What We're Reading: Reporter's Round-Up

Wednesday, February 15, 2012

See what general assignment reporter Kathleen Horan is reading today.

  • The Wall Street Journal reports that former Manhattan District Attorney Robert Morgenthau visited the statehouse in Albany Wednesday in support of a bill that encourages state agencies to purchase food from local farmers. The topic is close to him since the Morgenthau family has operated a farm in Dutchess County since 1914.

  • The New York Times reports that once welcoming Newark has evicted the Occupy Wall Street encampment at Military Park.

  • The New York Post reports on the trend started by the Upper West Side Community Board 7 to limit big chain stores via zoning rule changes is causing some retail landlords stress. The Post calls the move “Twilight Zoning”


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