Recently, the New York Health and Essential Rights Act (“HERO Act”) was signed into law by Governor Cuomo. The HERO Act amends the labor law to establish workplace protections regarding airborne infectious diseases. Though the HERO Act was passed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, it establishes a standard for airborne infectious diseases moving forward. The HERO Act will require employer preparation and action across all industries. Section 1 of the HERO Act, §218-b, is effective as of June 4, 2021.
“When the New York Riptide finally take the field sometime in early December for their first home game since March 2020, Richard Lisk knows he will be feeling plenty of emotions. That moment will be the culmination of approximately 21 months of sorrow and frustration followed by optimism and a lot of hard work. “When I say I’m proud to be a part of something, I truly mean it. While I only started here just a little under 2 months ago, the Riptide has my world- literally! I love playing a very small role in
ACLD Announces 2021 POKER FOR A PURPOSE FundraiserIn-Person Poker Tournament Will Honor Bob Gebbia,Co-Owner and Operator of Palmer’s American Grille in Farmingdale. All Proceeds will Support People with Special NeedsSponsorships Available that will have Super Visibility and Looking for Raffle Items, Gift Cards and BasketsMay 6, 2021; Bethpage, NY – A spirited night of poker, gourmet food, cocktails and fun prizes await as Adults and Children with Learning and Developmental Disabilities, Inc. (ACLD) will
March 1st , 2021 Who: Lucky Clucker, Lessing’s Hospitality GroupWhat: Opening of Lucky Clucker FarmingdaleWhere: Door Dash, UberEATS, Grub Hub – delivery onlyWhen: March 1st 2021Website: www.luckycluckerchicken.comContact: Jennifer Cantin, Director of Marketing Lessing’s Hospitality Group Jen@lessings.com 631.671.9427 Lessing’s Hospitality Group Launches “Virtual” Restaurant (Long Island, NY… March 2021) Lucky Clucker, a
S:US provides services for Veteran Families who are facing eviction or are homeless in need of permanent housing. (S:US) Services For The Underserved envisions everyone has a place to call home, is healthy, productive and can enjoy the social connections that create a life of purpose. Bringing Hope, Possibility, and Opportunity to New Yorkers for over 40 years. Founded in 1978, S:US works with 35,000 individuals and their families every year to create pathways to rich and productive lives by offering
DISCOVER LONG ISLAND PARTNERS WITH NASSAU AND SUFFOLK COUNTY IDAS TO LAUNCH NEW MOBILE DOWNTOWN DEALS TRAVEL PASS New Innovative Mobile Passport Designed to Boost Regional Recovery Efforts and Provide Economic Stimulus for Small Businesses and Attractions Across Long Island LONG ISLAND, NY (August 13, 2020) – Discover Long Island has teamed up with both Nassau and Suffolk County IDAs (Industrial Development Agencies) to launch a new free mobile Downtown Deals Travel Pass. The new innovative
Twenty-four seniors at Farmingdale High School signed their letters of intent on December 2, 2019 to signify their commitment to college sports teams. The seniors gathered in the lecture hall of Farmingdale High School, where they were joined by family members, coaches, Principal Dr. Samuel Thompson, Assistant Principal Jed Herman, Director of Athletics Jeanne Berkoski, and Assistant Superintendent Glen Zakian. The Farmingdale athletes who participated in the signing play lacrosse, baseball,
Eichler, Allison. "Coming Together - Summit Council Brings Life To Community." Farmingdale Observer (New York) January 30, 2010. Page 1. http://farmingdale-observer.com/2019/01/30/coming-together/ September 11, 2001, was a tumultuous day in American history, but Long Island communities have never come together so strongly than during the time that followed to support and help those who needed it most. The Farmingdale Community Summit Council (FCSC) was no exception. As stated on their website, the summit