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Hurricane Isaias: N.J. Communities Gearing Up For Potential Flooding, Strong Winds Along Jersey ShoreIsaias regained hurricane strength Monday night as people across New Jersey hunkered down for the storm, which started causing some in the southern coastal areas of the state.
Hurricane Isaias: New York City Preparing For Possible Flooding In South Street SeaportTropical storm watches are in effect from the Jersey Shore to Long Island Sound.
Coronavirus Impact: Survey Of 500 New York City Restaurants Reveals 83% Could Not Pay Full Rent In JulyMelba's in Harlem looked busy on Monday, and it was. But owner Melba Wilson said looks can be deceiving when it comes to profits right now.
Hurricane Isaias: Long Island Communities Prepare For The StormLong Island officials expressed some cautious optimism when looking at the tracking of the storm, but are still urging folks to take the time now to prepare as we do with every storm of this kind.
Gov. Cuomo Expresses Concerns About NYC's School Reopening Plan, Says Key Safety Questions Left UnansweredIf Gov. Cuomo was asked to give the city's plan a grade, it would probably be an "incomplete."
Church Lector's 'Black Lives Matter' T-Shirt Stirs Dress Code Debate In South OrangeThe Archdiocese of Newark is reaffirming a dress code for lectors who assist the priest at Mass. 
Construction Resumes To Rebuild Historic Greek Orthodox Church Destroyed On 9/11Gov. Andrew Cuomo joined Archbishop Elpidophoros, of the American Greek Orthodox Church, at St. Nicholas Church and National Shrine on Liberty Street.
Gov. Murphy Tightens Limits On Indoor Gatherings To Discourage House Parties As Coronavirus SpikesGov. Phil Murphy said house parties, from Sussex County to the Jersey Shore, are to blame for coronavirus spreading.

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