Just about every news outlet in town did a story on those ubiquitous stickers bearing Frank Russo's smiling face following his indictment and resignation last week.
The gist: They're not going anywhere from now, and though the sticker itself says it's illegal to remove or deface it, plenty of would-be artists are lending their strokes to Russo's mug. This one, sent in by a reader, shows Mr. Russo in the next stage of his life.
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