Members Of NYC Council Education Committee Back Calls To Delay School YearOn Friday, Mark Treyger, chair of the city council's Committee on Education, called for a delay, saying there's no plan from the Department of Education.
107-Year-Old N.J. Woman Survives Spanish Flu And COVID-19, Says God And Hot Peppers Keys To Her Incredible LongevityA 107-year-old New Jersey grandmother is now the survivor of two pandemics, after recently recovering from the coronavirus.
Mayor De Blasio Pledges A Nurse In Every School, But UFT President Says He'll Fight Reopening If Stringent Safety Isn't MetUFT President Michael Mulgrew said he will do everything in his power to prevent schools that don’t meet stringent safety standards from reopening next month -- even if it means going to court.
Citi Bike May Hold Key To East Village Restaurant's SurvivalThe owners of an East Village restaurant say the city is refusing to make one simple change that could save their business.
Paterson School District Unsure If All Students Will Be Equipped With Laptops In Time For Virtual ClassesThe Paterson school board voted late Wednesday night to change the school district's hybrid learning plan. It will now be completely virtual until at least October.
Fitness Center Owners Anxious To Reopen Submit Coronavirus Safety Plan To AlbanyGov. Cuomo worries reopening gyms would lead to more cases of COVID-19. Until he's convinced otherwise, fitness center owners will have to sweat it out.
Theodore Alston, 77, Discharged From Long Island Hospital After Nearly 5 Month Battle With Coronavirus; 'They Brought Me Back To Life'Thursday was discharge day for Theodore Alston, who was isolated from his family for four-and-a-half months
Long Island Introduces Discount Program To Drum Up Support For Struggling BusinessesThe "Downtown Deals Travel Pass" program that mean a 15 percent discount at local shops and restaurants.
New Rochelle Superintendent Announces Classes Will Be Held Online For At Least First Month Of School YearThe district said it is committed to getting internet access and Chromebooks to students at home.
Still Not Allowed To Reopen, Popular Long Island Basketball Facility Facing Serious Financial DifficultiesThe future of a popular youth sports facility on Long Island is on the line.
Survey: Many Parents Still Fear Taking Children To Doctor's Office; Pediatrician Warns With School Starting Vaccinations A MustCOVID-19 is making many parents hesitant to take their children for their routine wellness visits.
NYC Sending Coronavirus Resources To Sunset Park, Brooklyn Amid Uptick In CasesThe city will be making robocalls, hanging flyers and knocking on doors to get the word out.
Murphy: N.J. Districts That Can't Meet Safety Standards Will Begin School Year With Remote Learning"Not only will this not be a normal school year, furthermore there is no one-size-fits-all plan to this very difficult situation," the governor said.
Hoboken Considers $250 Fine For Citizens Not Wearing Masks Outside: 'I Just Think It's Gonna Be Unenforceable'Masks are already mandated in New Jersey, but one city is taking it a step further, saying if you don't wear one outside where you can't social distance, you could face a fine.
College Experience In COVID-19 Era: CBS2 Checks Out The Many Safety Protocols At IonaLife has returned to the Iona College campus. But due to the coronavirus pandemic, it doesn't look the same.