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Richner Communications Inc., publisher of Herald Community Newspapers and The Riverdale Press, this week announced a $500,000 grant program to support local businesses. Through the Herald Small Business Marketing Grant Program, each Long Island business is eligible to receive up to $15,000 of matching grant funds, which can be used for marketing services to promote the business’ products and services. The Herald Small Business Marketing Grant Program is being supported by more
At the Herald, we want to add our voices to the growing chorus of supporters thanking our front-line medical workers and first responders who are, as they say, doing God’s work. more
Two weeks ago, one South Shore school board member issued an urgent appeal to students in her district: Stop congregating. Stay apart. That same day . . . more
Without offering specifics, Governor Cuomo said at his Thursday news briefing that additional funeral directors would be brought in to aid with arrangements for the hundreds of New Yorkers who are … more
In an online vote on March 30, the Glen Cove City Council accepted a proposal to purchase 200 test kits for Covid-19 antibodies that would return results in 15 minutes.  more
The number of Covid-19 deaths spiked to its highest overnight number yet from Tuesday into Wednesday, with 779 losing their lives, Governor Cuomo said Wednesday. That deadly night brought the … more
Everything seems to be different during the coronavirus pandemic, including funerals and burials. Business has increased dramatically, local funeral directors acknowledge, because of Covid-19. … more
Gov. Andrew Cuomo said at his daily briefing Tuesday that New York state health officials reported the single largest increase in deaths in the last 24 hours. Cuomo said 731 people died since … more
As another week has passed, and as we fight through this pandemic together, I continue to think about our Long Island Rail Road workforce, which continually rises to the challenge. more
Like many construction projects across the state, work at Garvies Point Development has come to a temporary pause due to a directive from Gov. Andrew Cuomo on March 27 that all “non-essential” construction work be halted to prevent the spread of Covid-19.  more
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