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    • James McCloskey, 71, Dies From Injuries After Driver Hits Brooklyn Bus Shelter (NewsWCBS)
    • Family of 14-Year-Old Injured in Fourth Avenue Hit-and-Run Decides to Leave Bay Ridge (Bklyn Daily)
    • CM Donovan Richards, CB 14, Neighbors Want Safer Crossings on Rockaway Beach Boulevard (News)
    • Red Hook Residents Want Bike-Share, Light Rail, More Buses (DNA)
    • Turns Out Brooklyn DA Charles Hynes May Actually Run as Republican After Primary Defeat (NYT)
    • De Blasio Endorser Cuomo Says Lhota Did "Good Job" as MTA Chair (TUYNN)
    • Straphangers: R Train Has Least Audible Announcements; L and Q Lines Clearest (NewsTimes Ledger)
    • State, Amtrak Racing to Meet Federal Deadline for Short-Haul Subsidy Agreement (TU)
    • New Greenstreet Garden Proposed for Greenpoint Near BQE This Fall (DNA)
    • 24-Story Hotel Planned for AirTrain Site in Jamaica (Crain's, DNA, Times Ledger)
    • Meet the Williamsburg Bridge's Own Bike Mechanic (Animal)

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