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CT Coronavirus Updates: 1st Group Of Businesses Can Reopen May 20

CT Coronavirus Updates: 1st Group Of Businesses Can Reopen May 20

Apr 30, 2020 4:53 pm ET{{ allRepliesCount }}CONNECTICUT — Gov. Ned Lamont revealed the first group of businesses that will be allowed to reopen on May 20 as long as they meet safety and social distancing requirements. On May 20, Lamont said restaurants are allowed to open for outdoor only dining but no bar areas are allowed. Restaurants will still not be allowed to offer indoor dining. Scott Dolch, Executive Director of the Connecticut Restaurant Association, said he has concerns that the reopening plans won't do enough for restaurants in the state. "The Governor and his administration are...

April 30, 2020
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Mask Mandate Policy To Be Revealed By Virginia Governor

Mask Mandate Policy To Be Revealed By Virginia Governor

May 22, 2020 3:52 pm ET{{ allRepliesCount }}RICHMOND, VA — Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam plans to announce a new policy next week on the wearing of masks in public to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus, or COVID-19, the governor said Friday at a news conference in Richmond. Northam said he received a letter from Richmond Mayor Levar Stoney on Thursday referencing the general lack of consistency of residents wearing face masks while out in public. "I applaud the mayor for wanting to do what's safe in our city of Richmond," Northam said. While certain protective measures are strongly...

May 22, 2020
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Polls Show Trump And McSally Trailing In Arizona Swing State

Polls Show Trump And McSally Trailing In Arizona Swing State

May 26, 2020 6:30 am MT{{ allRepliesCount }}PHOENIX — Arizona Republican Sen. Martha McSally trails Democrat Mark Kelly by 13 points in a key battleground U.S. Senate race that could hurt President Donald Trump's chances of winning Arizona in the Nov. 3 general election.A survey released this week by OH Predictive Insights shows Arizonans' support for McSally has narrowed steadily since April. McSally lost a close race to Democrat Sen. Kyrsten Sinema in 2018 and then was appointed to fill the seat vacated with the death of Sen. John McCain, who had represented Arizona in the Senate for...

May 26, 2020
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3 Town Employees Fired For Triple-Dipping, Officials Say

3 Town Employees Fired For Triple-Dipping, Officials Say

Jun 12, 2020 11:43 am ET{{ allRepliesCount }}EAST HAVEN, CT — Three town employees who illegally collected unemployment benefits during the coronavirus pandemic have been fired, according to town officials. Jamie Maturo, Zackery Barker and Loribeth Rodriguez took hundreds of dollars a week in state unemployment, $600 a week in federal pandemic benefits, and their usual salaries, according to a town investigation. Patch filed a Freedom of Information Act request and obtained a report on the town's investigation, the hearing officer's recommendations, and documents related to Maturo's work...

June 12, 2020
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Infectious Coronavirus Encounters Now 'Likely' In LA

Infectious Coronavirus Encounters Now 'Likely' In LA

44Jun 23, 2020 5:26 pm PTUpdated Jun 24, 2020 9:38 am PTReplies (44)LOS ANGELES, CA — Coronavirus hospitalizations are up across Los Angeles along with new COVID-19 cases, a troubling trend as community transmission appears to be increasing. On Tuesday, health officials reported 2,614 new cases across the county along with 34 more deaths and a total of 1,515 hospitalizations. Though the county has seen an uptick in hospitalizations, the recent averages of between 1,350 and 1,450 are still below the pandemic peaks of more than 1,900. The county is not in immediate danger of hospitals being...

June 24, 2020
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'Big Tent Revival' Attendees Defy City's Mask Mandate​

'Big Tent Revival' Attendees Defy City's Mask Mandate​

Jul 29, 2020 10:16 pm CT{{ allRepliesCount }}DES PLAINES, IL — Amid reports of upwards of 150 people gathering without masks at a series of religious activities at the Methodist Campground on East Algonquin Road, the City of Des Plaines is demanding the group follow state COVID-19 mandates. Members of The Last Reformation have been holding "Big Tent Revival" events all week with plans to continue through Sunday. Following an emergency meeting Tuesday night, Mayor Matthew Bogusz signed a revised and updated emergency declaration that according to Alderman Andrew Goczkowski, puts "Des...

July 30, 2020
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Potential Coronavirus Outbreak In Windham Under Investigation

Potential Coronavirus Outbreak In Windham Under Investigation

Aug 8, 2020 1:32 am ET{{ allRepliesCount }}WINDHAM, NH — The New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services is investigating a possible outbreak of the new coronavirus they say could be tied to events hosted by Windham Crossing Life Church. In a release, health officials said a YouthStorm, Inc., camp event was hosted by the church from July 16 to 18. Since then, 16 people have been diagnosed with the virus in connection to the event. The DHHS urged the public to avoid events at the church throughout the next week while the investigation is underway.Anyone who has attended a church...

August 8, 2020
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Latest Pets Up For Adoption At Queens Area Shelters

Latest Pets Up For Adoption At Queens Area Shelters

0Reply Do you want to add to your family and make a positive impact on the world at the same time? Consider adopting a dog, cat or other kind of pet from a local shelter. During the COVID-19 pandemic, animal shelters in the Queens area have dogs, cats and other kinds of pets ready and waiting to be adopted. There are thousands of dogs, cats and other animals of all ages and sizes without a home throughout New York — many of whom are located within driving distance. For those looking to adopt, a great place to begin the search for an adorable new companion is at The Patricia H Ladew...

December 28, 2020
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'They're Not Garbage': Residents Condemn City's Homeless Shuffle

'They're Not Garbage': Residents Condemn City's Homeless Shuffle

2Sep 11, 2020 6:25 pm ETUpdated Sep 11, 2020 9:52 pm ETReplies (2)MIDTOWN MANHATTAN, NY — Residents and elected officials took aim at the mayor Friday over the city's plans to boot dozens of homeless families from a Midtown shelter, rallying outside the building where hundreds of men are set to arrive once they are transferred from the Upper West Side. In the rally outside the Harmonia shelter on East 31st Street, speakers blasted Mayor Bill de Blasio's decision to move hundreds of men from the Upper West Side's Lucerne Hotel over to the Harmonia, — many of them with significant...

September 11, 2020
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UES And UWS Jews Are Different, Advocates Tell Redistricting Judge

UES And UWS Jews Are Different, Advocates Tell Redistricting Judge

As residents beg a judge not to merge the Upper East and Upper West sides into a single congressional district, one group has come up with a novel argument against the change: Jews on the East and West sides are too different from each other. "While both the East Side and the West Side support synagogues and Jewish schools of national stature, East Side Jews can be clearly differentiated from West Side Jews," reads a letter sent Tuesday to Steuben County Supreme Court Justice Patrick McAllister by leaders of the Jewish Community Relations Council of New York. The letter is among hundreds...

May 19
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