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EoL Articles: airports
FAA to poll some airport-area residents on noise effects
The Federal Aviation Administration will survey thousands of residents living near 20 U.S.
about how airplane noise affects their lives, officials said. Read full article on NewsDAY Nassau ...
Monday, 11 May 2015
Gillibrand: $3B set for jobs in state
... for building and upgrading transportation infrastructure such as roads, bridges, and
in New York state. "I know New Yorkers are ready to get back to work," said Gillibrand, a New York Democrat. ...
Friday, 07 October 2011
Jobs plan: $7B for N.Y.
... The White House and congressional Democrats estimate that $3 billion that could flow quickly to New York would go to hiring at least 38,800 construction workers to build and upgrade highways,
Wednesday, 14 September 2011
NYC returning to normal after Irene; death toll 1
... said they were working to get the systems up and running. And the city's three major
resumed flight operations after closing over the weekend. But there was still much cleanup to be done. Bloomberg ...
Tuesday, 30 August 2011
Evacuations pushed as Irene nears
to arriving domestic and international flights beginning at noon on Saturday. Many departures also were canceled. The
are John F. Kennedy International, Newark Liberty International, ...
Saturday, 27 August 2011
Millions put in harm's way
... the harbor and rivers, along with a high tide at the end of the month because of the new moon, could cause serious flooding. New York's three
are close to the water, putting them at risk, too, ...
Friday, 26 August 2011
Baked Apple: Heat wave hits city
... miserable. The mercury in Newark, N.J., reached 108, the highest temperature recorded in the city.
near Washington and Baltimore hit 105. Philadelphia reached 104; Boston, 103; Portland, Maine, ...
Saturday, 23 July 2011
Terrorists' target is down under
... million riders on the average weekday -- more than double the number of travelers who pass through U.S.
each day. "It's really a potentially very vulnerable environment -- one that you can't totally ...
Tuesday, 19 July 2011
Key ISIS figure dies in U.S. raid
Merchant mariner Academy students show off repair skills at auto show
Kathleen Rice to Hofstra graduates: Follow your passions
Boston bomber's sentencing doesn't end the pain
The lasting mystery of the Tsarnaev brothers
Pluto's tiny moons spotted
FBI experts to examine train's windshield
SUNY Old Westbury grads praised for activism, passion for education
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