Camp Riverbend in Warren altered its activity and used a combination of water, shade and air conditioning to keep campers safe.
Power outages have become a major concern this week, as Tuesday marks the first in a series of hot days.
Officials and park goers hope the collies will finally make their poop problems go away for good.
All transactions are completed through the app, which means you never need cash to drop off your car, pick it up or tip your valet.
Con Edison crews worked overnight to make repairs to the system, including fixing power lines that became so overheated, they caught on fire.
It’s the second day of hazy, hot and humid conditions across much of the Tri-State area.
There’s a new attraction at Jordan Lobster Farms this week – a crustacean so big employees are surprised by it and customers would rather take pictures with it than eat it.
A family was in shock late Wednesday, after 21-year-old college student was struck and killed by a falling tree outside her home in Bergen County, New Jersey.
Soccer coaches say being able to watch elite female soccer players from their home state has made a difference to the girls they teach and thousands of others across the state.
The trade show features everything from chocolate to cheese. It’s not open to the public, but CBS2’s Elise Finch gave us a look inside.
Tuesday began as a summer scorcher for the New York City area, but extreme heat gave way to pounding rain and power outages for many.
A potentially painful nuisance washed up on a beach in New Jersey. Lifeguards on Long Beach Island found a ‘Man of War’ on the sand, now beach goers are being warned.
On a soggy Sunday morning, thousands ushered in the summer solstice in Times Square by taking part in an all-day yoga event.
Taste Asia 2015, being held Friday and Saturday, celebrates the deep culinary arts of Asian and Asian-inspired cuisine.
The fine for a first-time offense would skyrocket from $1,000 to $10,000 and the maximum penalty would be $50,000.