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Why a Westchester board rejected letting New Rochelle coronavirus patients out of quarantine
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Why a Westchester board rejected letting New Rochelle coronavirus patients out of quarantine

ALBANY - The Westchester County Board of Health rejected an attempt Thursday by its board chairman to end a quarantine on about 100 New Rochelle...

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Coronavirus: These businesses are hiring in New York
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Coronavirus: These businesses are hiring in New York

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Coronavirus: NY businesses need to keep 75% of staff home; Relief coming on mortgages
News 2 weeks ago
Coronavirus: NY businesses need to keep 75% of staff home; Relief coming on mortgages

ALBANY - New York will prohibit most businesses from having more than 25% of their workers report to the office, down from 50% on Wednesday, and...

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With shoppers cleaning out grocery shelves, officials urge calm as stores try to fill demand
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With shoppers cleaning out grocery shelves, officials urge calm as stores try to fill demand

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Feeding Westchester: 'Working as fast as we can against the clock to get ahead of whatever is coming'
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Feeding Westchester: 'Working as fast as we can against the clock to get ahead of whatever is coming'

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How a New Rochelle synagogue is coping as an epicenter of the U.S. coronavirus spread
News 3 weeks ago
How a New Rochelle synagogue is coping as an epicenter of the U.S. coronavirus spread

Young Israel of New Rochelle had an online Purim party because they couldn't gather at their synagogue this week. The congregants check in on one...

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Coronavirus spreads to Westchester man's family, neighbor who drove him to hospital
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Coronavirus spreads to Westchester man's family, neighbor who drove him to hospital

ALBANY - Nine more Westchester County residents tested positive Wednesday for the coronavirus disease, a day after a 50-year-old New Rochelle man...

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New York's plastic bag ban starts Sunday. But stores won't be hit with fines just yet
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New York's plastic bag ban starts Sunday. But stores won't be hit with fines just yet

ALBANY - New York's ban on plastic bags will start Sunday, but state regulators will wait at least a month to enforce it on store owners. State...

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Lawyers: Mount Vernon officials' admissions make city liable for tennis bubble demolition
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Lawyers: Mount Vernon officials' admissions make city liable for tennis bubble demolition

Admissions by Mount Vernon officials regarding the demolition of the tennis bubble at Memorial Field should make the city liable for millions of...

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German supermarket giant Lidl eyes first Rockland store
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German supermarket giant Lidl eyes first Rockland store

A discount grocery chain that's among the world's fastest growing retailers is looking to take a bite out of Rockland County's supermarket business...

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Schitt's Creek is a real place, and you can visit it in upstate NY. Here's what you'll find.
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Schitt's Creek is a real place, and you can visit it in upstate NY. Here's what you'll find.

SHARON SPRINGS - A little town in the middle of nowhere named after water, a boutique shop run by a gay couple that cares about local artisans, a...

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NY's plastic bag ban is coming: Here's what to know about the stores, the charges and the changes
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NY's plastic bag ban is coming: Here's what to know about the stores, the charges and the changes

As New York's single-use plastic bag ban takes effect in grocery stores across the state, smaller convenience and retail locations are gearing up...

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Rockland supervisors' summit: Residents discuss hate speech, over-development and solutions
News 2 months ago
Rockland supervisors' summit: Residents discuss hate speech, over-development and solutions

RAMAPO - Residents who've exchanged vicious comments on social media and others who civilly agree to disagree came together during a summit to...

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Metro-North suing Mount Vernon over land around the Fleetwood train station
News 2 months ago
Metro-North suing Mount Vernon over land around the Fleetwood train station

Metro-North is suing Mount Vernon and city Comptroller Deborah Reynolds alleging she failed to certify records showing the railroad was exempt from...

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Rockland: Want to help save land from development? Here's how
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Rockland: Want to help save land from development? Here's how

NEW CITY - Rockland County government is taking applications to preserve land from development. With over-development and high density housing...

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Doral Arrowwood customers get deposits back, but former employees wait on severance
News 2 months ago
Doral Arrowwood customers get deposits back, but former employees wait on severance

People who slapped down a deposit for an event at the now-shuttered Doral Arrowwood Hotel and Conference Center will get their money back, a court...

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Papyrus closing all its stores nationwide; 5 in Westchester, 1 in Rockland
News 2 months ago
Papyrus closing all its stores nationwide; 5 in Westchester, 1 in Rockland

Greeting card and stationery chain Papyrus is closing all its stores, in yet another blow to the struggling retail industry. Pier 1 announced last...

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Nanuet: A.C. Moore sets date range for closure of lone Rockland location
News 2 months ago
Nanuet: A.C. Moore sets date range for closure of lone Rockland location

A. C. Moore in Nanuet, Rockland County's lone location, will be closing its doors in the coming months. According to a Worker Adjustment and...

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Judge agrees with Clarkstown: No shortcut for Camp Ramah if it wants year-round rentals
News 2 months ago
Judge agrees with Clarkstown: No shortcut for Camp Ramah if it wants year-round rentals

UPPER NYACK - Camp Ramah, a Jewish day camp, lost another round in its ongoing effort to win permission from the Town of Clarkstown to lease out...

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