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Restaurants in New York City will be allowed to fill 35 percent of their seats as of Feb. 26, Gov. Cuomo announced Friday. 

Today they are limited to 25 percent capacity. That means an eatery with 50 seats, for example, could serve 12 patrons at a time today, but next Friday will be able to serve 17.

Amazon is not coming to Long Island City and now neither is a mixed-use, 28-acre development with commercial space, affordable housing, parks,…

The Queens Chamber of Commerce, with support from NewYork-Presbyterian Queens hospital, announced on Monday a $400,000 grant program to help borough businesses pay for products and services designed to allow them to operate this summer while keeping customers and their employees safe from the coronavirus. Businesses can apply for a grant online at bit.ly/3eMLXIk.