De Blasio Warns New Yorkers To Prepare For Second Possible ShutdownAs coronavirus cases continue to climb, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Monday it’s clear that all restrictions have to be on the table.
Staten Island Bar Manager Arrested For Second TimeDanny Presti, co-owner of Mac's Public House, was taken into custody after allegedly dragging a New York City Sheriff's deputy with his car late Saturday night. CBS2's Cory James reports.
NYC Urges Most Vulnerable To Avoid Going OutIn an effort to curb coronavirus infections, the city is targeting those 65 and over and with underlying conditions. CBS2's Ali Bauman reports
Fears Of COVID-19 Surge Fueled By Holiday TravelLocal officials say they fully expect the number of cases to spike between now and the end of 2020. CBS2's Nick Caloway reports
NYC Merchants Hoping To Get Boost On Small Business SaturdayBusinesses desperate for a boost were hoping they'd get it on Small Business Saturday; CBS2's Dave Carlin reports.
Holiday Shopping Season More Important Than Ever For Small Businesses This YearFor many small businesses, the holiday shopping season is make or break, and this year, it's more important than ever; CBS2's Nick Caloway reports.
NYC Restaurant & Business Owners Worry More Shutdowns Could Lead To Permanent ClosuresBusiness owners in New York City are dealing with a lot of uncertainty as state and local officials give warnings about possibly issuing another round of restrictions; CBS2's Cory James reports.
NYC Business Owners Fear Another Round Of COVID Closures Is ImminentMayor Bill de Blasio announced Friday that New York City will likely be declared an Orange Zone sometime in the first week of December; CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
Mayor De Blasio: NYC Will Likely Be Declared Orange Zone In DecemberMayor Bill de Blasio announced Friday that New York City will likely be declared an Orange Zone sometime in the first week of December; CBS2 political reporter Marcia Kramer has the story.
Newark Business Owners Worried About Keeping Their Doors Open As COVID Cases RiseRising COVID cases in Newark have many worried about the economic impact. Some business owners say they are unsure if they will be able to keep their doors open; CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis reports.
NYC Extends Outdoor Dining, Allows Restaurants To Use Outdoor HeatersNew York City is extending outdoor dining and allowing businesses to use outdoor heaters, giving restaurants struggling to stay afloat some relief; CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports.
Do You Know Your Rights Regarding Rent Relief And The Eviction Moratorium?CBSN New York's Aundrea Cline-Thomas speaks Antonio Garcia and Larissa Story of Catholic Charities about what tenants need to know about rent relief, the eviction moratorium, how to get help and more.
Churches, Small Businesses Hit Particularly Hard By COVID-19 Shutdown, Depending On ZoneThe COVID-19 shutdown plan is getting a lot of pushback from other New Yorkers, especially churches and businesses. CBS2's Andrea Grymes reports.
Central Park Boathouse Restaurant ClosingThe landmark eatery had been shuttered since March and had furloughed 163 workers.
Report Reveals How Many NYC Restaurants, Bars May Never Recover From COVID-19 PandemicA new report shows just how many restaurants and bars in the city might never recover from the coronavirus pandemic; CBS2's Dave Carlin reports.
Record Number Of NYC Hotels Continue To CloseA record number of hotels in New York City continue to close. It's one of the hardest hit industries with 90% of hotel workers in the city being laid off, 250,000 without work for six months, and a total of 200 hotels completely shuttered; CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports.
Connecticut Set To Enter Phase 3 Of Reopening In OctoberIn Connecticut, Gov. Ned Lamont has announced plans for the state's next phase of reopening.
Dozens Of Long Island Entrepreneurs Receive Funding From Industrial Development AssociationThere are positive steps forward in one under-served community on Long Island. Dozens of struggling entrepreneurs have just been given a big boost; CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.
Grim Statistic In Road To Reopening: 87% Of NYC Restaurants, Bars Couldn’t Pay Full Rent In AugustThere’s another indicator of the devastating impact the COVID pandemic has had on New York City’s small businesses.
New York City Council Approves Optional 10% Restaurant Surcharge FeeThe optional surcharge would apply only to patrons eating at restaurants, not to takeout food.
Multi-Billion Dollar Development Firm Comes To The Aid Of Mom And Pop Eatery In New RochelleIt’s a recipe for small business success in a Westchester County city. A multi-billion dollar development firm is helping a mom and pop restaurant survive during the coronavirus pandemic. CBS2’s Tony Aiello reports.
Business Leaders Beg De Blasio To Take Action On Quality Of Life In NYCThe CEOs of more than 160 companies are calling on Mayor Bill de Blasio to take action on quality of life issues in New York City. 
Indoor Dining Can Resume In NYC With RestrictionsGov. Andrew Cuomo said Wednesday indoor dining in New York City can resume at the end of the month with restrictions, but is it enough to save a devastated industry? CBS2's Jessica Layton reports.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo Announces NYC Restaurants Can Resume Indoor DiningGov. Andrew Cuomo said Wednesday indoor dining can resume in New York City at 25% as of September 30. There will be a host of requirements restaurants will have to meet.

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