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NYC Coronavirus Ethnicity Data Shows 'Clear Inequalities:' Mayor

2020欧洲杯赛事 "There are clear inequalities, clear disparities in how this disease is impacting New York City," de Blasio said Wednesday.


By Kathleen Culliton, Patch Staff

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Store's Coronavirus Message Keeps Bed-Stuy Neighbors Awake

2020欧洲杯赛事 "It couldn’t be worse at this point,” said a neighbor losing sleep to loud, after-hours social distancing warnings from a Family Dollar.


By Matt Troutman, Patch Staff

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Coronavirus Prompts Risky Move Of Young Detainees: Report

2020欧洲杯赛事 The city moved healthy young detainees to a Brooklyn center that recently lost a worker to COVID-19, according to a New School report.


By Kathleen Culliton, Patch Staff

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Midtown-Hell's Kitchen  |  News  |  

Broadway Extends Shutdown To At Least June 7

2020欧洲杯赛事 People with tickets to Broadway shows through June 7 are eligible for refunds.


By Brendan Krisel, Patch Staff

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Columbia Dorms Should House NYers With Coronavirus, Pol Says

2020欧洲杯赛事 Council Member Ydanis Rodriguez says the city needs temporary housing for those who cannot self-quarantine at home if they get coronavirus.


By Anna Quinn, Patch Staff

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Coronavirus In NYC: Latest Happenings And Guidance

2020欧洲杯赛事 A roundup of everything you need to know about the virus in New York City.


By Adam Nichols, Patch Staff

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What Spring Break Could Look Like In NYC While Remote Learning Continues

Virtual college tours. An online student town hall. Homemade play dough.


By Chalkbeat, News Partner

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NYC Gives OK To Shrink Special Ed Services Amid Coronavirus Upheaval

2020欧洲杯赛事 New York City teachers are scrambling to comply with a mandate to create new remote learning plans for students with disabilities.


By Chalkbeat, News Partner

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5 Open Houses To Scope In The New York City Area

2020欧洲杯赛事 Peek inside a few of the properties currently on the market near you.


By Real Estate News, Patch Staff

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NYC Comptroller Launches Online Coronavirus Resource Guide

Comptroller Scott Stringer's guide provides links to government resources for seniors, tenants, business owners and freelancers.


By Brendan Krisel, Patch Staff

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Financial State of the Union before COVID-19

2020欧洲杯赛事 The financial condition of the United States worsened by $8 trillion


By Truth in Accounting, News Partner

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These 2 Traits Will Make You A Better At-Home Teacher, Bronx Educator Says

Michael Urda is teaching his students online, and spoke recently with Chalkbeat about how parents can approach at-home learning.


By Chalkbeat, News Partner

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Drag Racers Take Over Empty West Side Highway: Coronavirus Latest

A roundup of today's coronavirus news.


By Adam Nichols, Patch Staff

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NYC Community Leaders Want Taskforce To Address Disparities Widened By Coronavirus School Closures

2020欧洲杯赛事 A wide coalition of elected officials, community organizations, and parent leaders are asking for a seat at the table.


By Chalkbeat, News Partner

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NY Breaks Coronavirus Death Record Set The Day Before: Cuomo

New York saw its highest daily death toll with 779 lives lost to COVID-19 within the past 24 hours, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said.


By Kathleen Culliton, Patch Staff

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As NYC Bans Zoom For Online Learning, Some Schools Pause Live Instruction

2020欧洲杯赛事 Eighth grader Jadeyn Madhere felt like she was hitting a groove with remote learning.


By Chalkbeat, News Partner

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NYC Coronavirus Crisis Eases Slightly With Less Ventilator Need

New York is only using one third of the ventilators projections showed the city would need this week, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Wednesday .


By Kathleen Culliton, Patch Staff

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Cryptocurrency New York: 11 cryptocurrency companies sued

Eleven cryptocurrency companies are sued in a New York court due to violating cryptocurrency laws.


By Powerball, Neighbor

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Telegram: Blockchain organisation dispute NY Telegram injunction

Telegram Blockchain: Leading Blockchain governing body disputes temporary NY Telegram injunction order as it feels its unfair on TON


By Powerball, Neighbor

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New York Homeowners: The Difference Between Seeding And Sodding

Should you use sod for instant grass or plant seeds and watch your lawn take root? Here’s what you need to know.


By HomeAdvisor , Brand Partner

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BDG Shows Appreciation for Healthcare Professionals

Blumenfeld Development Group Provides Hot Meals for Healthcare Workers


By Douglas, Patch Contributor

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CBCF Supports The Memorial Sloan Kettering Employee Relief Fund

2020欧洲杯赛事 Cure Breast Cancer Foundation (CBCF) Supports The Memorial Sloan Kettering Employee Relief Fund Through This Difficult Time


By Cait Dickinson, Neighbor

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Beat the Pandemic Homebound Blues with Family-Friendly Card Game

2020欧洲杯赛事 Keep your Family Busy and Laughing with Award-Winning “Kids Against Maturity”


By Susan Cleiman, Neighbor

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Experience an All-Star Third Seder

2020欧洲杯赛事 An Online International Yiddish Cultural Celebration – on Sunday, April 12


By Daniel Phillip, Neighbor

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Coronavirus: New York witness worst day, with 731 deaths

Coronavirus leaves New York worst day of deaths with 731, however, Cuomo offers hope although Coronavirus deaths has increased.


By Powerball, Neighbor

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With June Regents Canceled, Here’s How NY Schools Will Decide Who Graduates

NY students who were set to take one or more Regents exams in June will be excused from those tests so long as they pass the related course.


By Chalkbeat, News Partner

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New 24/7 Online Broadway Radio Station

The best music from Off-Broadway, Broadway & the London stage.


By Stuart Brown, Neighbor

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Ephraim Zagelbaum: Elderly Care in Times of Quarantine

2020欧洲杯赛事 Ephraim Zagelbaum, New York-based healthcare executive, shares tips on how to take care for the elderly, in times of quarantine.


By Anthony Evens, Neighbor

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