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Bosh finally getting some notice

Toronto's fourth-year player respected around the league

Sunday, February 25, 2007,   Page: C8

From the recognition by the fans to the praise from his peers, it's clear Chris Bosh is heading into superstar status.
Already a good player, Bosh is now getting the attention he formerly missed while playing in Toronto because his team is finally winning. A strong finish to the season's first half gave the Raptors control of the Atlantic Division. Fans took notice, surprising even Bosh himself by voting the power forward to start the All-Star Ggame over the Pacers' Jermaine O'Neal. Bosh...

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Albany arson probe nets suspect

Resident is accused of burning his own home; officials say the incident isn't linked to other blazes

Thursday, June 9, 2005,   Page: B1

ALBANY - A 45-year-old man has been accused of burning his own home, becoming the latest suspect arrested as a multi-agency task force investigates nine seemingly unrelated arson fires.
Homer Bosh was held without bail Wednesday at the county jail on charges of setting his First Street residence on fire. He is not a suspect in any other blaze since the investigation of a series of fires began in late April, city officials said. Bosh appeared upset at the loss of his home at 62 First St. a...

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MAN CHARGED WITH KILLING FRIEND'S BABY

Wednesday, July 20, 1988,   Page: B1

A Newburgh man was arrested and charged Tuesday with killing a 10- month-old baby boy and attempting to murder the boy's 5-year- old sister at their apartment in the Edwin Corning Homes late last week, Albany police said.
Police identified Alfred Hardy, 34, of 153 Chamber St. as the boyfriend of the two children's mother. Hardy was charged with one count of second-degree murder in connection with the stabbing death early Friday morning of 10-month-old Samuel Gist. He also faces one count...

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6-YEAR-OLD TESTIFIES AT BABY-MURDER TRIAL CHILD IDENTIFIES MAN WHO HURT HER

Friday, September 29, 1989,   Page: B2

Seated in a child's chair and speaking softly into a microphone, a 6- year-old girl pointed out her attacker in court Thursday and told the jury how he hurt her.
It was the night of July 14, 1988, and defendant Alfred Hardy took the girl into what the child described as a park in the back of a housing project on Brady Avenue in Albany. "What happened then?" asked Assistant District Attorney Veronica Dumas.
A hush fell over the packed Albany County courtroom, and the eight men and four...

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SUSPECT HUNTED IN FATAL STABBING OF ALBANY TODDLER

Saturday, July 16, 1988,   Page: B1

Police are searching for the killer of a 10-month-old boy who died Friday after being stabbed in the head at the Edwin Corning homes in North Albany. His 5-year-old sister remained hospitalized, the victim of an apparent sexual assault.
A neighbor who knew the children said their mother, Sandy Bosh, had left them alone late Thursday night after all three had spent the day with her. "Sandy was at my house all day yesterday with her kids," said Leslie Paul. "Sam was trying to walk and Sanne...

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MOM IN MURDER TRIAL SAYS SHE LEFT KIDS ALONE

Tuesday, October 3, 1989,   Page: B2

In contrast to what her daughter had said, Sandy
Bosh testified Monday that her children were alone in the apartment the night her son was murdered and daughter sexually molested. The 26-year-old mother took the stand as a defense witness in the trial of her former boyfriend, Alfred Hardy, 35, of Newburgh. Hardy is charged with two counts of second- degree murder in the July 14, 1988, death of 10- month- old Samuel Gist, who died after a steak knife was plunged in his head, and two counts...

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MAN DENIES KILLING BABY OF GIRLFRIEND

Thursday, July 21, 1988,   Page: B1

Alfred Hardy of Newburgh, accused of a violent attack on two children last week, pleaded not guilty to second-degree murder and attempted second- degree murder charges Wednesday in Police Court and was ordered held in the Albany County Jail without bail.
Justice Thomas W. Keegan ordered a psychiatric examination for Hardy, 34, and scheduled a preliminary hearing for July 28. Hardy was arrested Tuesday at the Edwin Corning Homes on Brady Avenue, near the apartment where the two children were...

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Bosh-Lunday, Lottie L.

Thursday, December 4, 2008,   Page: D7

ALBANY Lottie L. Bosh-Lunday, 70, passed away peacefully on Saturday, November 29, 2008. Lottie was born on February 14, 1938 in Glen, Ga. and was the daughter of the late Otis and Effie Bosh. She was the wife of the late James F. Lunday Sr. Lottie retired from Rensselaer County ARC in Troy after 30 years of service. She leaves to cherish her memory five children, Darrell Sharpe of Boston, Mass., Sharon (Dennis) Murray, James F. Lunday Jr., Bonnie Lunday, Gwyn (Levon) Flowers and Mazell Lunday-S...

