It’s Christmas time in the city! The season is known for holiday staples like the tree at Rockefeller Center, and the Rockettes at Radio City Music Hall.
Some of those impacted the most by Hurricane Sandy are now proud owners of wool, silk and cashmere suits.
Charitable organizations have mobilized workers and resources in the New York City area, in the wake of the devastation caused by Superstorm Sandy.
Superstorm Sandy caused widespread destruction and devastation across the Tri-State.
In the New York area, there are 500 Salvation Army red kettles and bellringers in operation now.
Trees that came down on Long Island as a result of Hurricane Irene have been cut up and pushed to the side of the road for crews pick up but that doesn’t seem to be the case in many areas.
It’s hard enough for the able-bodied and young to deal with the aftermath of Hurricane Irene. Imagine being elderly.
Jacob DeJesus had big plans for this summer. However, the gym he would have played ball in and the classrooms normally used for activities all sit empty, after the East Harlem day camp went dark for the first time in 24 years.
A Heat Advisory will in effect from noon to 8 p.m. on both Wednesday and Thursday because of temperatures in the mid 90′s.
The organization’s appeal comes in the wake of a $100,000 funding cut from the federal government.
Cleaning kits were loaded onto an oversized municipal truck in Little Falls to help residents get their lives back.
Chief Roy Gross of the Suffolk County SPCA says a last-minute appeal really helped.
In the cold and wind, the Salvation Army’s Gerardo Balmori and Giovanni Coello made it through the night singing Feliz Navidad again and again and again.
Who would steal from children in need? It’s a real Christmas crime – 60 gifts from a Salvation Army headquarters were swiped by a real-life Grinch.
After starting the week with just 10 hams, folks in the area delivered 400 hams to families in need, but the organization still needs a few more.