Wednesday marked the beginning of phase one of businesses reopening on Long Island, but many retail business owners are wondering why they can't reopen if the proper safeguards are in place.
Retail businesses on Long Island say that they don't understand why they cannot reopen alongside other parts of the state if the proper precautions are being taken.
Small businesses are trying to find ways to survive during the coronavirus pandemic.
For the first time in two months, customers dined outdoors at restaurants under a warm spring sun Wednesday across Connecticut as the state began a lengthy process of easing restrictions meant to combat the spread of the coronavirus.
Some restaurants in New York City are already looking for solutions to help them reopen when the coronavirus lockdown comes to an end.
Thanks to the state's work testing and a drop in hospitalizations due to coronavirus, non-essential retail businesses in the state are beginning to reopen, although barbershops and salons will still not reopen until June 1.
Michigan State Police said people who are cutting hair on the front lawn of the Capitol in Lansing are being ticketed for disorderly conduct.
Advocates say small and diverse businesses are inherently at a disadvantage when it comes to the SBA’s Paycheck Protection Program.
A recent survey done by Fishbowl, a employee social networking platform, found that the majority of its respondents said they were are working up to 10 more hours at home than they normally would if they were still working from their offices.
Fish Tales in Ocean City, M.D. is using giant inflatable inner tube tables to ensure customers maintain safe social distancing.
The owners of a gym in southern New Jersey have again been cited for reopening the business in defiance of a state order that shutdown nonessential businesses to help stem the spread of the coronavirus.
The Brooklyn institution is now offering pickup and delivery from a limited menu and butcher shop items.
That haircut will have to wait. Salons and barbershops across Connecticut are not being allowed to reopen on Wednesday after all.
Bob Van Bourgondien said business at his wholesale greenhouse should be booming but like so many other industries, they, too, have been uprooted.
More construction, manufacturing and curbside retail pickups have begun in parts of New York state. Shuttered sectors of the economy started reopening slowly Friday in a wide strip down the middle of the state that was spared the brunt of the outbreak.
A revealing new study finds that one out of every four restaurants in America won’t re-open when the coronavirus crisis ends.
A new survey of hundreds of restaurants, bars, and clubs is painting a dire picture for the New York City hospitality industry.
The new Small Business Pulse Survey from the U.S. Census Bureau highlighted the impact COVID-19 is having on small U.S. stores, retailers and businesses.
Restaurants were some of the first to close, and are expected to be some of the last businesses to reopen during the COVID shutdown, and the Paycheck Protection Program that was meant to help is in some cases having the opposite effect.
With the unofficial start of summer on the horizon, shore businesses across the region are hoping that states will reopen soon.