Albany - After a long awaited process, city police have been cleared of any wrongdoing in the December 29, 2011 fatal shooting of Nah-Cream Moore, a 19-year old man.  Moore was gunned down by police in Albany’s South End after flashing a handgun to police during a traffic stop.  The grand jury’s decision came Wednesday.  The legal end of the case has come to an end. 

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Woodstock - A doctor was arrested this week after a federal task force, including both the FBI and DEA, raided his office in Ulster County.  62-year old Dr. Wayne Longmore is charged with prescribing thousands of painkillers to patients who paid cash and had no legitimate need for the drug.  Longmore has had his medical license suspended before. 

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Bethlehem - The Bethlehem Middle School is in the running for a national honor for its environmentalism.  The school is one of three New York schools nominated for the federal Green Ribbon schools program which recognizes schools that save energy, reduce costs, and feature environmentally sustainable learning spaces to boost education and community engagement.  Winners will be announced April 23rd in Washington.

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New Scotland - A former Albany County prosecutor faced his own charges in court yesterday for supposedly attacking his wife.  35-year old William Conboy III was charged Thursday with kicking and choking his wife in their Albany home early last year.  Conboy is a former assistant district attorney.  The alleged attack occurred on January 30th around 1:30am in the couple’s home. 

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Schenectady - A former executive secretary for the Golub Corp. was sentenced yesterday for stealing over $300,000 from the company through an employee rewards program.  53-year old Christina Pagano worked for Golub, the company that owns Price Chopper, for 35-years.  She was sentenced to 1 to 3 years in prison yesterday by a visiting county judge in Schenectady.