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    • NYPD Might Close More Hit-and-Run Cases If NYPD Investigated Hit-and-Runs (Post)
    • 88-Year-Old Motorist Kills Bed-Stuy Pedestrian; Post Takes Care to Report What Driver Wore
    • Driver Strikes Senior on West End Avenue; Victim Critical; "No Criminality" (Gothamist)
    • 70th Precinct Ticketing People for Walking Through Prospect Park at Night (DP Corner)
    • Sandy-Shuttered R Train East River Tunnel Might Reopen Ahead of Schedule (Bklyn Paper)
    • The Post Believes Bedbugs Are a Greater Threat to NYC Transit Than Climate Change
    • Lower East Side BID Presents Orchard Street Pedestrianization Plan to CB 3 (DNA)
    • Third High Line Section, Opening This Month, Will Give Visitors a Car-Free 22-Block Walk (DNA)
    • Taxi Service Exclusively for Women to Launch in NYC (NYT)
    • Crain's Op-Ed Calls for Filling in and Developing the Harlem River
    • Someone Please Ask Chuck Schumer How Many People Drivers Have Killed Since December (Post) 

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