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8:59 AM EDT on March 21, 2012

    • Republican Storobin Up in Recount-Bound Race for Kruger's Senate Seat (NYT)
    • Firefighter Biking to Work Saves Woman in Hudson (News)
    • Yassky Confirms Borough Taxis Will Have Same Fares as Yellow Cabs (Post)
    • For 100th Birthday, Grand Central Is Getting a Facelift (DNAinfo)
    • Cupid's Arrow Newest Weapon for G Train Defenders (Bklyn Paper)
    • Thruway Chief Speaks for Hour On Tappan Zee, Doesn't Say Anything (LoHud)
    • Metro-North Makes Quiet Cars Permanent Feature (News)
    • We Wouldn't Mind Bloomberg Cribbing Congestion Pricing, Density From Singapore (NYT)
    • Reminder: New York Is Still Building New Interstates (Watertown Daily Times)

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