June 12 - 5 non-COVID stories from across the tri-state region

Looking for some stories that are not about the coronavirus?  Here's a selection of stories from across our regions. 
Mural honors Brooklyn trailblazer Shirley Chisholm at namesake park: The mural can be seen from quite a distance on the Belt Parkway, and beyond, as visitors approach Shirley Chisholm State Park. Brooklyn artist Danielle Mastrion said that’s how she wanted it be, when she was creating the mural.
Restoration of Depression-era Loew’s Theater in Jersey City theater gets boost: The city announced Thursday it has reached an agreement with a historic preservation group to solicit bids for a promoter and venue operator to resurrect Loew's Theatre in Journal Square. The theater was built in the late 1920s and hosted the likes of Duke Ellington, Bing Crosby and many other big names.
No new evidence found in police search of Avon property in Dulos case: Police found no new evidence while searching an Avon property for the second time as part of their ongoing search for missing New Canaan mother Jennifer Dulos.
Suspect sought in Dix Hills home robbery: Police released a photo of the man they say entered the home on Lincoln Avenue just before 5 a.m. on June 3.
Racist social media post by student upsets Marist College: College President Dennis Murray says hate has no place at Marist.