BostonGlobe.com Headlines - September 17, 2014 September 18, 2014 Here are highlights from today's Globe: Two New York ad men capture Boston’s attention: The head-turning irreverence of the campaigns by Sal DeVito and Ellis Verdi seems to appeal to Boston sensibilities. Taryn Luna reports. Gambling panel’s decision spells end for Suffolk Downs races: Officials at the race track announced their intention to wind down operations in response to the panel’s decision. Nestor Ramos, Michael Levenson and Travis Andersen detail the latest. State panel selects Wynn casino over plan for Revere: The state gambling commission chose the Everett casino over a proposal in Revere for the Boston-area license. Mark Arsenault reports. Finding cause of death for 3 Blackstone infants difficult: Working with little more than skeletal remains, the state medical examiner faces a significant challenge. Milton J. Valencia details the story. Martha Coakley tries to close cash gap: Gubernatorial candidate Charlie Baker has a nearly 11-to-1 cash advantage over Democratic rival Martha Coakley. David Scharfenberg reports. Governor Patrick should elevate his game: The outgoing governor should put down the cudgel and confine himself to making a positive, high-minded case for his favored candidate. Scot Lehigh details the latest. Bristol County DA overboard on climate change: Sam Sutter went way beyond the ethical bounds of prosecutorial discretion. Jeff Jacoby details the story.