Christmas Tree Vendors Start Popping Up Across NYCIt seems like overnight Christmas tree stands went up across the Tri-State area.
NYC's Parks Department Launches Annual MulchFest For Christmas Tree RecyclingNew Yorkers can now bring their Christmas trees to designated parks to be turned into mulch.
Experts Suggest Alternatives To Throwing Away Your Old Christmas TreeChristmas trees served us well during the holidays, but in the New Year, they are invariably tossed to the curb and left to be picked up as trash.
NYC To Provide Curbside Pickup, Recycling Of Christmas TreesTrees left out on the curb for pickup will be chipped and composted for city parks, gardens and ball fields.
NYC's 5 Best Stores for OrnamentsDecorating a tree is as individual a decision as figuring out what constitutes an ugly Christmas sweater. Put another way: beauty is in the eye of the trimmer.
5 Beautiful Holiday Trees in NYC (Beyond Rockefeller Center)
Dreaming Of A Green ChristmasThis holiday season, deck the halls with green decor, re-purposed wrapping paper and LED Christmas lights.
Christie Rips Jersey Shore Residents Who Don't Want Dunes As 'Extremely Selfish'The governor had harsh words for oceanfront property owners in New Jersey who are refusing to let the government build protective dune systems between their homes and the water.
New Yorkers Bring Christmas Trees To Recycle At MulchFestNew York City residents were set to recycle thousands of old Christmas trees this weekend, during the 17th annual MulchFest at sites in all five boroughs.
It's The Big Week For Christmas Tree Shopping"It's within 10 to 11 days of Christmas and everybody wants their tree up," said Mary, who runs the Stables Garden Center in East Moriches.
Sandy-Ravaged Long Beach Gets Special Delivery Of Holiday CheerDisabled teenagers from United Cerebral Palsy came to Long Beach to offer 60 individually decorated Christmas trees to children who lost possessions and homes.
New York City Christmas Tree Guide 2012From the iconic Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Lighting to the lesser known trees on the Upper East Side, there are plenty of festive spruces and firs to see in the city this season.