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1 Townsquare Media confirms Goslowski's departure from 104.5 The Team; Voelker to fill in as Levack's co-host
2 'Goz' out at 104.5 The Team
3 Report of car renters returning for forgotten drugs leads to arrests, drugs, Albany County Sheriff says
4 Schenectady County caps food delivery service fees
5 Reporter-editor of weekly newspaper shares his top picks
6 Preservation foundation, locals look to halt demolition of two historic buildings in Saratoga Springs
7 Schenectady sells surplus land to solar developer
8 Movies offer escape from COVID on Christmas Day
9 A breath of fresh air: Local soap maker, Schenectady ARC unit benefiting from burgeoning partnership in Scotia
10 Niskayuna High grad featured on History Channel's 'Pawn Stars'
11 NYC to terminate Trump contracts after Capitol insurrection
12 Twitter bans Trump, citing risk of incitement
13 COVID-19 a recurring theme in writer's Top 5
14 Niskayuna soccer star Doyle makes state hall of fame
15 Social distancing and water safety among reporter's Top 5
16 US officials: Suspect in Nashville explosion died in blast
17 Northville man's backyard ice rink has its own ice resurfacer, old boards from Glens Falls Civic Center
18 Gazette publisher diversifies company to keep it strong
19 Everything new from The Daily Gazette Monday, Oct. 12
20 Everything new from The Daily Gazette Wednesday, Oct. 14
21 Gazette announces new publisher
22 Arts Briefs for Thursday, July 23, 2020
23 Schenectady school bus-routing company has grown workforce 30 percent through pandemic
24 Bow Tie Cinemas in Schenectady set to reopen Dec. 18, company says
25 Letters to the Editor Sunday, Nov. 1
26 Capital Region communities adjust Christmas celebrations amid COVID-19
27 Letters to the Editor for Sunday, Oct. 4
28 Post-Gazette to drop Friday print edition, expand its Sunday paper
29 EmblemHealth to lay off 60 at Colonie facility due to automation
30 Businesses adapt to survive in an altered landscape
31 Latham auto dealer expands mobile service business; roving mechanic works in trailer
32 City pulls plug on Schenectady Holiday Parade over coronavirus concerns
33 Kennedy: Pandemic impact on Great Escape, parent company extensive
34 Stewart's Shops to acquire Schenectady-based Red-Kap
35 Female entrepreneurs welcome new professional hub in Schenectady
36 Halfmoon lighting company enters START-UP NY partnership with UAlbany
37 One killed, two injured in Wednesday morning tank explosion at Schenectady business
38 How a Taunton tabletop gaming startup had best year ever during COVID
39 Schenectady's Mill Lane project nearly complete, nearly full
40 Letters to the Editor for Thursday, July 30
41 Glenville steel company secures patent for massive assembly machine
42 GE to cut 75 jobs in Niskayuna, up to 45 in Schenectady
43 Schenectady DA: Former GE employee admits theft from company; Took $47K on corporate cards
44 Foss: New book about GE unfolds like a horror story
45 Amsterdam business shows off its growth; Lt. Gov. Hochul visits city's Executive Group
46 Lawford-based Ivan worked at QB Ltd in Colchester | Gazette
47 World War II at 75: General Electric's key contributions
48 Letters to the Editor for Monday, May 11
49 Stewart's president explains mask crackdown
50 Schenectady Light Opera Company cancels 2020-21 season
51 HIGH NOTES: Food donation milestone, masks for charity, healthy swim, backpacks for kids
52 What You Might NOT Know About Anthony Gucciardo
53 50+ Living: Saratoga's McKrell is a talented artist as well as folk musician
54 Letters to the Editor for Friday, March 20
55 Schenectady landlords say eviction ban is leaving them broke
56 Overtime lawsuit filed against Amsterdam company Sticker Mule
57 Schenectady MWBEs await lifeline from city
58 Hours and places to vote early
59 Former Proctors employee comes forward with allegations of racism
60 Farm Bureau's weekly veggie swap returns in Schenectady
61 Gazette buys Recorder and two other newspapers
62 1918 pandemic had huge impact on Schenectady
63 'Buy It In Montgomery' campaign unveiled
64 Letters to the Editor for Saturday, June 6
65 Pioneer Bank sues accounting firm for $34M lost in MyPayrollHR scheme
66 Niskayuna Co-op hires new general manager
67 As businesses reopen from COVID-19 closures, officials grapple with enforcement challenges
68 So many memorable, magic moments at Proctors
69 Widow sues over engineer's death in August Schenectady industrial explosion
70 Capital Region grocery providers also among front-line heroes
71 Developer pulls controversial Stockade Inn apartment proposal in Schenectady
72 Capital Region business leaders weigh in on post-COVID economy
73 Letters to the Editor Friday, Oct. 2
74 Theater companies grappling with uncertain future due to COVID-19
75 Letters to the Editor Wednesday, Oct. 21
76 GE exits the lighting business
77 GUEST COLUMN Genetic privacy requires prudence, transparency
78 Post-Gazette reducing print edition to 2 days a week, cites plan to go all-digital
79 The Latest: Hawaii says scarcity hinders vaccination efforts
80 Stefanik faces Cobb in 21st Congressional District rematch
81 Officials warn of COVID-19 exposure at Frog Alley in Schenectady
82 Neighbors sue to halt apartment, Costco projects near Crossgates
83 The Gazette's Jeff Wilkin retires: Top 12 stories from 39 years at The Daily Gazette
84 Five ways to beat the boredom
85 Clifton Park artist's portraits honor health care workers
86 Hazardous materials incident in Bethlehem
87 Foss: Last video store in Schenectady area
88 Officials: Fire at Schenectady's Unitarian Universalist Society not suspicious
89 The Latest: Italy ponders suing Pfizer for vaccine delays
90 'Black Lives Matter' painted on Lark Street in Albany
91 Hannaford looking to hire an additional 2000 associates amid increased COVID-19 demand
92 Foss: Put the brakes on Stockade Inn proposal in Schenectady
93 Foss: Life and death in a nursing home
94 Several former Beech-Nut factory buildings targeted for demolition
95 New book chronicles GE's growing crisis through Immelt years
96 Manufacturing continues in Capital Region as other businesses hibernate in COVID-19 shutdowns
97 SI Group reverses course, will stay in Niskayuna
98 GE a much smaller company at start of 2020
99 Local theaters waiting for some return to normalcy
100 GE outlines harsh first-quarter impact of COVID-19