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Wall Township Man Charged In Alleged Shovel Attack On Municipal Worker

Aggravated assault and weapons charges have been filed against a central New Jersey man who allegedly hit a municipal public works employee in the head with a snow shovel.

02/15/2014

Residents in Rockland County shoveling snow (credit: CBS 2)

Rockland County Residents Already Sick Of Snow

Sheets of ice covered so many roads up in Nanuet that even professional plow operators were having trouble driving around.

01/18/2011

Shoveling Snow In Astoria (credit: CBS 2)

Shovels And Plows Out In Force In Queens

Some people went out on the street early Wednesday to clear paths to work. Three workers at the Neptune Diner on Astoria Boulevard had to keep shoveling and salting to make the parking lots available.

01/12/2011

Ambulance In Nassau County (credit: CBS 2)

Elderly Advised To Take It Easy This Snowstorm

Residents can tell from the piles of snow on the sidewalks that this storm didn’t bring the accumulations we saw from the post-Christmas blizzard. However, doctors still said to keep an eye on the elderly.

01/12/2011

A man uses a snow blower in Oakland, NJ - Dec 27, 2010 - Photo: Laura Paratore

Take Care With Snow Blowers And Shovels!

At the Westchester Medical Center emergency room, they’ve seen their fair share of emergencies since the snow moved into town.

12/28/2010

A car is buried in snow as people attempt to shovel out in Manhattan's East Village December 27, 2010 in New York City. A blizzard pounded the East Coast of the United States delivering 20 inches of snow to New York City while snarling post-Christmas travel. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)

Injury Breakdown: Snow Shoveling Safety Tips

Are you stuck with the unwelcome task of shoveling snow? If you haven’t been hitting the gym regularly or training for snow shoveling as your sport of choice, you may be waking up with some aches and pains. Here are a few tips to dig yourself out a little more safely.

WFAN–12/28/2010