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Ready for growth, if funding allows
Queens Chronicle, by Cristina Schreil, April 16, 2015

Harsh Winter to Dampen Dunkin’ Donuts Earnings?
Zacks Equity Research , April 14, 2015

Read it & weep: New York City next to last in state library hours
New York Post, by Carl Campanile, April 10, 2015

Report: NYC libraries operating hours not long enough
San Francisco Chronicle, April 10, 2015

Report: NYC libraries open less than others in state
amNY, by Stephanie Grella, April 09, 2015

Library Hours Ranked in 10 Biggest Cities
Next City, by Marielle Mondon, April 09, 2015

New York City libraries open fewer hours than anywhere else in state: report
New York Daily News, by Erin Durkin, April 09, 2015

Report Says Libraries Should Be Open More; Libraries Agree
Wall Street Journal, by Sophia Hollander, April 09, 2015

NYC Libraries Are Falling Apart
Gothamist, by Emma Whitford, April 08, 2015

Crumbling Gas Lines: Not Just a New York Problem
Public Service News, by Derek Hawkins, April 08, 2015

The Deep, Dangerous Problems Of America’s Aging Gas Infrastructure
Co.Exist, by Jessica Leber, April 01, 2015

Council Members Aim Help at Parents Returning to Workforce
Gotham Gazette, by Samar Khurshid, March 31, 2015

Investigators now focusing on cause of E. Village blast after bodies recovered
New York Business Journal, by Ben Fischer, March 30, 2015

In wake of explosion, new scrutiny of city’s gas lines
Capital New York, by David Giambusso , March 30, 2015

Queens Library seeks public funding
Queens Ledger, by Sadef Ali Kully, March 29, 2015

East Village explosion underscores city’s infrastructure woes
Crain's New York Business, by Joe Anuta, March 29, 2015

Injuries as buildings collapse after blast at New York’s East Village
CNN, by Ray Sanchez, March 27, 2015

East Village explosion highlights need to fix aging infrastructure
Crain's New York Business, by Joe Anuta, March 27, 2015

More than ever, New York City drives the state
New York Business Journal, by Mike Hendricks, March 27, 2015

Six scary facts about New York City’s ancient gas lines
Fusion, by Rob Wile, March 26, 2015

Blacks, Hispanics a third of New York’s low-income working families
New York Amsterdam News, by Stephon Johnson, March 26, 2015

Explosion Rocks New York’s East Village, Several Injuries Reported
WNEP, March 26, 2015

NYC’s share of private sector jobs growing
Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, by Matthew Daneman, March 23, 2015

Think tank pushes for a bigger slice of the state funding pie for NYC
New York Business Journal, by Mike Hendricks, March 20, 2015

New York state’s private-sector job growth over past decade driven almost entirely by NYC
New York Business Journal, March 20, 2015

Report: NYC Public Libraries In Poor Physical Shape
CBS New York, March 20, 2015

Report: Crumbling NYC libraries need massive investment
Brooklyn Daily Eagle, by Mary Frost, March 20, 2015

Report: New York Public Libraries in Dismal Shape
Wall Street Journal, by Jennifer Maloney, March 20, 2015

Libraries report outlines maintenance crisis
Capital New York, by Gloria Pazmino , March 20, 2015

NYC accounts for 88% of new jobs in New York
New York Post, by Leonard Greene, March 20, 2015

Nearly 90% of state’s job growth was in NYC
Crain's New York Business, by Yoona Ha, March 19, 2015

New Yorkers have the longest workweek, commute in the country, according to a study
amNY, by Dan Rivoli, March 18, 2015

City: We’re Stemming Flow of Foster-Care Kids Into Homelessness
City Limits, by Annamarya Scaccia, March 16, 2015

The quest to save vanishing New York
Salon, by Henry Grabar, March 15, 2015

Panel explores gaming’s impact on Brooklyn tech economy
Technical.ly , by Brady Dale, March 13, 2015

