4th-12th Graders Return To In-Person Learning At Jersey City SchoolsThere will be safety protocols including temperature checks, mandatory masks and plastic shields for desks.
MTA To Resume 24-Hour Subway Service May 17, Gov. Cuomo SaysDuring the pandemic, service has been shut down from 2 a.m. to 4 a.m. for crews to clean the subway system.
New Jersey Easing COVID Restrictions For Bar Seating, Outdoor Gatherings And MoreMurphy said indoor capacity will rise to 50% three days early, on Friday. That will allow proms to take place over the weekend.
Sen. Schumer Calls On MTA To Restore 24-Hour Subway ServiceSubway ridership is the highest its been since the coronavirus pandemic began and there's a new push for the MTA to return to 24-hour subway service.
CDC Director Says 4th COVID Surge A Threat; Pres. Biden Says Some States Should Pause ReopeningThe nation's top doctor pleaded with states Monday to pause reopening plans as a fourth surge of the coronavirus threatens the country.
Guggenheim Museum Reopens To Public After Months-Long Pandemic ClosureThere are three major shows at the museum, including one featuring Jackson Pollock's largest painting, plus a sculptural exhibit called "Knotted, Torn, Scattered."
Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont Announces Plans For Phase 3 ReopeningIt includes allowing restaurants and salons to open at 75% capacity indoors.
Lincoln Tunnel Exclusive Bus Lane To Reopen As Traffic Returns To Pre-Pandemic LevelsThe lane has been closed since March, when the coronavirus pandemic started and car traffic dropped by more than 60 percent.
9/11 Museum Reopens To General Public Six Months After Coronavirus Forced ShutdownThe museum will reopen with strict COVID-19 guidelines, like mandatory face coverings, reduced capacity and timed tickets.
NYC Restaurants To Resume Indoor Dining At 25% Capacity As Of September 30There will be a host of requirements restaurants will have to meet. 
Demonstrators Gather Outside NYC Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza's Home To Protest In-Person ClassesThey say schools should not open for in-person class learning until the city has 14 days without new COVID-19.