April 29: 5 non-COVID-19 news items from across the tri-state area

Here's a selection of five non COVID-19 stories across the tri-state area.

News 12 Staff

Apr 29, 2020, 5:55 PM

Updated 1,484 days ago

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Looking for some news that is not about COVID-19?  Here's a selection of news items from across our regions:
WINNING TAKE 5 TICKET SOLD ON LONG ISLAND: The ticket is worth more than $24,000 and was sold Tuesday at a grocery store in Rocky Point.
INDIAN POINT NUCLEAR POWER PLANT TO PARTIALLY CLOSE: Half of Indian Point nuclear plant is shutting down this Thursday, and the closure is already straining the finances of local cities.
GIANTS PICK UCONN ATHLETE IN NFL DRAFT: The Giants selected UConn's Matt Peart in third round of NFL draft pick. Peart says playing for Big Blue is a dream come true.
BOIL ADVISORY REMAINS IN PLACE FOR JERSEY CITY AND HOBOKEN AFTER MAIN BREAKSuez Water says pressure is returning to normal and everyone should have water. The break occurred Tuesday in Kearny.
ISSUES TO BE RESOLVED AT BRONX BUILDING WITHOUT GAS FOR FIVE MONTHS: Families have been relying on hot plates given to them by building management to cook their meals. 
 


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