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Everything new from The Daily Gazette Wednesday, Oct. 7

Kaytrin and Devin Ziemann are opening their newest restaurant location “The Nest” at 512 State Street in Schenectady. Kaytrin shows off their bourbons behind the bar Tuesday.
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Kaytrin and Devin Ziemann are opening their newest restaurant location “The Nest” at 512 State Street in Schenectady. Kaytrin shows off their bourbons behind the bar Tuesday.

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Everything from The Daily Gazette Wednesday:

  1. News: Schenectady – Records show prior suspension for Schenectady officer in controversial arrest; Involved Bumpy’s, social distancing
  2. News: Capital Region – Joseph Bruno, one of region’s great powerbrokers, dies
  3. News: Schenectady – Stockade Inn in Schenectady serving as quarantine space for Union students
  4. News: Schenectady – New restaurant to open in downtown Schenectady despite COVID limitations
  5. News: Schenectady – Feds: Schenectady man illegally possessed Molotov cocktail
  6. News: Schenectady – Schenectady sales tax deal with county gets final approval
  7. News: Rotterdam – Rotterdam budget includes tax increase
  8. News: Saratoga Springs – Saratoga Springs city budget would raise taxes, make deep cuts
  9. News: Capital Region – Thanksgiving Food Basket drive looking for volunteers
  10. News: Erie Canal – Local photographers honored for canal photos
  11. News: Capital Region – COVID-19 Tracker for Monday, Oct. 5, by county
  12. Sports: Schenectady – High schools: Abbatiello leads CBA past Schenectady
  13. Sports: Shenendehowa – Shenendehowa, Shaker play to scoreless tie in Suburban Council girls’ soccer
  14. Sports: Schenectady County – Fall sport athletes have joined Schalmont, Mohonasen/Schenectady golf teams
  15. Sports: Niskayuna – Guilderland girls’ soccer gets past Niskayuna
  16. Sports: Amsterdam, Gloversville – High schools: Durinick leads Amsterdam golf past Gloversville
  17. Sports: Capital Region – Suburban Council making postseason plans
  18. Sports: Union College – Kosack, Harrison named Union co-captains
  19. Sports: Albany – National Arena League team will be named the Empire
  20. Opinion: Editorial – Editorial: Tighten ethics law ethically
  21. Opinion: Letters – Letters to the Editor for Wednesday, Oct. 7

Tuesday:

  1. News: New York State – Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s press conference for Tuesday, Oct. 6
  2. News: Schenectady – Restaurant in Schenectady’s Little Italy reverts to takeout only
  3. News: Schenectady – Female entrepreneurs welcome new professional hub in Schenectady
  4. News: Schenectady – Advocates renew push to allow backyard chickens in Schenectady
  5. News: Capital Region – N.Y. shutdown strains movie theater industry; Regal temporarily shuts down nationally
  6. News: Schenectady – Foss: Schenectady budget plan assumes no help is coming
  7. News: Amsterdam – Amsterdam business shows off its growth;Lt. Gov. Hochul visits city’s Executive Group
  8. News: Colonie – Colonie Police: Schenectady man found with gun after traffic stop
  9. News: Richmondville – Troopers: Richmodnville man intentionally set fire to car in New Scotland
  10. News: Colonie – Colonie Police: Albany man faces sex abuse, assault counts in case; Woman found beaten in Saratoga County
  11. News: Halfmoon – Saratoga Sheriff: Waterford man burglarized building at Halfmoon dog park
  12. News: Capital Region Scrapbook – 1970 in Schenectady and at Thacher Park
  13. Sports: Amsterdam – Photos: Amsterdam takes on Gloversville Monday in golf
  14. Sports: Guilderland – Defending champion Guilderland field hockey grateful to play
  15. Sports: UAlbany – UAlbany resumes athletic activities after coronavirus-related pause
  16. Opinion: Editorial – Editorial: Heed warning on coming covid train
  17. Opinion: Letters – Letters to the Editor for Tuesday, Oct. 6

Monday:

  1. News: Schoharie – NTSB: Implement findings of critical DOT audit
  2. News: Schoharie – Schoharie crash driver’s estate files lawsuit
  3. News: Guilderland – Neighbors sue to halt apartment, Costco projects near Crossgates
  4. News: Schenectady County – District Attorney’s Office sees top retirements, promotions
  5. News: Niskayuna – Proposed Niskayuna budget raises taxes two percent
  6. News: Schenectady County – Public Library in-person services will begin at five locations Monday
  7. News: Amsterdam – Comptroller’s report cites problems in Amsterdam city budget
  8. News: Stillwater – Feds: Stillwater man possessed child pornography
  9. Opinion: High Notes – Help for sick children, virtual walk for Alzheimer’s patients and caregivers
  10. Opinion: Letters – Letters to the Editor for Monday, Oct. 5

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