stories from main street
The New Rochelle Humane Society is trying to find homes for dozens of cats and kittens that were rescued from a hoarder house in White Plains.
Habitat for Humanity not only rebuilds neighborhoods, it’s trying to make them safer.
A charity in honor of one of three students killed in a fire at a Seton Hall University dorm 14 years ago is looking to make a difference and prevent other catastrophes.
Summertime water safety is a serious matter for Stew Leonard, Jr. and his family, who have turned their personal loss into something positive.
Volunteers are to the rescue in Sea Bright, where they have been working to rebuild homes that were destroyed by Superstorm Sandy.
A restoration project is underway for New York City’s oldest outdoor monument.
Girl AGain Boutique in Hartsdale specializes in second-hand American Girl dolls and accessories, but it isn’t your typical store.
Singers at a festival this weekend at Croton Point Park will pay tribute to Clearwater’s late founders Pete and Toshi Seeger.
A New Jersey therapy dog and his handler have received a special award for their work in responding to schools and communities in the wake of tragedies and other disasters.
A high school final like no other was held Wednesday at New Rochelle High School.
Two friends in New Jersey are helping reunite victims of superstorm Sandy with their belongings that were washed away.
New NY Bridge spokesman Brian Conybeare has been touring schools across the Hudson Valley to talk about the project. A recent presentation was recently held at Ossining High School.
New Alternatives for Children works to eliminate the crisis and the disorder to provide stability and love for the children.
The New City husband and father was paralyzed following a surfing accident at the Jersey shore last fall.
Sean Fisher died August 25, 2008 at football practice. The 13-year-old collapsed and died from an undiagnosed heart condition known as hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, a thickening of the heart wall.