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BREAKING: The state is requiring all health care workers at hospitals and nursing homes to receive at least the first dose of a vaccine against the coronavirus by midnight Monday.
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A total of 3,923 lab-verified cases were found among residents 5 to 17 years old on Long Island, the data showed.
The MTA announced that the FTA had completed its environmental review for the $1.6 billion "Penn Station Access" project.
The charge and investigation followed a neighbor’s complaint about the bustling Harbes Family Farm which has drawn the ire of some who complain of traffic backups and other problems.
Hank Steinbrenner oversaw all areas of the club’s business and baseball operations, and was directly involved in player negotiations, long-term player recruitment goals and overall club strategy.
Trader Joe’s temporarily closed five of its grocery stores, including one in Plainview, because employees tested positive for the coronavirus or are receiving medical attention for suspected cases of the disease.
Newsday spent three days inside an LI hospital under siege by coronavirus. We saw death, heroism and rays of hope.