5 things to know this Tuesday, December 7

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ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) – Jill Szwed says the cold is back in her daily weather report. Today’s five things to know features two water main breaks, a new Siena poll getting released this morning, and a woman getting stabbed in the neck during a robbery.

1. South Swan Street in Albany still closed due to water main break

South Swan Street between Jay Street and Lancaster Street in Albany is still closed as crews are still repairing a water main break that happened yesterday.

South Swan Street in Albany closed due to water main break, delays expected

2. Water main break and boil water advisory in Gloversville

A boil water advisory is in effect for the entire City of Gloverville because of a water main break that has caused two streets to close.

Water main break causes boil water advisory in Gloversville, Kingsboro Ave and East 11 Ave closed

3. New Siena Poll released today

Siena released a new poll today about the Governor’s race, Kathy Hochul, Build Back Better Act, and what the 2022 priority should be for Governor and Legislature.

Siena Poll: Hochul continues to grow lead

4. Amsterdam woman stabs person in the neck during burglary

A person sustained serious injuries during a burglary where the victim was stabbed in the neck.

Amsterdam woman accused of stabbing person in neck during burglary

5. Tickets on presale now for the first-ever Lake George Ice Castles attraction

Tickets on presale now for the first-ever Lake George Ice Castles attraction

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