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New Testing Sites Coming to Wyandanch and North Amityville
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New Testing Sites Coming to Wyandanch and North Amityville (Updated)

To increase detection of coronavirus, Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone announced that additional testing sites will be set up in North Amityville and Wyandanch. This announcement comes soon after data was released by the New York State Department of Health showing that a disproportionate number of COVID-19 cases have occurred in African-American and Hispanic communities.

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How Long Islanders Are Dealing with Coronavirus
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How Long Island is Dealing with Coronavirus

Coronavirus is hard to ignore at this stage in the game. It’s taking a toll worldwide forcing us to shift all aspects of our lives. Surfaces are unsafe and every cough is met with a paranoid stare or Google search. We decided to check in with some people on Long Island to see how they

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Long Island COVID-19 Update
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Long Island COVID-19 Update

Tuesday marks the highest number of deaths on Long Island in one day at 183 due to coronavirus. This brings to total up to 500 deaths in Nassau County and 263 in Suffolk County. Right now, Long Island is still considered a “hot spot.” The number of overall cases has reached over 30,000 cases on

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Why is it Crucial to Network Online?
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Why is it Crucial to Network Online?

“Networking” can be a broad and scary term. There is a misconception that this tactic of forming and maintaining relationships is only significant when it’s with top executives at one’s dream company. Mingling with a corporation’s VIPs is a great way to foster future opportunities, but in this age of technology, it is not the

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Why Peer Pressure Has a Good and Bad Effect on Teenagers

Peer pressure is a common term we often hear about. It is a phenomenon in which, teenagers especially, are influenced by their peer groups. Like the sides of a coin, peer pressure has both pros and cons. Researchers say peer pressure is detrimental to a teenagers’ psyche, but at times it can act as a

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#WomensHistoryMonth Spotlight: The Brave Women Tackling COVID-19
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#WomensHistoryMonth Spotlight: The Brave Women Tackling COVID-19

Even though we took a hit this month (thanks to coronavirus 🙄), the power of social media has allowed us to highlight some amazing women on Long Island. To close out Women’s History Month, we’re shouting out the female medical professionals, food service workers, women in media, teachers, and other essential workers who are putting

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Happy Bangladesh Independence Day!

The 50th celebration of Bangladesh Independence Day was still effect in spirit in spite of coronavirus. The traditional holiday commemorates the moment when Bangladesh broke free from Pakistan and became an independent nation. After a nine-month bloody liberation war, Bengalis finally gained the right to be called Bengalis freely. Typically the holiday consists of fairs,

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#WomensHistoryMonth Spotlight: Vera Moore
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#WomensHistoryMonth Spotlight: Vera Moore

The former actress turned entrepreneur is the president and CEO of the highly competitive family-owned business, Vera Moore Cosmetics. Over the past five years, she has built one of the most progressive and prestigious cosmetics and skincare lines for the global market. Vera started off in theater and eventually made her way to national television

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#WomensHistoryMonth Spotlight: Taylor Raynor
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#WomensHistoryMonth Spotlight: Taylor Raynor

In the words of Beyoncé who runs the world “girls!” This is true and we want to give it up for the girls and women who have made their mark on Long Island. Today we’re highlighting Assemblywoman Taylor Raynor. Raynor is an American and British citizen who was born in Brooklyn to Raulston and Towana

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