stories from main street
If you live on the Jersey Shore and still haven’t received a flood insurance check, you’re not alone.
A Rockland County teenager is honoring the memory of the man who saved his life by helping save the lives of others, one pint at a time.
The March 7 concert will feature the music of Prince with help from Elvis Costello, the Roots, D’Angelo, Betty Lavette, Sandra Bernhard, Blind Boys of Alabama, Maya Rudolph, Talib Kweli, and Madeleine Peyroux.
“Now, I think, America may wake up to the priorities of taking care of our kids and making sure that they’re nurtured and feel safe,” Yarrow told WCBS 880 reporter Sean Adams.
For families coping with autism, life is a little bit easier because of 17-year-old Nick Lombardi from Ardsley, and it all stems from his own experiences with his younger brother.
LG Electronics plans to build a 143 foot tall office building in Englewood Cliffs and at that height, the building would rise above the tree line.
Andrew Carro and his wife Jule, of Oakwood Beach, lost everything. Their home shifted and the roof caved in.
Now that federal aid for recovery from Sandy is on the way, Gov. Chris Christie wants dunes from Cape May to Sandy Hook.
A person needs courage to follow the road not taken. Rockland County native Mark Svensson and his wife Esmine are taking that chance.
Volunteer ambulance squads aren’t just found in the suburbs. They exist in New York City as well.
It’s amazing. You take an egg, flower, sugar, butter, and vanilla, mix it all up, put it in the oven, and you get so much more than just a cookie.
Most people probably know the Stephen Siller Tunnel To Towers Foundation for its 9/11-related charities, but superstorm Sandy has them extending their efforts.
The sights, the sounds, and smells of the attack on Pearl Harbor are forever seared into Union resident Tom Mahoney’s memory. Now he’s trying to make sure that those memories don’t die with him.
They can’t always explain it, but something magical happens at the Children of Promise Stable in Nanuet.
No one will go hungry in the Jersey Shore community of Sea Bright. That’s because, following superstorm Sandy, a local restaurant owner and many volunteers are serving up enough food for an army, and they’re getting help from the National Guard.