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8:59 AM EDT on March 14, 2013

    • Woman Killed by Tractor-Trailer Driver in Red Hook; No Criminality Suspected (Gothamist, Bklyn Paper)
    • Bus Time Will Expand to Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens (TransNat, SAS)
    • NJ Transit Wants $1.2B in Federal Storm Aid (TransNat)
    • NYC EDC, Seth Pinsky Give Go-Ahead to Flushing Commons and Its 1,600 Parking Spots (Courier)
    • City Council Land Use Committee Approves Hudson Square Rezoning (Crain's)
    • CB 7 Committees Endorse Plan to Remove Parking From Central Park Entrance (DNA)
    • Paths in Fort Greene Park Suffer From Neglect, Group Says (DNA)
    • Julio Acevedo Indicted on Top Charge of Leaving the Scene (News)
    • MTA to Adopt Touch-Screen Kiosk Program (SAS)
    • Lhota and Other Mayoral Candidates Raise Money (NYTCapNY)
    • More People Are Moving to the Bronx Than Leaving (NYT)

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