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Stories for December 2006

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Friday, December 29

Thursday, December 28

Wednesday, December 27

Tuesday, December 26

Friday, December 22

Happy Holidays

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Thursday, December 21

Wednesday, December 20

Albany Airport Gallery

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Tuesday, December 19

Monday, December 18

Saturday, December 16

Friday, December 15

Wednesday, December 13

The Brothers' cornerstone

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Eagles enter win column

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Christopher Porco begins serving 50-year sentence

Christopher Porco is now one of more than 63,000 prisoners in the state prison system in New York and one of the nearly 23,000 prisoners housed in the 16 maximum-security prisons for men in the state.

Tuesday, December 12

Christopher Porco gets 50 years to life

Christopher Porco has been sentenced today to 50 years to life for the murder of his father, Peter, and the attempted murder of his mother, Joan

Christopher Porco gets maximum sentence; Convicted killer speaks for the first time

Judge Jeffrey Berry handed out the maximum sentence on one count of murder and one count of attempted murder against 24-year old Christopher Porco for killing his father Peter and severely injuring his mother Joan.

Porco to be sentenced today

Sentencing for Delmar resident Christopher Porco will take place at 2 p.m. today in Albany County Judicial Center. An Orange County jury convicted Porco in August of murdering his father, Peter Porco, and attempting to murder his mother, Joan, in their Delmar home in November 2004.

Christopher Porco to be sentenced today

Sentencing for Delmar resident Christopher Porco will take place at 2 p.m. today in Albany County Judicial Center.

Monday, December 11

Porco to be sentenced Dec. 12

Sentencing for Delmar resident Christopher Porco will take place 2 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 12, in Albany C

Sunday, December 10

Saturday, December 9

Defense tries to block victim's statement at Porco sentencing

Battle lines are being drawn in the sand between the defense team for convicted murderer Christopher Porco and the Albany County District Attorney's office.

Seeking superheroes

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Friday, December 8

Thursday, December 7

Our new feature

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Wednesday, December 6

A wonderful adaptation

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Mohon strikes first

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Raiders start strong

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