Thousands of girls spent the day trying to make history using cookies on Long Island.
One of the city’s most meaningful landmarks got a cleaning on Saturday, ahead of a landmark anniversary.
A homeless man who became infamous for shouting anti-Semitic slurs while dressed as Elmo in Times Square pleaded guilty Wednesday to a bizarre plot to extort the Girl Scouts.
Some people might say these are dark times with Congress deadlocked and budgets out of balance. But in Greenbugh, there is a ray of hope. You can get results from town hall.
Dan Sandler, 49, has been charged with trying to extort $2 million from the Girl Scouts of America. He pleaded not guilty to the charges on Wednesday.
The Girl Scouts’ slogan is “Do a good turn daily” and Troop 4324 in Saddle Brook certainly lived up to that.
Friday is National Girl Scout Cookie Day, and local Girl Scouts emma Lopez Fonte and Katie Genari visited The Couch to bring us some snacks.
It’s that time of year again when the Girls Scouts of America are out in full force to sell cookies.
The scouts will be stationed at 25 corporate offices and public venues on Monday, when schools are closed for Veterans Day.
The historic American organization, which began as an 18-girl group in Savannah, Georgia, will celebrate its 100th anniversary Monday. Across the United States, over 3.2 million current girl scouts will commemorate the milestone.
The bridge connecting Fort Lee with Manhattan was lit in green in honor of the 100th anniversary of the Girl Scouts.
It is a very special day for the world’s busiest bridge.
The George Washington Bridge will be pretty in pink, and then green, to honor two causes.
Together, the “Heart of the Hudson” Girl Scout troop and seniors from Queens, made gift bags for homebound senior citizens.
About a million cookies in thousands of boxes are being sent off to U.S. soldiers overseas as a gift from Nassau County Girl Scouts.