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Morning Brief: September 25

by Jeff Coltin
Derek Jeter

Derek Jeter, Keith Allison/flickr

Tonight will be Derek Jeter’s last game at Yankee Stadium. Or will it? No, we’re not expecting Jeter to pull a Michael Jordan and come out of retirement (twice!)—the issue right now is the weather.  Fears are drivng down ticket prices in what otherwise would be the most expensive regular season game in history. Only time will tell…

New York, New Jersey to Ramp Up Security

by Associated Press
New York harbor.

Diarlocritico de Venezuela, Flickr

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie are announcing increased security across their two states.

   The measures are being taken in the wake of increasingly active terrorist groups overseas.

   Cuomo said Wednesday they are not linked to a specific threat targeting the New York City region.

   The governors appeared at 7 World Trade Center to sign a bistate memorandum of understanding. They say it will lead to further cooperation between the two states' law enforcement agencies.

Young Migrants to NYC to Receive Legal Help

by Associated Press
New York City

City Hall, Momos/wikimedia

The New York City Council and two philanthropic foundations are setting aside $1.9 million to help unaccompanied immigrant children facing deportation.
 
The Council announced Tuesday that it is earmarking $1 million for legal representation and other services for the minors.

Morning Brief: September 22

by Jeff Coltin
High Line Park

David Berkowitz, flickr

The High Line—that creative park built on top of old elevated train lines on Manhattan’s west side—is finally done! Gothamist has some pictures of the new stretch, which goes all the way north to the 31st Street. But New York Mag warns us that even this part of the park is impermanent.

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