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Groundbreaking CBS6 Reporter Ken Screven Dies

Longtime CBS6-WRGB reporter Ken Screven has died, the station reports.The first Black man to work as a reporter for a Capital District television station, Screven, who was 72, joined the CBS6 team in 1977.“As a Black man on TV in Albany in the early 70's, Ken was a trailblazer with a conscience. He…
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Confederate flag at Albany High sparks discussion from parents, district

A Confederate flag outside Albany High School has parents talking. It was displayed earlier this week on a car belonging a sub-contractor at the school, as the district renovates and expands the building. Wednesday, the City School District of Albany said that person is no longer working at the school....
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State Police Charge Man in Theft of State Lawmaker's Vehicle

State Police have arrested the man who allegedly stole a vehicle belonging to a state lawmaker from Chautauqua County. Troopers say an investigation found that 25-year-old Alex Slagle of Albany entered a parking garage at the Empire State Plaza on May 9th and stole a black 2009 BMW belonging to Assemblyman Andrew Goodell that was parked unlocked with the keys inside. As Slagle left the garage, he allegedly stopped and loaded the car with miscellaneous tools that were stolen from a storage area located in another parking area. He was later involved in a crash in the City of Albany, where police were able to recover some of the stolen items. Slagle was identified after troopers received an anonymous tip about his alleged involvement in the theft. He turned himself in on Monday and was arraigned on felony charges of 3rd- and 4th-degree criminal possession of stolen property and a misdemeanor charge of 4th-degree criminal mischief. Slagle was released on his own recognizance and is due to reappear in court on May 26th.
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Family-Owned Since The 1940s, Step Back In Time At Verdile’s In New York

Verdile’s Restaurant is a big deal in Troy, New York, and especially in the Lansingburgh neighborhood where it has been serving great food to its customers for almost 80 years. This family-owned restaurant has been owned and operated by three generations of the Verdile family since 1943, and has been... The post Family-Owned Since The 1940s, Step Back In Time At Verdile’s In New York appeared first on Only In Your State.
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Chopt rolling out contactless-only location

Chopt, a fast casual salad chain is expanding its footprint next month in Virginia with a sustainable restaurant design set to open in the Ballston Exchange at 4201 Wilson Blvd. The store will have an energy-efficient HVAC system, smaller spatial footprint, energy-efficient kitchen wares and streamlined operations to lower overall energy consumption, Dennis Lee, VP of Development at Founders Table, the company that owns Chopt, said in a company press release.
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