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Stories From Main Street: In 30th Year, Hungerthon Needed More Than Ever, Organizers SayThe 30th annual Hungerthon will be held Tuesday on WCBS 880. For more information, visit
Stories From Main Street: Long Island Woman Helping Others After Losing Son To HeroinKoenigsdorf started the Jake Koenigsdorf Foundation. She raises money and pays for addicts to enter treatment.
Stories From Main Street: Connecticut Nonprofit On Mission To Get Veterans Interview ReadyWhen America's servicemen and women shed their uniform, it's time for them to nail an interview and get a job. One Connecticut nonprofit is on a mission to help.
Stories From Main Street: New York School For The Deaf Gets New Playground 3 Years After SandyStudents at the New York School for the Deaf finally have a place to play three years after Superstorm Sandy destroyed its old playground.
Stories From Main Street: Group Gives Special-Needs Workers A Chance To Prove ThemselvesA nonprofit in Rockland County is looking for employers willing to hire people with special needs.
Stories From Main Street: Yonkers Police Launches Substance Abuse Prevention InitiativeThe Yonkers Police Department has launched a new initiative to show kids the dangers of substance abuse.
Stories From Main Street: Rockland County Works To Redirect Excess Food To The HungryRockland County Legislature Chairman Alden Wolfe has formed a Food Recovery Task Force.
Stories From Main Street: Stapleton Making A Comeback On Staten IslandStapleton, one of the oldest waterfront communities on Staten Island, is making a comeback and could become New York City's next hot neighborhood.
Stories From Main Street: Mamaroneck Schools Praised For Initiative Helping Hispanic StudentsTeachers and counselors monitor a student's individual progress and challenge them.
Stories From Main Street: As Tunnel To Towers Race Grows, Foundation Expands MissionThe donations still fund Sept. 11 education and related charities, but the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation now also builds customized homes for disabled veterans.
Stories From Main Street: Late TV Reporter's Family Raising Awareness For Brain AneurysmsThe family of a local television news reporter who died of a ruptured brain aneurysm has started a foundation and fundraiser in her memory.
Stories From Main Street: 14 Years After 9/11, Legacy Of 'Man In The Red Bandana' Lives OnAttorney Matthew Weiss was so moved by Crowther's valor and sacrifice that he has spent four years making a documentary about him, titled "Man in Red Bandana."
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