Warnings of a second wave, NYC's indoor dining cap upheld, & more

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New Yorkers are being warned that rising coronavirus infection rates could soon mean the citywide closure of schools and businesses (Gothamist)

With votes still being counted in local races, South Brooklyn is on the verge of electing a QAnon supporter (Curbed)

The city's restaurants won't be able to increase indoor dining capacity after a state judge upheld the current limits (The Real Deal)

The MTA is reintroducing a two-way toll on the Verrazzano-Narrows Bridge for the first time in 35 years (NY Post)

A Bronx pastor who sold his congregation's land to developers with the promise of getting a new church says he has nothing to show for it (The City)

NYC will have a shortened ice-skating season at Rockefeller Center because of a planned renovation of the sunken plaza (The New York Times)