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Seasoned opens to the public October 9th
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SUNY Adirondack in Queensbury is opening a new student-run restaurant in nearby downtown Glens Falls. The eatery called “Seasoned” will open to the public on October 9th at the college’s new Culinary Arts Center on Hudson Avenue.

United States Senator Charles Schumer
Senator Charles Schumer

New York U.S. Senator Charles Schumer will visit the campus of SUNY Adirondack today to meet with school leaders about cybersecurity.

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State education commissioner MaryEllen Elia made an appearance Thursday at the Early College Career Academy on the campus of SUNY Adirondack in Queensbury, in southern Warren County.

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New York State police say they have arrested a former SUNY Adirondack College student accused of making what they determined to be “credible threats to commit a mass shooting” at an unknown elementary school. Local media report that Peter Breault was charged with making a terroristic threat.

The criminal complaint indicates that at 8 yesterday morning the 20-year-old threatened to commit mass murder of schoolchildren in the town of Queensbury. Breault was arraigned to the Queensbury Town Court and sent to Warren County jail with bail set at $100,000. He is scheduled to return to court on Monday.

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On Thursday Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul visited SUNY Adirondack in Warren County to announce a $9.7 million NY SUNY 2020 Grant to establish a new Regional Workforce Development Center on the Queensbury campus.

WAMC's Lucas Willard spoke with college president Kristine Duffy about the planned facility that will connect students with the prominent sectors of the regional economy.

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Since 1991, Dr. David Starbuck, an archeologist and associate professor at Plymouth State University in New Hampshire, has been supervising an Archeology Field School through SUNY Adirondack.

Small business owners in the Southern Adirondack region are gathering Friday to discuss ways to increase exports as a means of boosting the local economy.

U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand visited with community leaders in Queensbury, New York, today to hear from local officials their economic development needs.

On the campus of SUNY Adirondack, New York’s junior senator met with leaders of the business community and public officials from Warren, Washington, and Northern Saratoga counties.

Ed Bartholomew, president of EDC Warren County, addressed the upcoming closure of General Electric’s capacitor manufacturing plant in Fort Edward…