New tall building for Saratoga, Phish singer in jail, Rolex in the trash, UAlbany loses

It looks like a new four-story mixed use building will be going up right off of Broadway in Saratoga Springs. The development at 30 Lake Ave will include shops on the bottom two floors and condos in the rest of the space. [Saratogian]

Trey Anastasio, the singer for Phish, spent two days in a Washington County jail last week after he missed a drug counseling session. Anastasio got pulled over last December for DUI. [Post-Star]

Two Albany landfill workers found and returned a Rolex that had been accidentally dropped in the trash. [TU]

UAlbany lost at home to Maine 80-71. The men's hoops team is now 9-10 overall and 4-3 in the America East. [TU]

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