David Weprin

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Briarwood »

'Briarwood-Van Wyck' Subway Station Loses 'Van Wyck' Portion of Name

The station was renamed "Briarwood" after pressure from the community.

Pomonok »

Dozens Gather at Queens Vigil to Honor Slain Police Officers

The vigil was held Tuesday night at the 107th Precinct in Pomonok.

Queens Village »

Locals Ask the City to Explore Extending Queens Bike Path to Long Island

CB13 sent a letter to the DOT asking the agency to conduct a feasibility study of the project.

Jamaica »

TIMELINE: Jamaica High School's Highs and Lows Over the Past Century

Jamaica High School educated politicians, authors and filmmakers before closing this summer.

Briarwood »

Change Could Be Next Stop for 'Briarwood/Van Wyck' Subway Station Name

Briarwood residents say their station’s name — Briarwood/Van Wyck Blvd — is confusing.

Jamaica Hills »

Group Tries to Save Historic Hospital Building From Demolition

The building, designed by famed architect John Russell Pope, served patients with tuberculosis.

Midtown »

Politicians Rally to Strip MSG of Multimillion-Dollar Tax Breaks

The city has been deprived of more than $350 million in revenue over 31 years, officials said.

Financial District »

Disgruntled Commuters Ask MTA to Spend Surplus Improving Service

Disgruntled commuters want to MTA to use their $40 million surplus to improve services.

Midtown »

State Pols Square Off Over Madison Square Garden's Property Tax Exemption

The World's Most Famous Arena has not paid up to $16 million in annual taxes for 31 years.

Astoria & Long Island City »

New Immigration Center Promises Easier Naturalization for Queens Immigrants

New facility on Jackson Avenue in Long Island City opens amid promises of increased efficiency.

Manhattan »

Special Needs Programs Shut Down Following State Cuts

At least five Early Intervention programs are closing in New York City in response to state cuts.

Downtown »

Politicians Protest City's Grab for School Budget Cash

Parents and City Council Members rallied on the steps of City Hall Thursday.