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Long Island met the criteria to enter Phase Four of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s economic reopening plan July 8, including universities and colleges, but gyms, movie theatres and shopping malls were not included. The governor adjusted the stance on malls and said they can open July 10 as long as they have enhanced HVAC filtration systems. more
When Long Island entered the second phase of reopening its economy June 10, Dr. Talonda Thomas, director of education and CEO of the New York Musician’s Center in Bellmore, readied for a return … more
The Belmont Stakes looked a little different to fans and the larger horseracing community this year, as industry officials had to alter their operations due to the ongoing novel coronavirus … more
A fixture in the Merrick business community since 1947, Savall Drugs closed its doors on May 21 after owner Robert Klieger came to terms on an agreement to sell his inventory to CVS Pharmacy. more
Community organizations have stepped up in recent weeks to support residents hard hit by the coronavirus pandemic. People dependent on meal assistance programs, such as school lunches, have … more
Gennaro Jewelers of Bellmore, which celebrated its 97th year in business on May 3, has been honoring frontline and essential workers since its return from a 10-week closure due to the pandemic. In … more
June 24 marked the beginning of Phase 3, an important step in the road to recovery for Long Island's local economy from the Covid-19 shutdown. more
Rocky Telese said Elisa’s Ristorante has been something of a chameleon since the coronavirus shutdown began in mid-March. “We’ve been constantly changing for the past three months,” Telese, the owner of the North Bellmore restaurant, said. more
As Long Island entered Phase Two of reopening on June 10, the streets of Merrick moved in a way they hadn’t since mid-March, when New York state was forced to shut down due to the coronavirus … more
Wantagh businessman Edward Dennehy said that he planned to announce an independent against incumbent Democratic U.S. Rep. Kathleen Rice in the 4th Congressional District race in November. At press time on Monday he said the announcement was to come no later than Thursday. more
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