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A couple of Five Towns business owners had mixed reactions that Long Island's economy will remain on hold at least until the end of the month.  more
Being quarantined during the coronavirus pandemic wasn’t an obstacle for the scientific ingenuity of Lawrence siblings Yair and Yiela Saperstein, along with their colleagues from the startup company avoMD, which is in the business of disseminating medical information and has an app of the same name. more
A college senior who is a Hewlett resident decided to make the best of her time during the coronavirus pandemic by creating a business that she hopes will help cheer up college graduates. Carly … more
In honor of National Nurses Day, Nassau County Executive Laura Curran and other county officials paid tribute Wednesday to the healthcare professionals working on the frontlines of the pandemic. … more
Gov. Andrew Cuomo's office reported Tuesday that more than 1,700 previously undisclosed deaths occurred at nursing homes and adult care facilities, many of them in Nassau and New York City … more
Updated April 30 at 9:20 a.m. An 80,000-square-foot Stop & Shop supermarket is expected to open at 253-01 Rockaway Blvd. in the Five Towns Shopping Center on the Nassau, Queens border in October, according to Stefanie Shuman, the external communications manager for the grocery store franchise. more
The State Health Department has released a list of 22 nursing homes on Long Island, including homes in Lynbrook, Glen Cove and Long Beach, where residents have died from the coronavirus epidemic. The … more
About 800 000 people in New York State applied for unemployment benefits this week, Gov.Andrew Cuomo said Friday, setting an all-time one week record. Nationwide, 6.6 million applied for such … more
Town of Hempstead Supervisor Donald Clavin announced a $40 million stimulus package yesterday “in an effort to get people back to work once it is safe to do so.” Clavin said the money … more
From Inwood to Hewlett and all around the Five Towns the sights and signs are quite different now compared to three weeks ago, as the coronavirus pandemic, the outbreak of what is called COVID-19, … more
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