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Jamaica Center

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  • TRANSIT UPDATE: Most Commuter Rails Restored, More Subway Service, Holland Tunnel Opened For Buses

    TRANSIT UPDATE: Most Commuter Rails Restored, More Subway Service, Holland Tunnel Opened For Buses
    ***Governor Cuomo announced Wednesday night that MTA fares for rail, subway and buses will be waived both Thursday and Friday.*** Metro North **October monthly passes are valid through Monday, November 5** Limited commuter rail service has been...
  • TIPS AND RESOURCES: Coping with Sandy's Aftermath

    TIPS AND RESOURCES: Coping with Sandy's Aftermath
    Hurricane Sandy may have left the area, but her effects are still being felt in the tri-state area. Here are some helpful resources and tips to keep in mind: NEED TO KNOW Gov. Cuomo announced Thursday that, starting Friday, New Yorkers whose homes or...
  • 4-Alarm Fire Burning In Queens; Subway Service Suspended

    4-Alarm Fire Burning In Queens; Subway Service Suspended
    A raging fire in Richmond Hill, Queens, is now affecting subway service. The 4-alarm blaze broke out around 5:45 p.m. on Jamaica Ave. near 112th St., consuming a series of row stores. Only one injury was reported, according to fire officials, but it...
  • Poetic Justice: Author Tracie Morris Reads at Wesleyan University's Russell House in Middletown on Nov. 16

    Poetic Justice: Author Tracie Morris Reads at Wesleyan University's Russell House in Middletown on Nov. 16
    As part of the Writing at Wesleyan series, poet Tracie Morris (pictured) will read from her newest collection, TDJ: To Do w/ John. In addition to her work in poetry, Morris has worked in other areas, such as sound art and multimedia performance. Her...
  • Protests Against The MTA Continue In Effort To Save Student MetroCards

    Protests Against The MTA Continue In Effort To Save Student MetroCards
    New York Public Advocate Bill de Blasio and UFT President Michael Mulgrew are set to hold several informational rallies throughout the city Thursday to protest the MTA's plan to eliminate free student MetroCards. Public Advocate de Blasio's flyers asks...