More key supporters call on him to quit in the wake of the AG report that concluded the governor sexually harassed 11 women. Another issue being probed is whether Cuomo family members and other influential people were given priority access to COVID testing. There are 34 such videos — among hundreds available online from the company BrainPOP also teaching math, science and other traditional topics — are covered by the new policy, the superintendent said. Swimming at Jones Beach and Robert Moses state parks was delayed due to reports of sharks and two Islip beaches were closed after multiple sightings of "dangerous marine life," officials said. A "dispensation" — or official permission — to not attend Mass on Sundays and holy days of obligation because of the danger of getting infected with COVID is expiring, Catholic officials said.
The New York Islanders need to win Wednesday night against the Tampa Bay Lightning to keep their season alive -- and they'll get to do it at Nassau Coliseum, the building to which they'll bid adieu when this playoff run is over. Meanwhile, the Vegas Golden Knights laid an egg at their home arena, and now face elimination against the Montreal Canadiens , the significant series underdogs who continue to prove that they belong here. More: Playoff schedule Playoff Central. ET Lightning lead Could this be the last Islanders game at Nassau Coliseum? The Isles can't go out like this -- especially not after that embarrassing loss in Game 5, in which New York totally lost its identity. Coach Barry Trotz guaranteed a much better effort on Long Island.
NHL Playoffs Daily: New York Islanders, Nassau Coliseum on the brink
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At right is Legislator Arnold Drucker. The following are the texts of the State of the County delivered by the county executive and the response by Legislator John Ferretti:. And to our residents at home, thank you for joining me as we recap this past year—one we are not likely to forget—and look forward to the year ahead. Every single day since, Nassau County has been at war: to save lives; to keep the economy afloat, our businesses open, and our kids in school. Standing here now, I see a future brighter than ever.