Mac's Public House in Staten Island was closed after New York Sheriff's Department after it had witnessed 14 people, some eating and drinking alcoholic drinks, inside the venue.
New York rapper Casanova is still at large after being indicted on charges of conspiracy to commit racketeering, conspiracy to distribute controlled substances, and firearms possession.
"With COVID-19 cases rising steadily in the New Rochelle area and several red clusters emerging in Westchester County, it is clear to nurses that the hospital is not yet prepared for another surge of patients," said the New York State Nurses Association.
Leonard Shoulders, 33, was waiting for a bus in the Bronx when the sidewalk collapsed beneath his feet.
"But here's the deal: if somebody gets sick from what you did, you handle it. Don't call an ambulance and expose an ambulance driver. Don't go to the hospital," Cuomo said Monday.
According to the Weather Channel, which named the event Winter Storm Dane, the storm is driven by a growing low pressure system moving up toward the Northeast United States.
Mac's Public House in Staten Island has been fighting to stay open in defiance of coronavirus lockdown restrictions for non-essential businesses.
The organizers of the Saturday night gathering in the Garment District violated emergency orders and lacked a liquor license, police reported.
A cutout of Governor Andrew Cuomo's head peered into Joe Borelli's home during a Thanksgiving gathering that broke a 10-person rule.
Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio said that he didn't feel that the Supreme Court ruling was protesting lockdowns in the way that Pope Francis spoke about those who opposed restrictions.
"While we ... protect our communities, it is also important to protect that fundamental Constitutional right, religious liberty," Dolan wrote.
"I am grateful by the decision of the Justices of the United States Supreme Court, who have recognized the clear First Amendment violation and urgent need for relief in this case."
Despite the unorthodox celebrations this year, the beloved New York City event is being widely praised by viewers.
Late Wednesday, Trump-appointee Justice Amy Coney Barrett played her first decisive role in the Supreme Court as it ruled against Governor Andrew Cuomo's COVID-19 restrictions for religious services.
"I think that the Supreme Court ruling on religious gatherings is more or less illustrative of the Supreme Court than anything else."
The Roman Catholic Church and Orthodox Jewish synagogues in the Brooklyn and Queens borough of New York City sued to challenge attendance limits at houses of worship.
Several malls across the U.S. have decided to introduce new safety measures amid the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.
"Twenty people around a table, everybody drinking, passing turkey, laughing, kissing, hugging...Those commercials have nothing to do with what this Thanksgiving should be," Cuomo said Tuesday.
Homeless families demand that Mayor Bill de Blasio install Wi-Fi networks in homeless shelters housing school-age children before classes resume after the winter break.
Representative-elect Nicole Malliotakis of New York expressed optimism that some Democrats would "join us" in opposing progressive policies.
Several sheriffs and a New York City council member have said they plan to ignore the governor's new rules, calling them unconstitutional.
Onlookers shouted "no more masks, burn the masks," as the state's seven-day average number of cases hit the highest level since April.
New York has recently seen a string of weekend raids by local authorities, as secret events and clubs continue to disregard pandemic regulations.
"As the Bible says, we need to obey God rather than man. A pastor has a responsibility to keep his church safe, but also to keep it open," Jeffress told Fox Business Sunday.
The ban followed an unauthorized trip to Turks and Caicos by students from the university's Business School.
Health experts tell Newsweek that two key factors are playing a part in the case increase in areas with mask mandates, including pandemic "fatigue."
"They know very well that there's nothing here and that there was no tax benefit whatsoever," Ivanka Trump wrote of the investigators in a Thursday night tweet.
All public schools in New York City will cease in-person teaching for at least two weeks—but the restrictions don't apply to charter, private or religious schools.
The jokes keep pouring in, but by Christmas it will be beautiful.
The city's test-positivity rate reached 3 percent on Wednesday, a threshold that officials previously said would prompt widespread public school closures.