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Monday, July 16, 2018

Rush to redemption: Gov. demands special state Senate session to vote on speed-camera bill, slams GOP for inaction

Politics: State Senators must return to the capital for a special session to vote on a bill to double the number of speed cameras allowed citywide before the current camera program expires on July 25, Gov. Cuomo announced on Friday. Comments (5)

Road to riches: Mytle Ave. entrepreneurs brace for flush future with opening of plaza

Clinton Hill: Clinton Hill business owners are hoping last month’s long-awaited debut of an inviting pedestrian plaza along Myrtle Avenue will jump-start commerce on the stretch, after roughly four years of construction slowed sales at many stores, and forced some to close their doors altogether, according to one shopkeep. Comment
Downtown: A man shot two pedestrians on Fulton Mall after whipping out a gun on another guy he also shot amid a Friday the 13th fracas on the commercial strip in broad daylight, witnesses said. Comments (6)

Clones top Crosscutters

The Ride: Our boys scored early and never looked back. Comment

City program offers homeowners free deck inspections with grace period for repairs

Development: Department of Buildings leaders today kicked off a weeks-long program offering free, no-penalty inspections of homeowners’ decks, porches, and retaining walls in an effort to shore up any suspicious structures and avoid dangerous collapses. Comment
Music: This band is old and new and something blues! Comment

Sunday, July 15, 2018

Vargas delivers as Cyclones win again

The Ride: The Met hurler, making his second rehab start for Brooklyn, went six strong innings. Comment

How to win at soccer without really trying

Rhymes with Crazy: Here’s a hint: Let the kids play by themselves! Comment

Saturday, July 14, 2018

Cyclones squeak one out in the ninth

The Ride: Sloppy play by the Ironbirds allowed the Cyclones to come back from a 2–1 deficit in the ninth. Comment

Weekend Reads: Booksellers give us their recommendations

Books: Brooklyn booksellers give their top picks. Comment

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