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Casinos are a jackpot of billions of dollars and thousands of jobs to begin with. And for the Catskills, a chance to reclaim the glory days of the old lavish resort hotels.
Realtor Brian Phillips said in a city known for extravagant rents, affordable rooms in convents are one of the real estate industry’s best kept secrets.
A new way to farm claims to be healthier than organic food, and tastier too.
Sunday’s bike tour will mean it will be tough for people to get around the city on four wheels.
Luxurious kitchens, swimming pools, and even gyms are being added to bunkers built just in case of an emergency.
Swedish furniture giant Ikea has issued a major recall on children’s bed canopies, because of a strangulation hazard.
It was a rushed evacuation of the Pets Alive Animal Sanctuary on South Warehouse Lane in Elmsford, forcing the owners to find homes for the 80 dogs and 80 cats all in one day.
The CRAIC Fest is wrapping on Saturday night. The event is an annual celebration of Irish culture and will conclude with a special screening of an ode to an FDNY tradition.
On Saturday morning, CBS 2’s Cindy Hsu sat down with designer and contractor Chip Wade to discuss the show and his tips for home remodeling.
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It is very cold out across much of the country but that will not stop thousands of people in more than two dozen cities from going for a run in their underwear.
Products and styles from across the country were on display at the Pet Expo held at the New Jersey Convention Center in Edison.
FDNY Commissioner Salvatore Cassano and the New York Blood Center added the names of 13 bone marrow donors to the “Honor Roll of Life” at the 10th annual induction ceremony for the blood center Wednesday.
On Saturday, founder Bob Benjamin and singer/songwriter Garland Jeffreys sat down with CBS 2’s Cindy Hsu to discuss the event that has raised more than $2-million for research since 2000.