Model Details Fall, Winter Surge Of Coronavirus In NY: Patch PM
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New Model Details Fall, Winter Surge Of Coronavirus In NY
The model, which estimates how the coronavirus can impact NY, also looks into the number of hospital resources potentially needed.
Former Long Island Teacher And Founder Of ALS Ride For Life Dies
Long Islander Chris Pendergast was an inspiration to the ALS community and beyond for his tireless activism for decades.
Father, Sister Found After Man Slit Own Throat Were Killed: Cops
Police have identified the father and sister of a man who killed himself during a police chase; they were killed, authorities say.
Police Chief Reverses Course, Investigates Swastika As Hate Crime
The Long Island police chief says his department is investigating an incident where swastikas were spray painted as a hate crime.
Man Stole Car, Kidnapped Woman, Led Officers On Chase: PD
Police say Mohammed Negadi stole a friend’s car with a woman in the back seat and fled police as they tried to get him to stop.
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Babylon Woman Starts Mask Business During Pandemic
Long Island Man Gets 35 Years For Robbing, Shooting Drug Dealer
Proposal For Affordable Apartments In Cutchogue Sparks Divide
LI’s Big Duck Lit Up Purple To Honor Emergency Nurses
U.S. Census Deadline Moved Up; Here’s How, When To Respond
2 Men Force Woman Out Of Car To Steal It: Nassau Police
Cuomo On Future Coronavirus Vaccine: ‘There Will Be Distrust’
Virtual Young LI Voters Candidate Forum To Be Held Thursday
Person At Sayville Middle School Tests Positive For Coronavirus
Rockland Rabbis Sue Cuomo, NY Over Red-Zone Coronavirus Rules
Mount Vernon Police Arrest Man Accused Of Vehicular Homicide
Rockland Mandates Masks For Kids On Buses, In School, Day Care
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