As City Eases Burdens, Access to Capital, Rising Rents Remain Issues for Small Businesses
Gotham Gazette, by Cole Rosengren, March 13, 2015

Small Businesses Push to Keep NYC From Becoming ‘Cement City’
NBC News, by Katy Rogers, March 12, 2015

Op-ed: Tap Reform: Part-time College Students Need Financial Aid Too
City & State, by Christian González-Rivera, March 06, 2015

The GED Is Now Harder to Take—And Harder to Pass
The Nation, by Michelle Chen, March 04, 2015

Brooklyn’s Sunset Park Comes Alive
Commercial Observer, by Danielle Schlanger, March 04, 2015

A New Campaign Takes Aim at New York’s Growing Chain Stores
CityLab, by Sarah Goodyear, March 03, 2015

Code of the City
City Journal, by James Panero, February 27, 2015

Queens Library President Reports Capital Funding Needs
The Forum, February 26, 2015

Opinion: A Fast-Track Plan to Upgrade New York’s Crumbling Infrastructure
The Observer, by Ted Randall, February 18, 2015

Two Harlem Libraries Close for Floor Repairs
DNAinfo, by Gustavo Solis, February 18, 2015

As Immigrants Settle Beyond City Limits, Help Is Hard to Find
New York Times, by Kirk Semple, February 15, 2015

By the numbers: National chains becoming a force in NYC
The Real Deal, by Brendan O'Connor, February 03, 2015

Obama’s Infrastructure Plan Could Boost Aging NYC
WFUV, by Jeff Coltin, February 02, 2015

LI doesn’t have enough English classes for adult immigrants, study says
Newsday, by Victor Manuel Ramos, January 29, 2015

The take: Homelessness — What the foster care system can do to decrease youth homelessness
The Daily , by Cassi Flint, January 28, 2015

Massive Blizzard Exposes How Decrepit New York City’s Infrastructure Is
ThinkProgress, by Alan Pyke, January 26, 2015

Evolution for Libraries in Brooklyn
New York Times, by Michael Kimmelman, January 25, 2015

Top-performing value fund takes big position in Dunkin’ Brands
Reuters, by David Randall, January 22, 2015

7-to-LaGuardia plan prompts transit-advocate uproar
Capital New York, by Dana Rubinstein, January 22, 2015

Why infrastructure matters: Rotten roads, bum economy
Washington Examiner, by Robert Puentes, January 19, 2015

The chain stores of New York
Capital New York, by Sarah Laskow, January 07, 2015

Editorial: De Blasio’s Opportunity: It’s time to reinvest in NYC’s branch libraries
Library Journal, by Rebecca T. Miller, January 06, 2015

Editorial: Growing number of part-time students should be eligible for tuition assistance
Buffalo News, January 01, 2015

Nothing says N.Y. like ... Dunks?
The Boston Globe, by Taryn Luna, December 30, 2014

Architects Propose Redesigns Of Sheepshead Bay, Coney Island And Brighton Libraries
Sheepshead Bites, by Heather J. Chin, December 29, 2014

Chain stores boom in Queens: Report
Times Ledger, by Sarina Trangle, December 26, 2014

There Are More Dunkin Donuts Than Any Other Store in NYC
Racked NY, by Laura Gurfein, December 23, 2014

14 Chains Taking Over New York City
Business Insider, by Hayley Peterson, December 22, 2014

Chain stores continue to metastasize in NYC
amNY, by Sheila Anne Feeney, December 22, 2014

Queens Sees Biggest Chain Store Growth: Report
Commercial Observer, by Danielle Schlanger, December 22, 2014

The numbers of chain stores in New York City are growing, an annual survey reports
New York Daily News, by Lisa L. Colangelo, December 22, 2014

Growth of Chain Stores Across Five Boroughs Spikes, Report Finds
New York Observer, by Chris Pomorski, December 22, 2014

