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8:56 AM EDT on August 28, 2014

    • Top Astorino Aide and Conservative Party Big Resigns County Job After DWI Crash (News, LoHud)
    • She Complained About His Driving, So He Mowed Her Down and Fled; Now He's Under Arrest (News)
    • Driver Injures Man Walking at 116th and Amsterdam (Spectator)
    • City Breaks Ground on Next Phase of Fordham Plaza Construction at Transit Hub (NY1News 12)
    • Stapleton Residents Fed Up With Tractor-Trailers on Hilly Residential Streets (Advance)
    • MTA Panel Issues Safety Recommendations in Wake of MNR Crash (News, LoHud, WCBS)
    • 2nd Avenue Sagas Unimpressed With $1 Billion "Nicer Waiting Room for Amtrak"
    • Effort to Subject Port Authority to Open Records Laws Stalled in NJ Legislature (MTR)
    • Advance on Capital Plan: MTA Thinks "Transit of Any Kind on Staten Island Is... A Waste of Money"
    • Van Bramer Secures Speed Humps Near School, Heaps Praise on Trottenberg (News)
    • Bicycling Is the Best Way to Get Around NYC, Says Thrillist

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