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New initiative – HealthCare Providers First – addresses PTSD, other issues...

The initiative, which quickly found support from such sponsors as the Connecticut State Medical Society, the Connecticut Nurses Association, and the Connecticut Psychiatric Association, launched with 30 phone volunteers in mid-June.

‘Business insights’ reviews guidance for the business reopening process

As businesses reopen with COVID-19 lurking in the background, they need to review their insurance protection and consult with legal counsel to be sure...

Alisa Kesten wraps up a decade helming Volunteer New York!

Alisa Kesten stepped down today as executive director of Volunteer New York!, a nonprofit based in Tarrytown. She had been with the organization for...

Travelers will need boarding pass and COVID-19 health form for U.S....

The policies will remain in effect until the COVID-19 pandemic is considered over.

Cuomo tells malls, businesses to upgrade air filters in order to...

Large malls in New York will have to upgrade their air conditioning systems with filters that can remove the COVID-19 virus from the air...

WWE broadcast talent roster hit by COVID-19

Stamford-headquartered WWE is dealing with a rise of COVID-19 cases within its broadcast talent roster. In April, WWE received approval from Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis...

Howard Greenberg: What does reopening mean to Westchester County offices?

As of this writing, the Mid-Hudson region is commencing its phase two reopening, permitting some workers to return to their offices, with significant rules...

Somers’ Summer Trails camps get ready despite the ongoing pandemic

Sirkin stressed that children need to be outdoors and socializing with their peers.

Malls say they’re safe to reopen; Cuomo says not so fast

Syracuse-based Pyramid Management Group has 16 properties in New York and Massachusetts, including the Palisades Center mall in West Nyack and the Poughkeepsie Galleria.

Lamont unveils strategy to reopen K-12 schools

While in-school, full-time instruction is expected to be in place for the beginning of the 2020-21 academic year, school districts are required to come up with contingency plans should the situation deteriorate, Department of Education Commissioner Miguel Cardona said.

Tonya Inman: Safety check-in – Enhanced protocols for meeting with confidence

As the Hudson Valley and the region reopen, we know it will not be business as usual. Our community has faced myriad challenges over...

Nuvance Health relaxes some visitation policies

Patients can have one approved visitor during their hospital stay; daily visits are limited to two hours.

NY, NJ and CT to quarantine travelers from high COVID-19 states

The quarantine applies to any person arriving from a state that has a positive test rate for the virus higher than 10%.

Ritz-Carlton in White Plains files closing notice

The Ritz-Carlton at 3 Renaissance Square in White Plains will be closing in September, according to notice filed with the New York State Department...

EXCLUSIVE: Utility Workers Union chief gives details of new Con Edison...

“It was pretty tough. There was a real possibility that Sunday morning we were going to be on a line with all the picket...