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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.

New York businesses get a sales tax filing break from the...

Businesses in New York state that collect sales tax are getting a small break, as announced today by Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo during a...

Schools in NY to remain closed for balance of school year;...

Schools in New York state will remain closed for the balance of the current school year, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo announced today. Cuomo said...

Cuomo: Construction and manufacturing will be first to reopen

Speaking in Albany on Sunday, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo outlined a phased plan to reopen business activity in New York. The first categories to...

COVID-19 LATEST: Cuomo decries federal shortchanging; employers to provide masks for...

Fast Facts: The governor will be signing two executive orders today. One will direct employers to provide essential workers with cloth or surgical face...

COVID-19 UPDATE: Gov. Cuomo takes up issue of politics and the...

Fast Facts: The governor said “reopening” is a public health question as well as an economic question The governor said that the state “will...

Two Rockland County religious schools cited for ignoring closure order

Violations were issued to Central UTA of Monsey in Airmont and Kahal Shaarei Tefillah in Monsey.

Latimer critical of Trump’s reopening push: ‘Mass death is bad for...

As he reported the deaths of eight people in Westchester from the COVID-19 virus, Westchester County Executive George Latimer pushed back at continued pressure...

Mayor Spano touts Yonkers Industrial Development Agency, sees development moving inland

“I don’t know how a city can even operate without one,” Yonkers Mayor Mike Spano told the Business Journal about the Yonkers Industrial Development...

Stop & Shop promotion allows customers to fund schools

The schools can determine how they spend the funds accumulated through the program.

Nonprofit theater companies bring summertime Shakespeare to regional audiences

Both theater companies bring truncated versions of Shakespearean plays to local schools.

Antinozzi Associates takes on the challenges of architectural renovations

"If a school was built in 1910 or 1920, they were built like brick you-know-what-houses," Ayles said. “They’re not going anywhere."

U.S. Sen. Murphy introduces bill to strengthen school diversity

“Racial and economic isolation exists throughout the country, and Connecticut is no different,” said the Democrat in presenting his Strength in Diversity Act.

Norwalk and its schools join energy forces

An economy of scale is seen in assessments and purchases.

Bridgeport reports solid year

Mayor cites tax, school and infrastructure gains.