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Vol. 10, Issue 134 • Saturday, May 14, 2005
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Students and parents at Stevenson Middle School joined police yesterday to remind motorists to slow down in the area. Chanel Reyes, right, and Karina Migotti, both eighth-graders, were among those waving at motorists along Prospect Street.
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