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Bike Shops Are Booming Amid Social Distancing Efforts
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Bike Shops Are Booming Amid Social Distancing Efforts
Source CBS New York

(CBS Local) — As many small businesses struggle to stay afloat during coronavirus pandemic, bike shops are doing well, if not outright booming....

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Coronavirus Update: NYCHA Employees, Tenants Fear Getting Sick, Union President Says ‘NYCHA Is Unprepared For This Disaster’
News 1 month ago
Coronavirus Update: NYCHA Employees, Tenants Fear Getting Sick, Union President Says ‘NYCHA Is Unprepared For This Disaster’
Source CBS New York

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — As the coronavirus continues to spread, so do concerns for the most vulnerable, including those who live and work in New...

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Coronavirus Update: Walmart, Target Announce Changes To Control Social Distancing In Stores
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Coronavirus Update: Walmart, Target Announce Changes To Control Social Distancing In Stores
Source CBS New York

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Two major retailers are making changes to control social distancing in stores during the coronavirus pandemic. Walmart will...

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Coronavirus Update: Some Postal Service Disrupted Due To The Pandemic
News 2 months ago
Coronavirus Update: Some Postal Service Disrupted Due To The Pandemic
Source CBS New York

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – The day to day operations of many industries are changing during this uncertain time. One essential business struggling to...

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Coronavirus Update: Rent Day Sending Shockwaves Through NYC Amid Shutdown
News 2 months ago
Coronavirus Update: Rent Day Sending Shockwaves Through NYC Amid Shutdown
Source CBS New York

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – The true economic toll of shutting down most of New York City is comes into focus Wednesday: The first of the month, rent...

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Coronavirus Update: Rent Due For Millions Of New Yorkers, Many Fear They Can’t Pay After Losing Work During Pandemic
News 2 months ago
Coronavirus Update: Rent Due For Millions Of New Yorkers, Many Fear They Can’t Pay After Losing Work During Pandemic
Source CBS New York

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Wednesday is the first of the month, which means rent is due for millions of New Yorkers. But with the coronavirus pandemic...

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Coronavirus: Demand Grows For Better Protections For Grocery Store Employees
News 2 months ago
Coronavirus: Demand Grows For Better Protections For Grocery Store Employees
Source CBS New York

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) - They're the unsung heroes of the coronavirus crisis - grocery store workers, restaurant employees, and delivery people on...

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Coronavirus Update: Due To Crushing Food Demand, Long Island Stores Ready And Willing To Hire Thousands
News 2 months ago
Coronavirus Update: Due To Crushing Food Demand, Long Island Stores Ready And Willing To Hire Thousands
Source CBS New York

CARLE PLACE, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — Some essential businesses in our area are now looking for workers. They say that they think of it as a holiday...

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Coronavirus Update: Nassau County Exec Calls Out Plainview Company For Price Gouging Phony N95 Masks
News 2 months ago
Coronavirus Update: Nassau County Exec Calls Out Plainview Company For Price Gouging Phony N95 Masks
Source CBS New York

MINEOLA, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) – Nassau County Executive Laura Curran gave a shoutout to first responders and other essential workers during her Monday...

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Coronavirus Update: Mayor Bill De Blasio Vows To Work With State On Rent Freeze In NYC
News 2 months ago
Coronavirus Update: Mayor Bill De Blasio Vows To Work With State On Rent Freeze In NYC
Source CBS New York

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Mayor Bill de Blasio says that he will be working with the state to enact a rent freeze amid the coronavirus pandemic. With...

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Coronavirus Update: As Home Health Aides Vanish For Keep Social Distance, Neighborhood App Becomes Lifesaving Tool
News 2 months ago
Coronavirus Update: As Home Health Aides Vanish For Keep Social Distance, Neighborhood App Becomes Lifesaving Tool
Source CBS New York

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – In these trying times amid COVID-19, there was a glimmer of light as able-bodied New Yorkers step up to help those that...

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Coronavirus Update: Shopping Frenzy Leads To Empty Shelves At Stores, But Some Aim To ‘Just Wait It Out’
News 2 months ago
Coronavirus Update: Shopping Frenzy Leads To Empty Shelves At Stores, But Some Aim To ‘Just Wait It Out’
Source CBS New York

WYCKOFF, N. J. (CBSNewYork) - As the coronavirus spreads, shoppers are preparing to hunker down at home. It has sparked a shopping frenzy at stores...

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Coronavirus Update: NJ Communities Impose Curfews, Order Businesses Closed To Slow COVID-19 Spread
News 2 months ago
Coronavirus Update: NJ Communities Impose Curfews, Order Businesses Closed To Slow COVID-19 Spread
Source CBS New York

TEANECK, N. J. (CBSNewYork) - As the threat of coronavirus grows in New Jersey, local communities such as those in Bergen County hit hard by the...

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Demanding Answers: What Will Come Of Vacant Bronx Building At Center Of Drug Treatment Facility Dispute?
News 2 months ago
Demanding Answers: What Will Come Of Vacant Bronx Building At Center Of Drug Treatment Facility Dispute?
Source CBS New York

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Politicians promised the property would never be sold to a drug treatment facility. But months later, one resident learned,...

