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Cellphones a lifeline for domestic abuse victims

Stillwater Police Sergeant Ray Cordani speaks on Wednesday morning at an event to raise awareness about domestic violence. To help victims of domestic violence the town collects cellphones that can make emergency calls.
Stillwater Police Sergeant Ray Cordani speaks on Wednesday morning at an event to raise awareness about domestic violence. To help victims of domestic violence the town collects cellphones that can make emergency calls.
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On Tuesday, Nancy McCormack was in Schenectady County Court to see a man sentenced to 45 years in prison for murdering two of her relatives, one of them his ex-girlfriend. On Wednesday morning, the Mechanicville woman watched at Stillwater Town Hall as Saratoga County officials promoted the donation of old cellphones for use by domestic violence victims. “I had two women come up to me [on Tuesday] and say, ‘I was a domestic violence victim, ...


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