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8:59 AM EDT on September 14, 2012

    • Hoylman, Espaillat, Ulrich Win Primaries; Rivera, Huntley, Meng Out (DNA 1, 2Q Courier, Post, News)
    • Family of Marilyn Dershowitz Tried in Vain to Get Prosecutors to Charge Driver for Death (Post)
    • Bloomberg on Lagging U.S. Infrastructure: "We Have Walked Away From Our Future" (CapNY)
    • Bloomberg Wants a New Health Fight; How About the Top "Accidental" Killer of NYC Kids? (CapNYPost)
    • Two Pedestrians in Critical Condition After Motorists Collide in Flatlands (NY1)
    • Motorist Crashes Into Construction Truck on Major Deegan, Killing 1 (News)
    • New Villager Column Examines Jessica Dworkin Crash; NYPD: Accidents Happen (DNA)
    • CB 1 Endorses Residential-Retail Building, Plus Parking, on McGuinness Blvd (DNA, Greenpointers)
    • Bronx Residents Get a Look at Metro-North Expansion Plans (DNA)
    • Looks Like the Post Published Half an Editorial on the MTA Funding Crisis
    • Lower East Side Gets a Life-Size Preview of Proposed Lowline Park (DNA, TransNat)
    • Vignelli: Paper Subway Maps Don't Make Sense Anymore (SAS)

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