N.J. Judge Rules Sexual Abuse Case Against Boy Scouts Can ProceedA New Jersey judge has ruled against the Boy Scouts of America’s bid to have a 20-year-old sexual abuse lawsuit thrown out.
Boy Scouts Visit 9/11 Memorial To Honor Lives LostThis Fourth of July, a solemn group of Boy Scouts and other people gathered at the 9/11 Memorial to place small flags to honor those who died in the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.
Boy Scouts Of America To Begin Admitting Transgender ChildrenThe Boy Scouts of America announced Monday that it will allow transgender children who identify as boys to enroll in its boys-only programs.
Thieves Steal $1,100 Of Gear From Boy Scouts’ Trailer Outside Long Island ChurchPolice on Long Island were looking for the cold hearted thieves who stole some Boy Scouts' camping equipment. It happened just as dozens of scouts were preparing for their monthly camping trip.
15-Year-Old Girl Denied Permission To Join Boy Scouts Because Of GenderA 15-year-old girl with dreams of becoming an Eagle Scout is speaking out after being denied permission to join the organization because of her gender.
Pinewood Derby National Championships Pull Into Times SquareThe Pinewood Derby has been a time-honored Boy Scouts tradition for more than 60 years. On Saturday, Times Square will host the national championships.
After 75 Years On The Job Newark Scoutmaster Is Ready To RetireHe has devoted more than seven decades of his life to the Boy Scouts, but the time has come to say goodbye to Troop 102 -- the troop he founded.
Fundraiser Set Up To Help Pay NJ Boy Scout Leader's Medical Costs After Bear AttackFriends of a New Jersey Boy Scout leader who was attacked by a bear are trying to raise money to help pay his medical bills.
Official: Bear Attacks NJ Boy Scout Leader, 3 Scouts Left UnharmedThe Scout leader was flown to a hospital for treatment of injuries that are not considered life-threatening.
Boy Scout Board Approves End To Blanket Ban On Gay AdultsThe new policy was approved Monday by the BSA's 80-member National Executive Board in a teleconference.
Boy Scouts' New York Chapter Hires Nation's First Openly Gay Eagle ScoutThe Boy Scouts’ New York chapter has hired the nation’s first openly gay Eagle Scout as an employee, which is in public contrast to the national scouting organization’s ban on openly gay adult members.
Eternal Light Monument Cleaned Ahead Of Veterans Day ServiceOne of the city's most meaningful landmarks got a cleaning on Saturday, ahead of a landmark anniversary.