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The number of Covid-19 deaths spiked to its highest overnight number yet from Tuesday into Wednesday, with 779 losing their lives, Governor Cuomo said Wednesday. That deadly night brought the … more
Gov. Andrew Cuomo said at his daily briefing Tuesday that New York state health officials reported the single largest increase in deaths in the last 24 hours. Cuomo said 731 people died since … more
Like many construction projects across the state, work at Garvies Point Development has come to a temporary pause due to a directive from Gov. Andrew Cuomo on March 27 that all “non-essential” construction work be halted to prevent the spread of Covid-19.  more
This story is the third of a three-entry series. Part 1: Mosquito prevention Part 2: Tick avoidance With spring in full swing and the weather warming up, it is once again time to prepare for … more
On Tuesday, April at 7 p.m., Nassau County fire departments will be sounding the sirens from all the firehouses to salute and show appreciation for all the first responders and health care workers on the frontlines in the battle against the coronavirus pandemic. more
On Monday, Governor Cuomo ordered schools and non-essential businesses to remain closed until April 29 to help stop the spread of the coronavirus. Previously, they were to close until April 15. At … more
This story is the second of a three-entry series. Part 1: Mosquito prevention With spring in full swing and the weather warming up, it is once again time to prepare for the possibility of human … more
 Coronavirus cases in Nassau County continued to climb steadily overnight from Saturday into Sunday, nearly reaching 14,400, up from 13,346 the day before — an almost 8 percent increase, … more
With spring in full swing and the weather warming up, it is once again time to prepare for the possibility of human interaction with ticks and mosquitoes. That is why the North Shore Land Alliance … more
As the coronavirus has raised the stakes of an ordinary trip to the grocery store, many residents around Glen Cove have noticed masks and gloves used for protection by shoppers left behind in parking lots at Stop & Shop, North Shore Farms and Holiday Farms.  more
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