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Midtown Streets Shut Down Due To Falling Debris, DOB Says Crane Did Not CollapseThe FDNY received a report of debris falling from a building just after 6:40 p.m. Thursday.
Remote Learning Centers Across Westchester Ease Working Parents' Minds By Keeping Kids Engaged In SchoolRemote learning is becoming more structured, less lonely and far less worrisome for families thanks to 15 remote learning centers across Westchester.
Witnesses: Pregnant Woman Shot, Killed In Paterson, New JerseyNeighbors say the victim was talking after she was shot and may have identified her shooter, but police have not yet confirmed that information.
FBI Issues Warning About Ransomware Attacks Targeting U.S. HospitalsAt least five U.S. hospitals were reportedly hit with ransomware attacks this week, including the St. Lawrence County Health System in Upstate New York.
New York State Lawmakers Consider Bill To Extend Paid Family Leave To Parents With Children In Remote LeaningWorking parents always had to juggle, but now the juggling could cost them their jobs.
Mets' Sale To Steve Cohen Faces Last Hurdle As City Evaluates Ownership Change"It's our land. There is a legal requirement that if there's an ownership change is has to be evaluated. Our law department is doing that evaluation based on the law," Mayor Bill de Blasio said.
Experts Fear Pandemic Could Boost Seasonal Depression When Daylight Saving EndsSeasonal affective disorder during winter months affects as many as 10 million people - four times as many women as men. This year, it might be even worse.
Heat Finally Restored At NYCHA Buildings After CBS2 Demands Answers For Tenants Left Without Gas ServiceHundreds of New York City Housing Authority Residents finally have their heat back on.

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