COVID-19 updates, news, and related content
Cooking classes, MLK Day volunteer opportunities, virtual screenings, and more top this week's picks for Westchester County events you shouldn't miss.
Frontline workers in Westchester hospitals received their very first doses of the FDA-approved inoculation against the coronavirus.
The local pharma co. is beginning to supply Americans with the same antibody cocktail that Donald Trump received earlier this year.
Here's what you and your loved ones can do to have a happy and healthy holiday in the county, plus a quick guide to local COVID-19 hot zones.
Let us know what you think about in-person vs. remote learning for children and families in Westchester County during the COVID-19 crisis.
As active cases of COVID-19 in Westchester top 3,400, New York State health officials implement Cluster Action Initiative restrictions.
New Rochelle’s Pandemic Solutions utilizes repurposed special effects equipment to change the way Westchester businesses handle COVID-19 prevention.
While Westchester focused on getting the coronavirus under control, those worried about contracting it sometimes put their own healthcare on hold.
As coronavirus cases surge in parts of the state, Governor Cuomo unveils the long-awaited reopening plan for one of New York’s longest shuttered industries.
Accusations of IP theft and executive stock sales haven’t slowed down the company’s efforts to gets its antibody cocktail to market, or its record share prices.
The president has received a trial dose of the local biopharma company’s antibody cocktail, sending their stocks climbing — which he may still own.
Westchester’s 3 most popular independent theaters are seeking guidelines on how and when the last closed industry can get back in business.
With a fleet of enhanced safety measures and restrictions on capacity, Yonkers’ Empire City Casino is set to reopen to the public on September 21.
We conducted a poll of anonymous WM readers about their experiences working from home — or not — over the past few months.
The effects of the coronavirus pandemic have etched an indelible mark on the globe, as well as on our county, with practically every aspect of daily life turned upside down.
Not comfortable heading back to the gym anytime soon? These al fresco exercise sessions might be just right for you.
Beginning today, bowling alleys across the state can reopen, with other low-risk indoor activities and, yes, gyms following next week.
Public and private schools can officially reopen for in-person education. Here’s what you need to know.
Higher learning institutions are already preparing to reopen on-campus learning in New York. Here’s what college students can expect.
The beloved grocer delayed the Harrison store’s grand opening, but you can finally start shopping soon.