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New York Makes Juneteenth A Holiday For State Employees

Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Queens lawmaker Alicia Hyndman will advance legislation making Juneteenth an official state holiday going forward.

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Thermal Imaging And Stretching Stations? Here’s What NYC Schools Could Look Like When They Reopen.

It is becoming increasingly clear the new norm will include staggered schedules and social distancing within classrooms.

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Lawmaker, Educator Worried About Contact Tracers Not Asking About Attending Protests

There has been progress in the fight against COVID-19, but massive protests and businesses reopening have created fears of a new wave.

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NYC Primary Election 2020: Mapp Runs For E Harlem Assembly Seat

Harlem Democrats cast their ballots in a week in a collection of local, state and federal primaries. Patch is profiling each candidate.

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Behind The Scoreboard: First American Sports Spectacle – Part II

Your neighbors are posting on Patch. Here’s the latest. (The views expressed in this post are the author’s own.)

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You’re invited: WIBO’s Virtual 10 Week Business Building Workshop is Open

Save the date for June 23rd! (The views expressed in this post are the author’s own.)

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Harlem Couple Showered With Gifts On ‘Ellen’ After Birth Of Son

Ellen Degeneres surprised the new parents with gifts from the show’s Mother’s Day episodes.

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NYC Mayor Tested For Coronavirus After Sick Day

A photo posted to Twitter Tuesday shows Mayor de Blasio tilting back his head to receive the swab.

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Cuomo: NY Hospitals, Group Homes Can Have Visitors; US Open A Go

Gov. Andrew Cuomo says hospitals and group homes will be allowed discretion on whether to allow visitors. The U.S. Open will also be held.

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