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Moderate to Heavy Snow @ Times to Continue Through the Evening

Narrow bands of moderate to heavy snow continue to evolve across the region in response to the storm developing to our south.  Expect periods of 1" to occasionally 2" per hour snowfall rates through 8-10pm with snowfall becoming lighter and more intermittent through the pre-dawn hours on Thursday. Poor to difficult travel conditions in low visibility and snow packed roads will persist well into the night.  Click Here for the CBS6 Weather Forecast Page


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Capital Region Remembers 9/11

Among the many memorial services held on the twelfth anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks on the U.S., the one in Glenville at the Water's Edge Lighthouse restaurant featured the end of a process that has been going on since the day of the attacks. It's a process of healing that has allowed a local man to feel as though his life has almost returned to normal.

 For Steven Cafiero, the passage of time and the revelation of details about the attacks has led to a final version of a poem he wrote about the attacks and the loss of his son, Steven Cafiero, Jr., in those attacks. He was 31 years old.

 "It took me twelve years," he says. "It was my therapy."

The finished poem has, by Cafiero's design, a metre he likens to that of "The Night Before Christmas". Most of the lines have either nine or eleven syllables - a few have ten.

The ceremony featured speeches from several elected officials and the singing of the national anthem. The property features a memorial built in part from steel girders that were salvaged from the pile of debris at the World Trade Center site.


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