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All our new headlines for Tuesday, April 21

All our new headlines for Tuesday, April 21

All our new headlines for Tuesday, April 21

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  1. News COVID-19: Schenectady - Hospitals can resume elective outpatient procedures amid COVID-19, Cuomo says, but not in Albany County 
  2. News COVID-19: Schenectady - Drive-thru food distribution set for SUNY Schenectady parking lot Wednesday amid COVID-19 pandemic
  3. News COVID-19: State - Cuomo calls for societal changes in wake of COVID-19
  4. News COVID-19: Region - After rocky rollout, antibody testing begins - officially - in Capital Region
  5. News: COVID-19: Schenectady - Schenectady mother, son grow closer as they remake home life for school amid COVID-19 shutdown
  6. News COVID-19: Amsterdam - Amsterdam announces details for food distribution event amid COVID-19 crisis
  7. News COVID-19: Schenectady - Foss: Schenectady Urban Farm expanding its reach; Surge in interrest seen amid COVID-19
  8. News COVID-19: Schenectady - SUNY Schenectady suspends commencement ceremony over COVID-19
  9. News COVID-19: Region - Capital Region COVID-19 tracker by county for Tuesday, April 21
  10. News COVID-19: State - Gov. Andrew Cuomo's coronavirus press conference for Tuesday, April 21
  11. News: Scotia - Scotia Police: Man dies in early Tuesday fire
  12. News: Colonie - Police: Miami man traveled to Colonie to rape underage teen
  13. News: Saratoga Springs - Magnolias are opening - Saratoga woman makes a map to help you find them
  14. Life&Arts COVID-19: Schenectady - #SchenectadyStrong2020 part of local social media groups bringing people together
  15. Life&Arts COVID-19: SPAC - Dead & Company cancels tour, including SPAC date, due to COVID-19 pandemic: 'We will survive'
  16. Sports: Rotterdam - Rotterdam's Kuhlkin elected to USBC Board
  17. Opinion COVID-19: Editorial - Now is not the time to back off our safety practices amid COVID-19
  18. Opinion: Letters - Letters to the Editor for Tuesday, April 21

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All our headlines for Monday

  1. News COVID-19: Region - COVID-19 antibody testing starts in Schenectady, elsewhere, but some eyebrows raised with process
  2. News: COVID-19: State - Cuomo: State to begin widespread antibody testing; COVID-19 deaths, hospitalizations per day continue decrease
  3. News COVID-19: Region - New Burnt Hills parents' joyful time giving birth at Niskayuna's Bellevue clouded by COVID-19 crisis
  4. News COVID-19: Schenectady - Street Soldiers continue to mobilize in Schenectady in COVID-19 response
  5. News COVID-19: Region - Big data from RPI says local COVID-19 cases could peak at end of May if social distancing remains
  6. News COVID-19: Region - Capital Region COVID-19 tracker by county for Monday, April 20
  7. News COVID-19: State - Gov. Andrew Cuomo's coronavirus press conference for Monday, April 20
  8. News: Schenectady - Lawsuit filed in fatal 2013 Schenectady arson investigation dismissed; Man initially arrested sought damages
  9. News: World - At least 16 killed in shooting rampage in Nova Scotia
  10. Galleries: Schenectady - Scrapbook: April 1979 in Schenectady, Clifton Park and Burnt Hills
  11. Galleries: Niskayuna - Images: Birthday parade for 9-year-old Niskayuna boy
  12. Sports COVID-19: Queensbury - MacAdam: Queensbury physician's quest for 50 Boston Marathons on hold due to COVID-19 pandemic
  13. Sports: Siena - Siena men's basketball lands commitment from Pepperdine transfer Stormo
  14. Opinion COVID-19: High Notes - Free legal help, first aid kits, fries amid COVID-19
  15. Opinion: Letters - Letters to the Editor for Monday, April 20

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