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Tighter security greets students in many area districts

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Class is back in session in most Capital Region school districts, and some students are returning to find upgraded security measures. One of the biggest changes is in the Broadalbin-Perth school district, where students will see more than the usual number of cops strolling down their school hallways this year, buzzers at the doors and security cameras all around. Over the summer, district officials signed contracts with the Broadalbin Village Police Department and the Fulton ...


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