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And why didn't Scandale package Stile with lawmakers' reaction to the $2,500-an-hour jaunt, instead of putting the latter on A-3? Then, he could have referred readers to the editorial and cartoon on A-10.
Oh, I guess that pink Japanese car had to go out front.
Rabbi in the news
At the top of A-3, a Star-Ledger story errs in the lead paragraph with the phrase "Syrian Sephardic." It should be "the nation's largest community of Syrian Jews." Would the phrase "Polish Ashkenazi" mean anything to readers?
In Local, Hackensack readers looking for news will find an L-3 story on a new e-ticket system for police -- the second story recently on a department adopting the new technology.
It looks like head Assignment Editor Deirdre Sykes is intent on reporting the roll-out of e-ticket systems in every one of the 90 or so towns in the circulation area.
Who says she doesn't cover local news?
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