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Residents In Bronx Community Worried Drug Treatment Center May Move Into Vacant Building: ‘We Were Deceived’
News 2 months ago
Residents In Bronx Community Worried Drug Treatment Center May Move Into Vacant Building: ‘We Were Deceived’
Source CBS New York

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A Bronx community is in an uproar. Residents say politicians promised to prevent a drug treatment center from moving in...

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Gov. Phil Murphy Announces Start Of Construction On New Hudson-Bergen Light Rail Project
News 3 months ago
Gov. Phil Murphy Announces Start Of Construction On New Hudson-Bergen Light Rail Project
Source CBS New York

JERSEY CITY, N. J. (CBSNewYork) - Gov. Phil Murphy announced the start of construction on a new Hudson-Bergen light rail project. It will extend...

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Lawmaker Wants To Force City To Help NYCHA Residents Remove Mold
News 3 months ago
Lawmaker Wants To Force City To Help NYCHA Residents Remove Mold
Source CBS New York

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – A New York City Council member is introducing legislation to force the city to provide NYCHA residents with resources to...

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Coronavirus Update: NYC Resident Being Tested For Virus After Traveling To Italy
News 3 months ago
Coronavirus Update: NYC Resident Being Tested For Virus After Traveling To Italy
Source CBS New York

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — The New York City Health Department says one city resident is being tested for coronavirus. The department said Thursday...

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City Council Zoning Committee Votes No To Lenox Terrace Rezoning Application
News 3 months ago
City Council Zoning Committee Votes No To Lenox Terrace Rezoning Application
Source CBS New York

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — There’s an update on a controversial plan to expand a historic apartment complex in Harlem. The City Council zoning...

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Residents At East Harlem NYCHA Complex Fume As Clean Water Problems Continue
News 3 months ago
Residents At East Harlem NYCHA Complex Fume As Clean Water Problems Continue
Source CBS New York

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Thousands of New York City Housing Authority residents said Tuesday the city is failing them, because they don’t have clean...

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Long Island's Hicksville Begins Downtown Renovation It Hopes Will Bring In Millennials To Live And Work
News 3 months ago
Long Island's Hicksville Begins Downtown Renovation It Hopes Will Bring In Millennials To Live And Work
Source CBS New York

HICKSVILLE, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — Another community on Long Island has launched what it hopes will be a major downtown renaissance. Hicksville is...

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Supermarket Workers, Bodega Owners And More Plan Protest Against Single Use Plastic Bag Ban
News 3 months ago
Supermarket Workers, Bodega Owners And More Plan Protest Against Single Use Plastic Bag Ban
Source CBS New York

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – We are now less than two weeks away from a major ban on plastic bags across New York state. In New York City, people are...

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Black History Month: Carver Bank Has Become One Of Harlem’s Greatest Success Stories
News 3 months ago
Black History Month: Carver Bank Has Become One Of Harlem’s Greatest Success Stories
Source CBS New York

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — An African-American-operated bank in Harlem is not only a staple in the community, it puts its money where its mouth is....

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Brooklyn Community Pride Center Signs 30-Year Lease For Expanded HQ In Crown Heights
News 3 months ago
Brooklyn Community Pride Center Signs 30-Year Lease For Expanded HQ In Crown Heights
Source CBS New York

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A decade-long dream is becoming a reality in Brooklyn. The borough’s first and only community pride center announced a...

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Judge Puts Hold On New York State's Broker Fee Ban After Real Estate Groups File Suit
News 3 months ago
Judge Puts Hold On New York State's Broker Fee Ban After Real Estate Groups File Suit
Source CBS New York

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – A New York State ruling that said tenants cannot be forced to pay broker fees has been put on hold. A judge issued a...

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Judge Issues Temporary Restraining Order Allowing NYC Real Estate Brokers To Continue Charging Fees
News 3 months ago
Judge Issues Temporary Restraining Order Allowing NYC Real Estate Brokers To Continue Charging Fees
Source CBS New York

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Real estate brokers in the city can keep charging broker’s fees. That’s because a New York state judge on Monday...

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Mayor's Office Looking To Streamline Process Of Turning Basements, Cellars Into Legal Rentals In NYC
News 3 months ago
Mayor's Office Looking To Streamline Process Of Turning Basements, Cellars Into Legal Rentals In NYC
Source CBS New York

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — As New York City continues to grow and expand, housing becomes more scarce and, unfortunately, more expensive. That’s...

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Exclusive: Family In Battle On Long Island After Zoning Change Renders Land Practically Worthless
News 3 months ago
Exclusive: Family In Battle On Long Island After Zoning Change Renders Land Practically Worthless
Source CBS New York

SHIRLEY, N. Y. (CBSNewYork) - A family is in a zoning battle on Long Island after they say their land was rendered practically worthless. Two...

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How Will New York’s New Broker Fee Rules Impact Renters?
News 3 months ago
How Will New York’s New Broker Fee Rules Impact Renters?
Source CBS New York

How will New York's new broker fee rules affect renters and the real estate industry? Real estate reporter Erin Hudson, of The Real Deal, breaks...

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Albany Issues Blow To Landlords In NYC Broker Fee Debate
News 3 months ago
Albany Issues Blow To Landlords In NYC Broker Fee Debate
Source CBS New York

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — There is big news for renters in the Big Apple. A new program is aiming to simplify the housing market, and ban broker fees...

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