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New York State Police public information officer Mark Cepiel said the investigation in the murder of a family of four last October was still ongoing and there was no new information. But, he said, all evidence had been removed from the house, and the owners were free to do as they pleased with it.

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National Grid was contacted and immediately responded to the scene to fix the line.

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The old machine has been tucked over in the back corner of a barn on the Altamont fairgrounds for years now, according to volunteer Andy Tinning.

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Ed Cowley III, Altamont

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Kristin Casey, Altamont

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GUILDERLAND — Stuyvesant Plaza merchants will bring their goods outdoors during the plaza’s second sidewalk sale of the season on Saturday, Aug. 1. The plaza will open at 9:30 a.m. to accommodate shoppers and will remain open until 6 p.m.

While the officers were speaking to Franz, a quantity of cocaine, packaged for distribution, was observed in plain view by the driver’s side seat.

Joseph Stein has become a watchdog for Frenches Hollow where he lives, and this week took pictures of three young men on two different days painting graffiti on the foundation of the bridge over the Normanskill.

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The state law, adopted in 2009, is named for Leandra Rosado, who was killed that year at age 11 in New York City when her friend’s mother, who was allegedly drunk, flipped the car, killing Rosado and injuring six other children.

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