts – West Avenue
NBT Bank
Olde Bryan Inn
One West Medical**
Outer Zone*
PJ’s BBQ*
Price Chopper**
Public Schools
Roma*
Roohan Realty
Saratoga Farmer’s Market
Saratoga Hospital
Saratoga Library**
Saratoga Gaming and Raceway*
Saratoga Post Office (Broadway)
Saratoga Post Office (Washington Street)
Saratoga Train Station
Saratoga Visitor’s Center
Saratoga YMCA**
Shirley’s Diner
Skidmore Case Center and Palamountain Hall
Spring Street Deli
Stewart’s Shops
The Local
The Wesley Community
Triangle Diner
Uncommon Grounds
Wise Building

Ballston Spa

Adirondack Trust**
Ballston Spa Post Office*
Ballston Spa Veterinary
Coffee Planet**
Cumberland Farms
Curtis Lumber
Getty
Hess EXPRESS
My Gym
South Street Market
Stewart’s Shops

Malta

Adirondack Trust**
Ballston Spa National Bank
Community Center**
De Lucia’s Market
Malta Medical Arts**
McDonald’s*
Price Chopper**
Steeplechase**
Stewart’s Shops
Tech Park – GlobalFoundries
Town Office Building
YMCA**

Milton

Geyser Rd. Area
Cumberland Farms'
Hannaford
Stewart’s Shops
Quad Graphics

Wilton

Adirondack Trust**
Burger King*
Denny’s*
Five Guys*
Gavin Park
Hannaford**
Hess – Exit 15
Home of the Good Shepherd
Minogue’s
Moe’s*
Mobil – Exit 16
Mobil on the Run – Exit 15
Price Chopper**
Saratoga Heritage Apartments
Scotty’s
Stewart’s Shops
The Paddocks of Saratoga
Wilton Medical Arts
Wilton Town Hall
YMCA**

Blotter

  • COURT Ricky Nelson, 62, of Stillwater, pleaded April 12 to five felony counts of possessing a sexual performance of a child. Sentencing scheduled for June 19. Nelson, the former mayor of Stillwater, is expected to be sentenced to a total of 5 to 15 years in state prison, as well as to be registered as a sex offender upon release, according to the Saratoga County District Attorney’s office.  Gabriel C. Hodge, 46, of Schenectady, pleaded April 13 to felony robbery, in connection with an incident in Ballston. Sentencing scheduled June 1.  Mason A. Weber, 25, of Stillwater, was sentenced April…

Property Transactions

  • TOWN OF BALLSTON  29 Forest Rd., $295,000. James and Nancy Gratton sold property to Ashley and Michael Yackeren.  67 Paradowski Rd., $264,000. William and Sheila Purdy sold property to Kevin Herderich and Jessica Bradley.  29 Stablegate Dr., $566,746. Barbera Homes Kelley Farms LLC sold property to Steven and Catherine Santandrea.  169 Charlton Rd., $405,000. Brett Homburger sold property to Eric and Sherri Wade.  14 Main St., $125,000. Tracy Fitzpatrick sold property to Alice Titova.  CLIFTON PARK 21 Lexington Dr., $215,000. William Shumway and Mary Uber Shumway sold property to Brendon Shaver. 7 Jarose Place, $420,000. Luis and Dianna sold property…
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