Some of you may have noticed that your New York Times was a bit lighter yesterday. That’s because the Metro section is no more! In an effort to reduce costs (is there any other sort of effort these days?) the Metro Section has been combined with the A1 section — apparently unlike the Washington Post local New York City news does not merit its own section. Alas. So what say you FBNY readers?
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