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Troy police are investigating shots fired near 2nd and Tyler Street

ALBANY, NY (NEWS10) — While some prepare their turkey dinner tonight, others celebrate Thanksgiving Eve. The night has gained a reputation associated with drinking, and police departments are adding extra DWI patrols.

Restaurants and bars that are still recovering from pandemic restrictions are enjoying the business, but owners want repeat customers.

“This is a great opportunity for downtown Albany to show that we want people to come and enjoy the nightlife here, but allow people to do it responsibly,” said Dominick Purnomo, who owns Yono’s.

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