Holiday Decorations Damaged In Queens And Long IslandPolice on Long Island and in Queens are investigating separate incidents of holiday decorations being vandalized.
CBS2 Exclusive: Police Investigate Apparent Holiday Hate Crime On Long IslandPolice said the Plainview widower was on his way to synagogue when he spotted the vandalized homemade treasure toppled and trashed on his front lawn.
2 15-Year-Olds Arrested In Vandalism Of Long Island MenorahTwo teens have been arrested and charged as juveniles after a menorah was found vandalized earlier this week in Suffolk County.
Police: Menorah Found Vandalized On Long IslandPolice were searching Monday night for the vandals who damaged a menorah in Suffolk County.
New York Jews Embrace ThanksgivukkahA Hanukkah celebration was held outside the site of Brooklyn's largest menorah, which stands at 32 feet tall.
Holiday Celebrations Underway In YonkersSanta and Mrs. Claus were on hand for the festivities, the couple watched as Emanuel Ringers and Yuletide Carolers put on live performances.
Menorah Found Burning Outside Brooklyn Religious CenterFirefighters arrived at the Chabbad Lubavitch of Kensington religious center to find the 5 by 3 foot menorah in flames.
New York City To Celebrate Chanukah With Lighting Of 32-Foot-Tall MenorahNew York City was set to start the celebration of Chanukah Saturday evening with the ceremonial lighting of a 32-foot-tall memorial at the southeast edge of Central Park.
Giant Menorah Destroyed On Long Island; Cops Asking For Public's Help In InvestigationBurton Radish said he couldn't believe what found on his front lawn on Tuesday morning. He was referring to what was left of a menorah that stood approximately 5 feet tall and 5 feet wide.
Jews Across Tri-State Mark The Beginning Of ChanukahThe festival of lights began at sundown, and is observed for eight nights. It commemorates the rededication of the holy temple in Jerusalem in the 2nd Century.
Jews In Tri-State Area And Worldwide Begin Celebrating Chanukah TonightThe festival of lights begins at sundown, and is observed for eight nights.
The 4 Best Chanukah Celebrations In New York City In modern times, people celebrate Chanukah by lighting the menorah, spinning the dreidel for gelt and eating oil-rich foods such as potato pancakes—also known as latkes. Here are 4 ways you can celebrate Chanukah in New York City.