Biggest NY chain stores are not the ones you’d expect
Crain's New York Business, by Lisa Fickenscher, December 22, 2014

Staten Island unshackled by chain store openings in 2014
Staten Island Advance, by Tracey Propora, December 22, 2014

Amid multiple reviews, Council considers libraries commission
Capital New York, by Nidhi Prakash , December 17, 2014

Popular tuition aid program cuts out many older, part-time college students
Buffalo News, by Jay Tokasz, December 15, 2014

Educators: Revise TAP requirements
Legislative Gazette, by Roger Hannigan Gilson, December 15, 2014

Designers Draw up the Library of the Future
Epoch Times, by Catherine Yang, December 12, 2014

Libraries of the Future
City & State, by Jonathan Bowles and Jeanette Estima, December 11, 2014

Make New York City’s Libraries a Higher Priority
Huffington Post, by Julie Sandorf, December 11, 2014

Boot camp-style schools teach code to career switchers
RedEye Chicago, by Rachel Cromidas, December 10, 2014

New chapter in library building could spell success for de Blasio
Real Estate Weekly, by Dan Orlando, December 10, 2014

Imagining the Design of the Library That Does Everything
Curbed, by Julia Cooke, December 09, 2014

Vital Community Hubs, Libraries Toil Underfunded
Gotham Gazette, by Kristin Meriwether, December 09, 2014

TAP into part-time students
Times Union, by Christian Gonzalez-Rivera and Jonathan Bowles, December 09, 2014

Modern Public Libraries Might Help Renters Afford NYC
Next City, by Brady Dale, December 08, 2014

NY’s part-time students face barriers to aid
North County Public Radio, by Karen DeWitt, December 08, 2014

5 Design Concepts for New York’s Branch Library of the Future
City Lab, by Eric Jaffe, December 05, 2014

Help honor Queens libraries for their crucial work with an award!
Queens Chronicle, by Julie Sandorf, December 05, 2014

Assembly hearing to feature a push for more aid for part time students
WMHT, by Karen DeWitt, December 05, 2014

City Seizes Brooklyn Library Building
Commercial Observer, by Tobias Salinger, December 04, 2014

Capital Education: Fariña (not explicitly) on Garner—Flanagan rejects Suffolk exec rumors
Capital New York, by Jessica Bakeman, Eliza Shapiro and Conor Skelding , December 04, 2014

Why Are Brooklyn Neighborhoods Getting So Hard To Tell Apart?
New York Observer, by Chris Pomorski, November 25, 2014

A Legislator’s Laboratory
The Brooklyn Reader, by Robert Cornegy, November 24, 2014

Report praises Cuyahoga County Library System
The News Herald, by Andrew Cass and Kaylee Remington, November 20, 2014

Small firms thrive but aren’t expanding
Crain's New York Business, by Elaine Pofeldt, November 18, 2014

De Blasio’s time to lead on libraries
New York Daily News, by David Giles, November 17, 2014

Maps: Where Do NYC Employees Live?
Gothamist, November 13, 2014

Study: More NYers call themselves ‘boss’
Crain's New York Business, by Thornton Mcenery, November 10, 2014

GOP Senate takeover could put fiscal reins on city needs
amNY, by Dan Rivoli, November 05, 2014

Council Looks at Economic Impact of City’s Inadequate Infrastructure
Gotham Gazette, by Samar Khurshid, November 04, 2014

How Adding Just One Employee Would Save the Economy
Inc., by Jeremy Quittner, November 04, 2014

Small Biz as Jobs Engine
WNYC's The Brian Lehrer Show, November 03, 2014

$525-a-Month Studios Proposed for Redevelopment of Sunset Park Library
DNAinfo, by Nikhita Venugopal, November 03, 2014

New study shows Staten Island small businesses tend to remain ‘small’
Staten Island Advance, by Tracey Porpora, November 03, 2014

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