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By CLIF GARBODEN  |  February 13, 2008

SECOND PLACE — The Boston Phoenix
Business Reporting
Former staffer Camille Dodero for “Fatal Attraction,” a profile of death-obsessed Allston retailers Julie Carter and Troy Schoeller (December 15, 2006).

Personality Photo Freelancer Kelly Davidson for her HumanWine music-section cover (March 30, 2007).

SECOND PLACE — The Portland Phoenix
Government Reporting Managing Editor Jeff Inglis for “State: One Santa Okay; Another No Way,” a report on the state of Maine censoring graphics on beer-bottle labels (December 8, 2006).

Racial/Ethnic Reporting Writing-project student contributors Ali Mohammed, Aruna Kenyi, and Kahiye Hassan for “I’m Done Killing Hyenas,” a collection of excerpts from first-person accounts by young immigrants (May 4, 2007).

General News Former staffer Sara Donnelly for “Unvarnished,” an on-the-road account of a Brookings Institution fact-finding study of Maine’s economy (September 29, 2006).

THIRD PLACE — The Boston Phoenix
General News Story
Freelancer and WBUR reporter-commentator David Boeri for “We Found Whitey Bulger and He’s Still Missing,” an investigation of the FBI’s inability to locate the infamous Southie thug (January 5, 2007).

Personality Photo Freelancer Kelly Davidson for her “Best” supplement photo of the staff of the Middle East (April 20, 2007).

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