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The village trustee elections originally scheduled for March 18 have been  moved to April 28, according to an executive order signed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo.  The move is intended to reduce … more
To reduce the spread of the coronavirus, New York, New Jersey and Connecticut banned gatherings of more than 50 people effective 8 p.m. Monday night, according to Gov. Andrew Cuomo. Restaurants, … more
As concerns surrounding the coronavirus pandemic continued to spread, Paula Rodenas wondered if the seniors who take her creative writing workshop at the Merrick Senior Center would even show up. The … more
Bellmore-Merrick’s Emergency Medical Service recently instituted two new policies for its members to follow in an effort to stay safe from coronavirus. According to Assistant Chief Scott … more
Seven people have died in New York because of coronavirus, according to Gov. Andrew Cuomo. The first was an 82-year-old woman in Wyckoff Heights Medical Center in Brooklyn who had emphysema. The second, was a man, 65, from the Village of Suffern in Rckland County who died earlier this week. The third was a 79-year-old unidentified woman with multiple underlying medical conditions. more
Things are getting quiet in Rockville Centre, at least in public. Schools are closed, meetings are postponed and most activities have come to a halt for at least the next couple of weeks. Though no cases of coronavirus have been reported in Rockville Centre, the village officials decided, “out of an abundance of caution” to close Village Hall, the Sandel Senior Center, John A. Anderson Recreation Center and Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Center for two weeks, starting Monday, March 16 and reopening on March 30. more
A day before Nassau County confirmed its first case of novel coronavirus, Bellmore-Merrick Central High School District Superintendent John DeTommaso assured parents at the March 4 Board of Education … more
A Lawrence High teacher is self- quarantining at home after being exposed to a person — not from the school district — that was diagnosed with COVIV-19 coronavirus. According to Superintendent Dr. Ann Pedersen, the teacher is not showing any symptoms. more
As cases of novel coronavirus, or COVID-19, continue to rise across Long Island, houses of worship are taking measures to protect parishioners. The Diocese of Rockville Centre has issued instructions to its parishes to prevent the spread of the virus. more
Nassau and Suffolk counties are declaring a state of emergency as the number of coronavirus cases on Long Island has reached 69, 48 in Nassau and 21 in Suffolk. more
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