Millions of Americans are having difficulty paying off their student loans, and some senior citizens are finding out what happens if they default on those loans.
J.O.Y., which stands for Joining Old and Young Through Music, is made up of students at the Academy of the Holy Angels in Demarest.
The funds will be used to help almost 5,700 senior citizens who live along the east and south shores of Staten Island, in the Coney Island and Red Hook sections of Brooklyn and the Far Rockaway section of Queens.
There was more squabbling in Washington on Thursday as the nation prepared to go over the latest fiscal cliff — $85 billion in budget cuts.
The Hunger Action Network report shows that two-thirds of food pantries and soup kitchens have reported a drop in food donations while the majority of them said they served more people last year.
It’s hard enough for the able-bodied and young to deal with the aftermath of Hurricane Irene. Imagine being elderly.
Hundreds of seniors in Connecticut will be getting all gussied up tonight.
Seniors are protesting in Queens after learning their senior center may be facing the ax as a direct result from budget cuts.
From larger print on menus to brighter lighting and quieter music, New York City businesses are learning how to cater to senior citizens.
About five million American seniors are battling Alzheimer ’s disease, and among them is the father of CBS 2’s own Dr. Max Gomez. His story, sadly, demonstrates how the disease can impact a patient’s finances.
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This week on Eye On New York, seniors on motorized skooters, tenure for teachers, and a bank’s painfully slow service have people mouthing off to 1010 WINS’ John Montone on Mouth Off To Montone.
Senior citizens could be the next victims of New York City’s budget crunch. Elder advocates fear cuts in programs could be dangerous for the seniors who heavily depend on them, and the cuts look to run deep.
The federal government has all but ruled out a cost of living adjustment for the coming year. It’s the second year in a row benefits have remained frozen at their current level.