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Today’s Headlines

8:49 AM EDT on June 12, 2017

    • Hit-and-Run Driver Kills Daniel Nelson, 59, in Tottenville (Advance, News)
    • Cuomo Hasn't Ruled Out Appointing Enforcer Larry Schwartz as MTA Chair (NYT)
    • NJ Transit Releases Altered Summer Schedule (NYT, AMNY)
    • Cuomo Prepares for Penn Station Disruptions With Expedited Road Work (News, NY1)
    • Planning Commission Approves East Midtown Rezoning (DNA)
    • TWU's BQX Endorsement a Pleasant Surprise to Team de Blasio (News)
    • Motivate Still Working on How to Get Citi Bikes Where They Need to Be (AMNY)
    • De Blasio Says City Will Soon Decide Whether to Back Queensway (DNA)
    • Daily News Encourages Trump to Take Charge of Gateway "Boondoggle"
    • Spox Describes Alternate-Reality MTA Where Riders Get Timely Info on Delays (Post)
    • What "The Victim's Injuries Were Not Life-Threatening" Really Means (Post)

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