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Broadway Theaters Can Reopen At 100% Capacity On Sept. 14, Gov. Cuomo SaysThe stage is set for Broadway's return following more than a year in the dark due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Car Thieves Increasingly Burglarizing Union County Homes For Key Fobs Left In Plain View Near The DoorThere is a major uptick in home burglaries with the intent to steal the car key fobs in several Union County towns.
Young Fencers Chasing Their Olympic Dreams At New Jersey's Advance Fencing And Fitness AcademyThey have a big competition this weekend. It's the last Olympic qualifier and a chance to move up in the U.S. rankings.
Yonkers Public Schools Honors Memory Of 10 'Angels' Who Tragically Died Over The Last 3 YearsOn Wednesday, the public school community told those families that it shares their grief and will keep the memory of their loved ones alive.
De Blasio Suggest Possible Timetable For Return Of Homeless From Hotels To SheltersDozens of hotels in New York City are being used to house the homeless during the pandemic, but with a goal of reopening July 1, will those hotels be available to tourists?
Long Island's Oldest Running Family Farm Sold To Suffolk County As Part Of Farmland Preservation ProgramSuffolk County bought the development rights and will preserve it as farmland. It's part of an effort to protect the character of Long Island's East End and an important food source.
Defying COVID: Every Student In Bronx Charter School's Senior Class Gets Accepted To CollegeIt's a monumental achievement at International Leadership Charter High School after an unforgettable year.
Levittown Woman Assumed Dead By Nassau County Is Very Much Alive And Stuck In Bureaucratic Mess Over Tax AssessmentA 95-year-old Long Island woman is now trying to convince her tax assessor and her bank that she is very much alive.

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