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Sunday July 29, 2012
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Two separate early Sunday morning fires in Troy are being considered accidental.
A man was pronounced dead after a drunk driver struck his car Sunday morning in the Town of Hebron.
The Gariepy family has been chosen as Volunteers of the Week in the City of Cohoes.
New York Senators Charles Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand support an increase to the federal minimum wage, while a similar proposal is stalled in Albany.
Since the casino cash stopped flowing, Salamanca has laid off workers, Niagara Falls has cut back on cleanups and county reserve funds have dried up in the North Country.
The City of Schenectady held a gathering for the Key to the City Program on Sunday.
A dance-a-thon was held in Saratoga on Sunday in honor of National Dance Day.
The rain cleared up just in time for the New York Giants third day of training camp at the University at Albany.
Troy Police are investigating how a man was allegedly dragged by a truck through the City on Sunday.