MTA To Impose $50 Fines For Not Wearing Face Coverings On Mass TransitStarting Monday, Sept. 14, riders who are not wearing a face covering can be hit with a $50 fine, CBS2's Marcia Kramer reported.
New York City May Pause Indoor Dining If Infection Rate Reaches 2%, Mayor SaysGov. Andrew Cuomo announced Wednesday indoor dining can resume Sept. 30.
NYC Restaurants To Resume Indoor Dining At 25% Capacity As Of September 30There will be a host of requirements restaurants will have to meet. 
Cuomo: NYC Restaurants Can Only Reopen Indoor Dining Once A Local Enforcement Mechanism Is CreatedGov. Andrew Cuomo said Tuesday that indoor dining will only resume once local governments come up with an inspection and enforcement mechanism to make sure restaurants are in compliance with their maximum occupancy limits. 
Gov. Andrew Cuomo Issues Executive Order Giving New Yorkers More Options For Voting In Presidential ElectionWith COVID-19, many voters want to avoid the lines and crowds at the polls.
Coronavirus Update: New York's Rate Of Infection Remains Below 1% For Whole MonthGov. Andrew Cuomo announced the milestone on Monday. 
Gov. Cuomo: COVID-19 Infection Rate Below 1 Percent For 30 Days Straight, Hospitalizations Hit New LowNew York's coronavirus infection rate has remained lower than one percent for 30 days in a row and hospitalizations from the virus dropped to a new low, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Sunday.
COVID-19 Infection Rate Below 1% In New York State For 29th Straight Day, Officials SayOver 99,700 coronavirus test results were reported to New York state on Friday. The governor says 801, or .8%, were positive.
Indoor Dining Remains Banned In NYC With Gov. Andrew Cuomo Citing Past Compliance Problems At BarsIn the midst of all of this, restaurants still have no indoor timeline as they think about shelling out more money to make their outdoor space conducive to colder weather.
Trump Administration Takes Action To Cut More Federal Funds To NYC, Affecting School, Subway CleaningsGov. Andrew Cuomo blasted the move, saying the president is "telling essential workers that he does not value their safety or sacrifices over the last six months."
Mayor De Blasio Sounds Off On President Trump's Plan To Defund New York City: 'Your Words Don't Carry Much Weight'City and state leaders are reacting to President Donald Trump's threat to defund several major cities, including New York, over lawless behavior.