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  • Wednesday's notes

     
    -- Mariano Rivera is penciled in to throw his first bullpen of the spring Thursday. Girardi said he aims for Rivera to pitch in a game around March 17-18. -- Jorge Posada threw again Wednesday, and could catch a game......
  • Santana back on grid

     
    Johan Santana is back from limbo. Spared a trip back to New York for more tests on his left elbow, Santana is now on a regular schedule, at least according to the sheet of paper posted on the clubhouse wall:......
  • Mets-Bosox on sale Friday; individual tix March 15

     
    The Mets will sell tickets to the April 3 and 4 exhibition games against the Red Sox starting at 10 a.m. Friday, and individual game tickets for April and May starting at 10 a.m. March 15. Click below for the......
  • Marlins Stadium Update No. 3192009 (I told you PENCIL)

     
    The Miami City Commission won???t vote this Friday on a new ballpark for the Marlins, but has again rescheduled its meeting ??? this time until March 19. The new delay, which comes as tempers have flared between the city and......
  • Rep. Steve Israel: '...the opportunities that may come'

     
    Is Rep. Steve Israel starting to run for Senator against U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, for whom he was passed up by Gov. David Paterson? Could he be angling now for governor with Paterson looking vulnerable? Is he just trying......
  • Ballots are in the mail in high-stakes LI bus union vote

     
    Ballots sent to members of Amalgamated Transit Union Local 1181, which represents school bus and paratransit staff at companies around Long Island and New York City, are due to have arrived in the mail by today. The vote, while......
  • Chamber offers congratulations to winning candidates despite differences

     
    The Greater Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce campaigned hard for Councilman M.J. "Mike" Arts and attorney Mitchell Fogel. In the end, both candidates lost. But chamber President Troy McLellan, pictured, is ready to move beyond the campaign, which became...
  • Another Paterson aide from LI departs amid shakeup

     
    Describing what sounds like the latest Paterson appointment to have not worked out as planned, James T. Madore tells us that Dr. Jon R. Cohen, Gov. David A. Paterson???s top policy adviser has resigned to become an executive at......
  • Another record threatened in Baltimore

     
    The overnight low at BWI-Marshall this morning was a balmy (for March) 60 degrees, just after midnight. Temperatures have been rising ever since, and will take a long time falling tonight. That puts another record at risk.This time it's the......
  • Temperature marches higher

     
    From the record low of 10 degrees reached on Monday, the mercury at BWI-Marshall is headed for a balmy 73 degrees in sunshine by Sunday. If the forecast from Sterling holds up, it will be the highest temperature reading at......
  • Madoff headed to hellish jail, SEC still in doghouse

     
    Disgraced financier Bernard Madoff enters a federal court in New York City on March 12, 2009. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images) by Frank James Physicians get to bury their mistakes, it's said. And federal regulators get to see theirs......