More than 6,000 retailers across New Jersey that sell lottery tickets will be handing out pamphlets under the “Not 18 Yet? No Bet” campaign to discourage underage gambling.
On Staten Island, a young woman is not letting her serious conditions hold her back from helping those in need, and now the Bronx Bombers have come to help her.
Honored as mentor of the year by Tuesday’s Children, Keith Pryde had no idea some of the New York Yankees would be presenting the award.
“Daniel’s Music Foundation meets the the New York Yankees,” was the announcement made at the Brooks Atkinson Threatre on Monday.
Lisa’s daughter Bethany was 5-years-old and consistently sick with fevers, ear infections and colds. Now, she is healthy and helping those who are sick.
All this week, we’ve been hearing about the amazing work of the Valerie Fund. Today, we have the story of two amazing child cancer patients and their hopes for the future.
You’ve been hearing this week about how the Valerie Fund puts young cancer patients at ease, but it also does wonders for their parents.
Even little children get cancer, including those who are barely old enough to speak, and the Valerie Fund is there to help them.
They are saving lies, but what children leave remembering of their experiences is remarkable.
With temperatures likely tipping the 90’s, thousands were planning to to spend a much-needed holiday soaking up the sun and cooling off in the water.
New Jersey found itself digging out from another major snowstorm Thursday and dealing with canceled flights, closed schools, some for the second day in a row, and slippery roads.
The jobs of eight teachers would be saved if the Bernards Township school board votes to accept the money raised by Dr. Adam Hecht and his wife.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie told anti-abortion activists gathered in the bitter cold Monday that they have an ally in him.
It’s not what you normally think about on your way to church. But on Tuesday parishioners were returning to pray for good health and to receive injections after being exposed to a potentially dangerous virus.
Nassau County health officials said Monday that thousands of parishioners at a Massapequa church may have been exposed to hepatitis A on Christmas Day.