Two people were honored Tuesday who had nothing in common except a fateful moment, and a heroic heart.
It has been more than three weeks of hardship for residents of Staten Island who were all but destroyed by Superstorm Sandy, but on Wednesday night, they tried to forget about it all as they enjoyed a free early Thanksgiving dinner.
Queens residents have been left scratching their heads after a $260,000 alternative energy tram in Fort Totten Park was scrapped for a $20,000 alternative after only three years.
The New York City Conflicts of Interest Board said both Marty Markowitz and chief of staff Carlo Scissura acknowledged that their conduct violated the city’s conflicts of interest law.
With a new year comes new goals for the city boroughs. Borough President Scott Stringer joins CBS 2 to give the State of the Boroughs report.