New York City Senior Centers Reopening Their Doors Once AgainThe decision comes after seniors took to the streets in protest over the continued closures.
COVID Restrictions: Indoor Dining Curfew Lifted For New York RestaurantsThe move comes as the statewide COVID positivity rate on a seven-day average dropped to 0.71%, a record low.
New Yorkers Immediately Take Advantage Of Lifted Midnight Curfew For Bars, Restaurants And Comedy ClubsNew York is once again the city that never sleeps. On Monday night, the midnight curfew lifts for bars and restaurants, and comedy clubs are starting to return to full swing.
Carolines On Broadway 1st Major Live Venue To Welcome Back Audiences In Times SquareAfter 15 months in the dark, Caroline Hirsch said she was able to reopen thanks to federal grants expected to arrive next month from the Save Our Stages Act.
COVID Vaccination Buses Hit The Beach To Reach More New Yorkers This Memorial DayWhen the lines outside traditional vaccination facilities dwindled, New York City packed up some of those doses and put them on buses directly to communities.
COVID Restrictions In NYC: High-Risk Youth Sports Allowed To Move Back InsideUnder previous restrictions, high-risk sports like basketball, volleyball and wrestling were allowed, but only outdoors.
Major Movie Theater Chains End Mask Mandates For Fully Vaccinated CustomersUnvaccinated customers are asked to still wear masks, and all employees will be required to wear them.
Travel Surge Expected This Memorial Day Weekend As COVID-19 Vaccination Rate ClimbsAfter more than a year of lockdowns, bad weather in the U.S. is not going to stop Americans from heading out this Memorial Day weekend.
Paterson Teachers Return To Classrooms Next Week, But Some Say Buildings Still Aren't SafeEven as COVID infections plummet, many teachers and union leaders say the school buildings are not safe.
Knicks Plan To Allow Only Vaccinated Fans To Buy Playoff Tickets After Round 1The Knicks plan to only allow vaccinated fans to attend any potential second round games in this year's NBA playoffs.
New Yorkers Age 12-17 Now Have Chance To Win Free College Tuition With COVID ShotThe state will raffle 50 full tuition, room and board scholarships to SUNY or CUNY schools to those who get their first dose at a state-run site through July 7.
New Jersey Rolling Back COVID Restrictions In The WorkplaceBeginning June 4, Gov. Phil Murphy says employers may allow fully vaccinated workers to take off their masks and stop social distancing.
Parents, Children Rally Across Long Island For Change To Mask RequirementPeople who are fully vaccinated can take their masks off in most places. But where does that leave children?
New York City Man's Barbecue Pop-Ups Raising Thousands Of Dollars For NonprofitsA New York City man turned his stress caused by the pandemic into purpose.
With Vaccination Clinic In Cafeteria, Cristo Rey High School Bringing COVID-19 Shots Directly To StudentsTeenagers are among the latest group being urged to get the COVID-19 vaccine and one Harlem school is bringing it directly to them.