Woman killed in Schenectady deli stick-up, Tonko endorses Morris, Paterson reaches out to Bruno on same-sex marriage, Price Chopper alleges grocery espionage, plane lands on Route 9

A woman was shot and killed in a deli on Eastern Ave in Schenectady Friday night (map). Police say it appears the woman got caught up in the middle of a robbery -- but they're not sure whether the she was intentionally shot. [Daily Gazette] [TU]

A Troy man has been arrested for the death of his girfriend's three-year-old daughter. Police haven't said yet how the girl died. [TU]

Paul Tonko has endorsed Shawn Morris in the Albany mayoral race. Responded Jerry Jennings: "... the people behind me are the people that live in this city, that work in this city, and that will vote in this city." [TU] [CapNews9]

David Paterson has reached out to Joe Bruno to help him lobby Republican state Senators to support to the same-sex marriage bill. [Liz Benjamin]

The Obama Administration has found many of its appointees in New York State. [TU]

Another New Yorker the Obama team has leaned on heavily -- whether they like it or not: Chuck Schumer.

The body of the man who fell into the Mohawk last week was found Saturday afternoon (map). The body was spotted by a helicopter and divers were dispatched to retrieve it. [TU] [Troy Record]

Most of the Rensselaer County government's computers were inoperable last week because of two computer viruses. [TU]

Clifton Park recently launched an emergency communications system that allows it to alert residents via text message. [Saratogian]

Rensselaer County officials say two cases of the emerging H1N1 flu were recently reported there -- one of them in Troy. Both cases were in children and both were considered mild. [Troy Record]

Price Chopper has sued Binghamton-area competitor Giant for grocery espionage. The Chopper says Giant was being fed unpublished sale prices by a beer distributor and then set its sale prices a penny or two cheaper. [Daily Gazette] [TU]

A pit bull killed a puppy -- after grabbing it from its owner's arms -- in Albany's Pine Hills neighborhood last week. [TU]

A small plane made an emergency landing on Rt 9 in Malta Friday night. [Saratogian]

The latest schoolyard trend in the Capital Region: student-cultivated gardens. [TU]

Comments

Not that we don't already know that Gerald is a sore loser over last year's Congressional race, but his complete failure to recognize the Congressman for the vast stimulus resources he has brought to the region is so telling of the "sour grapes" in the Jennings campaign...

I know you aren't that bright, JJ, but the Congressman also represents the tens of thousands of citizens of Albany (as does the Common Council President) - so guess what, no amount of minimizing will take away from the fact that you, as incumbent Mayor, were just told by your own Congressman to make way for a new vision in Albany.

Throw the bums out...Albany.

Aw. Puppy. :(

Did anyone see the news story about the plane landing with the hulk hogan look alike...Please someone else say that they saw it I have been trying to find the video online and cant find it anywhere

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