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Glens Falls to cancel summer programs, keep beach and pool closed

The City of Glens Falls has suspended all downtown block parties through June 30th, cancelled summer programs and have shuttered the East Field pool and Haviland Cove beach for the summer as measures to keep the city’s residents safe as a result of the coronavirus.

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NTSB calls on NHTSA to adopt new limo regulations

WASHINGTON (NEWS10) — The National Transportation Safety Board is calling on the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to adopt limo safety reforms in the wake of the Schoharie limo crash.

The letter from the NTSB includes the recommendations of lap and shoulder belts for all passenger seats on vehicles that were modified to be limousines. They also recommend seat belts for all passengers on buses that weigh anywhere from 10,000 to 26,000 pounds.

In April, local Reps. Paul Tonko, Elise Stefanik, and Antonio Delgado all called for NHTSA to adopt the limo regulations.

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Capital Region Salons and Barbers Prepare for Phase Two

ALBANY, N.Y .(NEWS10) — As the Capital region begins its second phase of reopening, many salons and barbershops are preparing to implement new business protocols.  

Locations like Shannon’s Barber Shop in Glenmont, have added in plexiglass barriers. The shop also plans on reducing certain services.  

“Some of the things we can’t do is beard shaves. We can’t do hair washing. There is no safe way to do that,” said Bill Asprion, Owner of Shannon’s Barber Shop.  

Central Avenue shops are also preparing. Adja African Hair Braiding says they’re happy to reopen but hopes the pandemic and recent protest will not get in the way.  

Both locations are only accepting clients through appointments. 


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Civil rights activist cautions protesters to watch for agitators

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — A local man, who protested during the 1960’s Civil Rights Movement, has cautioned Black Lives Matter protesters to beware of people attempting to turn peaceful protests into riots.

Victor Collier has lived through riots and understands the frustrations in seeking justice.

“We’ve reached an all-time fever at this juncture where everyone says enough is enough,” Collier said. “These kids today have had enough because they’ve watched the movies, they’ve seen the tapes,” Collier said.

Collier called this weeks destruction of business “not normal.”

“When you do it long enough it becomes normal and there’s nothing normal about it. You’re trying to stop and bring peace to a world because you know the outcome of it,” Collier said.

One of yesterday’s protesters Yacob Williams said he’s trying to keep the peace.

“It’s a separate group of people, call them agitators, people trying to take advantage of the situation,” Williams said.

Nine people were arrested, many of whom were from outside the city. Collier said protesters should not be riled up by the ‘agitators.’

“When it’s all over with, you’re still living in the burned out area because you can’t afford to move out of the mess you just made. And the people who created and helped you do this go back where they came from,” Collier said.

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2 arrested for shooting at homes in Saratoga County; more arrests possible

DAY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — The Saratoga County Sheriff’s Office continues to investigate after two men were arrested for shooting at homes in the Town of Day.

On May 11, deputies said 46-year-old Kenneth Burdick and 28-year-old Alex Shippee were on Hollow Road and fired multiple shots at two different homes in the area.

Investigators found out there were numerous people sleeping inside the homes.

Both men were charged with Reckless Endangerment and the sheriff’s office said more arrests are expected to be made.

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The Seven Heroic Moments That Will Make Your Wednesday Night

On Wednesday night (June 3), CMT will air a very special special. It’s called CMT Celebrates Our Heroes: An Artists of the Year Special. The live-from-home show will have country artists and celebrity guests paying tribute to the countless heroes who have worked tirelessly during the entire coronavirus pandemic since day one: the teachers, the……