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Our newest photos, including this Schenectady officer and 4-year-old on Jay Street downtown Tuesday

Schenectady police officer James Claus fist-bumps 4-year-old Shawn Fennicks on the Jay Street Pedestrian Mall Tuesday. Shawn stopped to talk to officer Claus about his bicycle and what he carries on it.
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Schenectady police officer James Claus fist-bumps 4-year-old Shawn Fennicks on the Jay Street Pedestrian Mall Tuesday. Shawn stopped to talk to officer Claus about his bicycle and what he carries on it.

SCHENECTADY – Some of our newest photos Wednesday.

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From our Peter R. Barber, Erica Miller, Stan Hudy and Adam Shinder.

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Schenectady police officer James Claus fist-bumps 4-year-old Shawn Fennicks on the Jay Street Pedestrian Mall Tuesday. Shawn stopped to talk to officer Claus about his bicycle and what he carries on it. PETER R. BARBER/THE DAILY GAZETTE

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Destruction of the toll barrier at Exit 25A of the New York State Thruway in Rotterdam continues Tuesday PETER R. BARBER/THE DAILY GAZETTE

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Schenectady’s Denzere Woolcock makes a reception during practice Tuesday. PETER R. BARBER/THE DAILY GAZETTE

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Rodney Parker turns up the field after a handoff from quarterback Trent Randle during Tuesday’s practice at the Schalmont High School football practice field. STAN HUDY/THE DAILY GAZETTE

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Colonie Police officers on Wendell Avenue in Schenectady early Wednesday. Colonie police arrested Schenectady man there, a suspect in a Colonie attempted murder. PETER R. BARBER/THE DAILY GAZETTE

Story: Police: Schenectady brothers charged with attempted murder in Colonie car shooting

 

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Story: Wednesday morning Schenectady crash leaves utility pole suspended by wires

 

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Exterior view of the newly restored new Capital Repertory Theatre on N. Pearl Street, at a former National Biscuit Company factory, after two years of construction in Albany on Monday ERICA MILLER/THE DAILY GAZETTE

Story: Construction on Capital Repertory Theatre in Albany complete

 

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Basement level props, below the theatre seating, at the newly restored new Capital Repertory Theatre ERICA MILLER/THE DAILY GAZETTE

Story: Construction on Capital Repertory Theatre in Albany complete

 

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Philip Morris, Proctors Collaborative CEO, shows the interior view “main theatre” of the newly restored new Capital Repertory Theatre ERICA MILLER/THE DAILY GAZETTE

Story: Construction on Capital Repertory Theatre in Albany complete

 

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Stillwater’s Katelyn Koval (2) dribbles past Waterford-Halfmoon defender Carly Cordts during a girls’ soccer game on Tuesday ADAM SHINDER/THE DAILY GAZETTE

Story: Staie’s goal lifts Stillwater girls’ soccer in season-opening win

 

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Stillwater football head coach Ian Godfrey (left) speaks with offensive lineman Anthony Cocozzo during practice on Tuesday ADAM SHINDER/THE DAILY GAZETTE

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Holy Trinity’s Todd Williamson runs a play during practice Tuesday, PETER R. BARBER/THE DAILY GAZETTE

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A splash pad is planned for Wallingford Park on Congress Street in Schenectady, pictured here on Tuesday. PETER R. BARBER

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Story: Splash pad coming to Schenectady’s Wallingford Park in Mont Pleasant

 

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Tony Iadicicco of Albany places a sticker with a note on a COVID-19 mural at a tribute vigil at the Congregation Gates of Heaven in Schenectady Tuesday. PETER R. BARBER

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Story: Schenectady vigil honors region’s first COVID victim, 1,090 others

 

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One Comment

Great shots, really enjoyed the cop/kid photo.
Also, I hope the new Cap Rep seats are better thought out than the “new’ seats in Proctors. I challenge Mr. Morris to endure one hour in them.

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