LI Nurse Gets Nation's First COVID Vaccine: Patch Week In Review

Alex Costello

LONG ISLAND, NY — Here are some of the biggest stories that Long Island Patches covered this week.

Long Island Nurse Gets Nation's First Coronavirus Vaccination

She's the director of patient care service at Long Island Jewish Medical Center's critical care unit, according to her LinkedIn profile.

2020 Christmas Light Displays Across Long Island [MAP]

Looking to catch some amazing Christmas light displays around town? We've got a map with hundreds of locations.

2nd Man Dies From Injuries In Long Island Deli Shooting

An arrest has been made in the Saturday night shooting.

Long Island Yeshiva HS Site Hacked, Anti-Semitic Propaganda Posted

Photos and video circulating on social media appeared to show anti-Semitic propaganda and racial slurs were published to the school website.

Life Of Beloved LI Coach Saved In 'Miracle' Rescue On Court

"I have two birthdays now. My regular birthday, and Nov.30." — Coach saved by quick-thinking LI staff after he collapsed playing pickleball.

Carter Rubin On Winning 'The Voice': 'I Am Still In Shock'

"All I want to do is make people happy and bring people together. That's the biggest win." Carter Rubin speaks to Patch.

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This article originally appeared on the Massapequa Patch