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Jackson Heights »

Only 1 Worker Mans NYC ID Card Station Despite People Lined Up in Snow

Only one person was working to make appointments at the Jackson Heights location. 

Jackson Heights »

NYC ID Card Appointments Backed Up to April in Spots Amid High Demand

Applicants waited on line for hours just to book appointments as far ahead as April, officials said.

Long Island City »

Study Recommends Traffic Upgrades for LIC Street Where Teen Was Killed

LaGuardia Community College launched the Thomson Avenue study after Tenzin Drudak, 16, died in 2013.

Long Island City »

De Blasio Vows Government 'With a Soul' in First State of the City Speech

The mayor promoted universal pre-K, affordable housing, and a living wage in his speech.

Long Island City »

Mysterious Rock-Throwing Burglar Breaks into LIC Buildings, Police Say

The suspect allegedly gets inside by throwing rocks through windows.

Long Island City »

Energy Tech H.S. Principal Preps Students for College and Career

The school offers a six-year program where students can earn an associates degree.

Sunnyside »

Teen Killed Riding Skateboard Next to Truck Had History of Family Tragedy

Alexander Ciszewski, 18, lost his father five years ago and saw his uncle buried Wednesday, his mom says.

Long Island City »

Library at LaGuardia Community College to Get $2 Million Makeover

The school will get capital budget funds to expand and renovate its existing library.

Long Island City »

DOT Makes Traffic Changes at Busy Intersection Where Teen was Killed

The corner of Thomson and Skillman Avenues is where Tenzin Drudak was fatally struck by a van in March.

Long Island City »

Writer Asks Queens Residents to Type Line of Poetry for Art Project

Gabriel Cabrera, the poetry editor of Newtown Literary, has collected more than 100 lines of poetry.

Long Island City »

Long Island City Community Garden Grows With New Expansion

LIC Roots Community Garden's new space includes a beehive and a rainwater harvesting system.

New York City »

Christine Quinn Wants One-Hour Cap on New Yorkers' Commutes

The mayoral front-runner wants the city to take over control of the MTA.

Long Island City »

Calls for Safety Improvements on Queens Street Where 16-Year-Old Was Killed

Leaders called for changes on Thomson Avenue in Queens, where Tenzin Drudak was struck and killed Monday.

Long Island City »

16-Year-Old Boy Killed After Van Jumps Curb Near His High School

Tenzin Drudak, 16, was killed when a minivan jumped the curb at Thomson Avenue and 30th Street.

Long Island City »

Recovery Center Aims to Help Local Businesses in Wake of Sandy

The U.S. Small Business Administration opened a business recovery center in Long Island City.

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