Half Of Staten Island Is About To Go OrangeCOVID-19 infection rates are soaring in the borough, prompting more restrictions. CBS2's Jessica Layton reports
Parts Of Staten Island In Danger Of Becoming Orange Or Red ZonesLocal business owners and managers say they cannot deal with another potential shutdown. CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports
'Staten Island Is A Serious Problem'Gov. Andrew Cuomo says parts of the borough have increasing COVID-19 positivity rates that could result in them becoming orange or red zones soon. CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports
Health Officials Across Tri-State Area Expects Coronavirus Infections To Keep RisingNew restrictions are now in place in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. CBS2's Ali Bauman reports
Small Business Owners Urge Holiday Shoppers To Buy LocalWith the holidays fast approaching, you may be thinking about getting gifts. CBS2’s Jenna DeAngelis spoke to business owners in New Jersey who say shopping local is more important than ever this holiday season.
COVID-19 Cases Rising At Alarming Rate In New JerseyThe state reported more than 4,500 new cases from Saturday into Sunday. CBS2's Cory James reports
Brooklyn Business Owner Says He's Being Kicked Out Of Park Undergoing RenovationsA Brooklyn business owner who says he contributed to Williamsburg's resurgence says Gov. Andrew Cuomo is thanking him by kicking him out. His outdoor concessions are part of a park that the state is renovating to honor a civil rights activist; CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports.
A Mother And Daughter Offer Comfort At Anoz Spa In Garden City SouthSharon and Jasmine Richards run a small business with a big purpose—to make people feel cared for.
N.J. Braces For New COVID-19 RestrictionsThe coronavirus situation is so concerning in Garden State, Gov. Phil Murphy said Monday that new restrictions are being reinstated. CBS2's Jessica Layton reports
Gov. Murphy Threatens COVID-19 Restrictions In N.J.The governor said he may be forced to take action due to a serious spike in coronavirus cases. CBS2's Jessica Layton reports
Businesses In Subway System Struggling To Survive As Pandemic Wears OnWith subway ridership down, businesses underground and near transit stops are suffering. CBS2's Alice Gainer reports.
2020 Got You Down? Starting Decorating For Christmas!As CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis found out recently, people and local businesses are ready to bust out some serious holiday cheer in early November.
NYPD Says It Will Be Ready For Potential Unrest On Election DayThis comes as owners take precautions to protect their businesses from a repeat of the violence from over the summer. CBS2's Ali Bauman reports
More Businesses Board Up Ahead Of Election Day Fearing Possible UnrestBusinesses across the city are taking steps to secure their stores in preparation for potential unrest on Election Night. CBS2's Andrea Grymes reports.
Connecticut Rolls Back Reopening PlansGov. Ned Lamont says he is rolling Connecticut back from the third phase of reopening to a modified Phase 2 because of the spread in COVID-19 cases in the state.
Paterson, N.J. Limiting Restaurant And Bar HoursPaterson's Mayor Andre Sayegh says he's issuing an executive order ordering dining and nightlife establishment to close daily at midnight.
NYC Businesses To Use Sidewalks, Curbs As Part Of New ‘Open Storefronts’ ProgramMayor Bill de Blasio wants to do for small businesses what he did for restaurants: Open up the streets and allow them to sell their wares there.
Find Nature And Community At Seasons Nursery In Bed-StuyFor many visitors, the biggest draw is the owner herself—Young's sharp wit and keen insight have made her a local celebrity.
'Chocolate Is Love': At North Fork Chocolate Company, The Focus Is Local"Our typical shopper is not just a chocolate lover—it's a lover of all local things," cofounder Ann Corley told CBS2's Elle McLogan.
NYC Begins Major Crackdown In Hot Zones With Huge FinesA community activist was arrested and the city broke up a big rave party in Queens over the weekend. CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports
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.
Gov. Cuomo Unveils 'Cluster Action Initiative'The complicated plan was met by a protest on Tuesday night in Borough Park, Brooklyn. CBS2's Alice Gainer reports
Central Park Boathouse Restaurant ClosingThe landmark eatery had been shuttered since March and had furloughed 163 workers.
Small Business Owners In Cluster Zip Codes Fearing The Worst If Another Shutdown Hits Parts Of NYCGov. Andrew Cuomo believes mass gatherings are the priority right now to curb the recent increase in positive COVID-19 cases. But, as CBS2's Lisa Rozner reported, there is also fear that restaurants and small businesses in cluster zip codes could face a second shutdown.