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    • Bronx Boss Heastie the Clear Frontrunner in Assembly Speaker Race (Post)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Who Killed Satmar Couple in 2013 Facing a Long Sentence (News)
    • Forecast: Uninterrupted MTA Service With a Chance of Sneckdowns (NYT)
    • WNYC: Even in the Worst Snow, MTA Could Run Service to More Than Half the Subway System
    • Where Do Green Cabs Go, and Where Don't They? (DNA)
    • Gelinas: Cuomo's LGA AirTrain Like Building a Rooftop Pool on a Creaky 100-Year-Old House (Post)
    • Danny Dromm Makes His Case for Community Board Term Limits (QChron)
    • Pedestrian Seriously Injured By Bus Driver on the Bowery Friday (Gothamist)
    • "Upper West Siders Love Their Parking Spaces," Except for the 76% Who Don't Own Cars (DNA)
    • Dame Helen Mirren Rides the Subway With Class (Gothamist)
    • After 13-Year Hiatus, Streetsblog Founding Editor Aaron Naparstek Returns to "Talk of the Town" (NYer)

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