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Bosh-Lunday, Lottie L.

Wednesday, December 3, 2008,   Page: D7

ALBANY Lottie L. Bosh-Lunday, 70, passed away peacefully on Saturday, November 29, 2008. Lottie was born on February 14, 1938 in Glen, Ga. and was the daughter of the late Otis and Effie Bosh. She was the wife of the late James F. Lunday Sr. Lottie retired from Rensselaer County ARC in Troy after 30 years of service. She leaves to cherish her memory five children, Darrell Sharpe of Boston, Mass., Sharon (Dennis) Murray, James F. Lunday Jr., Bonnie Lunday, Gwyn (Levon) Flowers and Mazell Lunday-S...

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BOSHER, FRANCES M.

Monday, March 27, 2006,   Page: B4

SCOTIA, N.Y. -- Frances M. Bosher, 95, formerly of Vly Road, died Saturday morning, March 25, 2006 at Glendale Home. Born in Schenectady, N.Y., she was the daughter of the late Frank and Anna (Jestadt) Banasczek and a graduate of St. Joseph's Academy and Albany Beauty and Business Schools. A homemaker, Frances also had worked for the G.E. during World War II. She was a member of the Church of the Immaculate Conception in Glenville and a former member of St. Joseph's Church in Scotia. Frances...

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Man acquitted in house fire case

Homer Bosh, 47, had faced arson charge after his Albany home burned

Friday, November 10, 2006,   Page: B8

ALBANY - Businessman Homer Bosh raised both arms to heaven and screamed his thanks to God after an Albany County jury cleared him of charges he had burned down his own house last year.
"He burst out crying. He was ecstatic," said Bosh's lawyer, Gaspar Castillo. "I believed him from the beginning when he professed his innocence." Bosh, 47, has denied any role in the April 29, 2005, fire that destroyed his 62 First St. home. The fire was memorable not only because it came amid a rash of city a...

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ALBANY WOMAN CHARGED WITH CHILD ENDANGERMENT

Wednesday, June 7, 1989,   Page: B2

The 26-year-old mother of an infant who was killed last summer and a young girl who was beaten and sexually assaulted was charged Tuesday with child endangerment for leaving the children unattended in a city apartment.
Sandy Bosh, of 635 South Pearl St., pleaded not guilty during an arraignment before Albany County Judge John G. Turner Jr. to two counts of endangering the welfare of a child, a class A misdemeanor. She was released on her own recognizance and was ordered by the court not t...

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Bosh-Lunday, Lottie L.

Tuesday, December 23, 2008,   Page: D8

BOSH-LUNDAY Lottie L. The family of the late Lottie L. Bosh-Lunday would like to give our sincere thanks and gratitude to our many friends and family for their love and support, for all cards, flowers, calls, visits and food extended to our family during this most difficult time. Special thanks Newcomer-Cannon Funeral Home and Reverend McKinley Johnson. With heart-felt thanks. Love Bosh-Lunday Family

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INEZ (KIMBLE) BOSH

Thursday, June 11, 1998,   Page: B10

ALBANY -- Inez (Kimble) Bosh of Albany, NY, formerly of Ashland, Alabama, died June 8, 1998. Retired from the Albany City School District as a Teacher Aide. Wife of the late Homer Bosh, Sr. and the late Raymond Kimble. Survivors include eight children, Nona Fay Mitchell of Florida, Evelyn Miller, Charles Kimble, Homer Bosh, Vanessa Howard and Sandy Bosh, all of Albany, Renda Kimble and Patricia Mallory, both of New Hampshire; also survived by 18 grandchildren, eight great grandchildren, several...

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Nets heading for Cleveland

Kidd, Jefferson help show Raptors the door

Saturday, May 5, 2007,   Page: C6

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. - The Nets were challenged at home for the first time in this series and they rose to the challenge when it mattered.
And now it's on to Cleveland for Round 2. After an unimpressive first half Friday night, when it appeared they could be on their way back to Toronto for a Game 7, the Nets rode Jason Kidd's will in the final two quarters, and the clutch play of Richard Jefferson with the game in the balance.
Jefferson scored the go-ahead basket with 8.3 seconds le...

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