- November 14, 2021
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TROY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — John Barber was named the head coach at Troy this past July, tabbed to replace Bob Burns after he departed for Christian Brothers Academy. Just four months later, the Flying Horses are once again looking for a new head man.
Barber confirmed to News10 he will not coach at Troy next season. Barber says he was notified at his end of the year meeting that he would not be returning after the team did not meet expectations. The Flying Horses went 1-6 in Barber’s first and only year at the helm.
Troy AD Paul Reinisch tells News10 the job will be posted, and called Barber a class act.
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ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — Members of Albany’s Community Police Review Board along with local leaders spoke Saturday morning to voters in stakeholders, calling the passage of Proposal Seven in the city a celebratory occasion.
“It feels good knowing we’re doing what the people wanted. Clearly, overwhelmingly, the people wanted this to happen,” said Paul Collins-Hackett, the secretary of the board.
UTICA, N.Y. (WUTR/WFXV/WPNY) – Eyewitness News Reporter Lauren Brill spoke more with Utica Police Department’s Sergeant Michael Curley in regard to the events surrounding last night’s false Amber Alert and it turns out the entire story was fabricated by the teen herself and the two family members that initially reported her missing.
“There was never a vehicle involved. There was never two individuals that exited a vehicle to accost this individual. She never entered into a vehicle. The vehicle never fled in a particular direction. So, we are still trying to determine the ethology of how this story came about. But we do know that it was a concocted story amongst the three, and at not point, including the general public, was anyone placed in any danger during this entire investigation.” – Sergeant Michael Curley, Utica Police Department
ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) – On Saturday, around 7:50 p.m., police responded to a report of a shooting on the 100 block of Allen Street and Manning Boulevard. Police say officers located two victims that had sustained non-life threaten gunshot wounds.
Police said both victims were transported to Albany Medical Center Hospital where they are being treated for their injuries. No further information is available by the police at this time.