stories from main street
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.
Today, we have a story of people really stepping up the plate for someone in need.
More than 30 years after singer-songwriter Harry Chapin died in a car crash on the Long Island Expressway, his music still resonates. His legacy of giving lives on, too.
Yes, Annie, the sun will come out tomorrow. Just ask her co-stars.
20 years before George Washington was born, there was a member of the Concklin family farming in Rockland County. Now they’re celebrating their 300th harvest.
At Indian Larry’s Motorcycle Shop in Williamsburg, past the gleaming, sleek, custom-made choppers, you will find, on the back wall, a floor-to-ceiling photograph of a young boy – a boy who left this world too early, but a simple test could have saved his life.
For those dealing the with the emotional aftermath of a horrific experience, there is new help in Suffolk County.
A unique program in New Jersey is having great success getting people out of trouble and back on track.
When you think of summer camp, what comes to mind? Probably sports and swimming. But what about sirens?
In keeping with his Catholic upbringing and Jesuit education, Yonkers firefighter Patrick Joyce was truly a man for others. Now his community is giving back in his honor.
The war in Iraq is over and operations in Afghanistan are winding down. As veterans return home, their next challenge is finding a job.
This is a story about following your dreams and doing what you love.
The roar of a Harley-Davidson, the open road, and the wind in your hair. For a group of New York City firefighters, this is not your typical vacation.
Not everyone is grabbing an e-book this summer. Some bibliophiles are opening their own little front lawn libraries, WCBS 880′s Sean Adams reported.
For any parent of a child with autism, hope can be found in a red-haired freckle-faced girl named Rebecca Singer from Tenafly, WCBS 880′s Sean Adams reported.