Daily Gazette

3/29/18 Panel

Mar 29, 2018

      The Roundtable Panel: a daily open discussion of issues in the news and beyond.

Today's panelists are WAMC’s Alan Chartock, Editor of the Daily Gazette Judy Patrick, Communications Consultant Theresa Bourgeois, the Empire Report’s J.P. Miller.

Judy Patrick

Judy Patrick, Editor of The Daily Gazette, talks with WAMC's David Guistina about the planned student walkouts in the area.  The "We Rise:  A Right To Safety" movement will take place at schools across the nation today to show solidarity with the victims of the Parkland, Fla. shooting.

The widow of a man who died in Schenectady police custody has released audio that reveals her husband complained of having difficulty breathing.

2/15/18 Panel

Feb 15, 2018

   The Roundtable Panel: a daily open discussion of issues in the news and beyond.

Today's panelists are WAMC’s Alan Chartock, Communications Consultant Theresa Bourgeois, Siena College Comparative Politics Professor Vera Eccarius-Kelly, and Editor of The Daily Gazette Judy Patrick.

Judy Patrick
Daily Gazette

After a 35-year tenure at The Daily Gazette, editor and senior vice president Judy Patrick plans to leave the newspaper as soon as March. Patrick, often heard as a guest on WAMC, made the announcement Friday afternoon. She has been managing editor since 2008. She spoke with WAMC's Ian Pickus just after the announcement came out.

Lucas Willard / WAMC

Firefighters were called to the  Daily Gazette's building on Maxon Road Extension in Schenectady early Sunday morning after fire alarms were activated at the building.

Good morning, it's November 6th. WAMC Morning Edition Anchor David Guistina chats with Daily Gazette editor about some regional Election Day results.

Ian Pickus talks with Judy Patrick, Editor of the Daily Gazette, about the morning's top headlines.

Judy Patrick

David Guistina talks with Judy Patrick, Editor of the Daily Gazette, about the morning's top headlines. 

Judy Patrick

David Guistina talks with Judy Patrick, Editor of the Daily Gazette, about the morning's top headlines.

Judy Patrick

David Guistina speaks with Judy Patrick, Editor of the Daily Gazette, about the morning's top headlines. 

A poll released Friday by the Siena Research Institute showed some surprising numbers in one capital region New York State Senate race.

Incumbent 43rd District Senator Roy McDonald – who suspended his campaign after losing a close Republican primary to Saratoga County Clerk Kathy Marchione – received support from 29 percent of poll respondents. McDonald will appear on Tuesday’s ballot on the Independence Party line.

For analysis of the race WAMC’s Patrick Donges spoke with reporter David Lombardo who covers local politics for the Schenectady Daily Gazette.