ALBANY, N.Y. (AP)—Gov. Andrew Cuomo tightened work-from-home rules Thursday as confirmed cases continued to climb in New York, an expected jump as testing becomes more widespread. But he stressed that roadblocks and martial law for New York City were merely ...Read More »
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Trump administration has upgraded its already dire warning to Americans against all international travel as the coronavirus outbreak spreads. The State Department on Thursday issued a new alert urging Americans not to travel abroad under any ...Read More »
State and federal lawmakers have been busy crafting emergency legislation to provide paid time off for workers affected by the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. The the new legislation was not finalized by Wednesday afternoon so employers should stay informed on new ...Read More »
Monroe County Clerk Jamie Romeo announced several changes to operations at the Downtown Filing Office located in the County Office Building to help fight the spread of COVID-19. Starting at 9 a.m. Wednesday, the following changes will take place until ...Read More »
NEW YORK — Coronavirus has become a “get out of jail” card for hundreds of low-level inmates across the country, and even hard-timers are seeking their freedom with the argument that it’s not a matter of if but when the ...Read More »
State Supreme Court Justice Craig Doran, administration judge for the Seventh Judicial District, has issued a detailed plan for court operations implemented to fight the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Court officials are emphasizing that non-essential court functions have been ...Read More »
A 56-year-old New York City prison investigator died Sunday of the coronavirus, weeks after he began showing symptoms and went home to self-quarantine. At a county prison in Pennsylvania, the virus sickened the maintenance director about a week ago, sending ...Read More »
Just like every other aspect of life is being impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, federal, state and local courts are taking special precautions to slow the spread of illness. The New York State Unified Court System issued a memorandum announcing ...Read More »
In an effort to follow health officials’ guidance on social distancing to avoid spread of the coronavirus the Rochester Police Accountability Board will postpone all meetings until further notice. Previously noticed meetings on March 19 and 26 have been cancelled. ...
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New York state court officials have announced that civil jury trials where opening statements have not by Monday will be postponed until further notice to combat the spread of the coronavirus. Criminal jury trials will continue where jeopardy has attached. ...
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Although coronavirus, or COVID-19, has not yet caused major disruptions in Rochester, it’s simply a matter of time before it does. And business and community leaders need to be prepared, officials say. “The most important message I can impart to ...Read More »