“I like that they made a camp for children who have cancer!” The kind of enthusiasm from Madison Lewinger, age 7, is typical of the cancer patients at Sunrise Day Camp.
As I uttered those words over the airwaves, e-mails, Facebook posts and Tweets came in. Enough, John! Enough! No more Weiner jokes!
After a man allegedly robbed a woman after pretending to be a Good Samaritan, residents in West Harlem fear the suspect will strike again.
An angry e-mail from a woman who claims that she is now a former listener…foaming-at-the mouth correspondence usually begins with…”I’ve listened to your station for years, but I will never tune in again because…”
1010 WINS’ John Montone recalls an embarrassing breaking news moment in the early days of his career.
Newark police will share on its website its use-of-force reports and internal affairs data, which include the number of citizen and departmental complaints received each month.
A special chef will be staffing a food truck on Long Island Friday, all in an effort to raise funds for Alzheimer’s awareness and research.
A few days after Superstorm Sandy’s surge drowned Jersey shore towns and turned lower Manhattan into the world’s largest outdoor saltwater pool, I visited a climatologist at Columbia University.
Radio Free Montone is a weekly blog where Montone takes you behind the scenes of news radio in New York City, and gives his observations on reporting in the greatest city in the world.
Parents, teachers and administrators surprised the kids at P.S. 10 in Park Slope by performing in a flash mob which included a choreographer, musicians, percussionists and puppeteers.
Police practices, educating our kids and the best way to deliver a vast array of city services will all be fair game during Campaign 2013 and CBS 2 will be putting the candidates for public office to the test, hosting a series of in-depth debates.
New Jersey residents were on the lookout on Sunday for the ‘sweet natured’ dog who was last seen on Friday on East Wilson Ave in Riverdale.
The Susan G. Komen for the Cure foundation’s Greater New York City affiliate honored 1010 WINS Tuesday at for a 25-year partnership in creating breast cancer awareness.
In a statement announcing his retirement Harrington touted the University’s achievements over the past 24 years, but only alluded to the difficulty of the past year.
Cops told 1010 WINS that a 19-year-old girl showed up at Einstein Hospital on Saturday night and told the staff that she had “given birth or had a miscarriage.”