Kids weigh in on the inner workings of Christmas and Santa.
This year hasn’t been particularly kind to sports franchises in the Tri-State area. Every team has something (in certain cases, multiple things) they’d like from Santa.
As CBS2’s Christine Sloan reported, some still have a long list of gifts to buy.
Hundreds of kids got an early appearance from Santa Saturday, thanks to the Police Athletic League.
Would you like to help make someone’s dreams come true this Christmas?
New York City offers practically as many ways to celebrate the holiday season as it does bodegas and taxis. Below are our favorite offbeat ways, perfect for after you’ve seen the tree at Rockefeller Center and watched the Rockettes kick.
Melissa Ortiz started the tradition four years ago to teach her own children about gratitude and appreciation.
With the holiday season underway there are a lot of kids out there who are expecting a lot of presents. There are also a lot of parents who are wondering how they can avoid drama when their children don’t get everything that they want.
As Christmas approaches and children look forward to the big day, there’s a teacher in Rockland County who took it upon herself to deal with the issue of Santa Claus. Now it’s become a controversy.
With the Giants and Jets scheduled to play on Christmas Eve, Craig invited the staff over to watch the game at his house. Surprisingly, no one took him up on the offer.
A 109-year tradition, Volunteers of America’s Sidewalk Santas can be found stationed beside their signature chimneys throughout Manhattan every Friday in December. But not without some schooling first.
Babylon town supervisor and Suffolk County Executive candidate Steve Bellone stepped in last week to save Santa Claus from budget cuts.
Tracking Santa’s travels is a celebrated tradition at the North American Aerospace Command, and it unfolds Friday for the 55th year.
Looking ever so jolly, Archbishop Timothy Dolan played Santa Claus sitting in a corner handing out gifts wrapped in red paper to needy kids at St. Cecilia’s on 106th Street.
Democrats and unaffiliated voters overwhelmingly found the Republican governor to resemble Charles Dickens’ bah-humbugging character.