The Yankees today announced that the organization has extended their current radio agreement with WCBS 880 through the 2012 season.
WCBS 880 reporter Steve Knight was live at the World Trade Center site on Monday morning. He gave Boomer & Carton details of the scene the morning after Osama bin Laden’s death was announced.
Bloomberg called the slow response to clearing snow from city streets “unacceptable.” He said he doesn’t believe the Sanitation Department dragged out the plowing process, but will launch an investigation.
Why does it seem that people love it when New York City gets snubbed?
The Metropolitan Opera is showing its high-tech, high definition performances for free outdoors at Lincoln Center this weekend.
Did you hear (or miss) today’s report about kayaking on the Nissequogue River?
It’s a big problem among young children. Now, one Long Island mom is being proactive and trying to stop lice from infecting children in one school district.
Did you hear (or miss) today’s report about rocking out with Pat DiNizio?
Using bras to battle breast cancer? That’s the point of the annual Creative Cups fundraising campaign.
Her aunt has the early stages of Alzheimer’s Disease and will soon be in an assisted living facility.
New Jersey has had to spend about 20 percent more this year to fill potholes.
Did you hear (or miss) this week’s report from WCBS 880′s Sean Adams about brewing beer in Freehold?
A boat covered with blood was found last night floating on the water off Long Island. Police said the 70-year-old owner of the boat, named the Caramar, had committed suicide.
Did you hear WCBS 880′s Pat Farnack speak with Ben Zimmer about “Slaterisms” that have come from incident involving JetBlue flight attendant Steven Slater?
Over 150 stand-up paddle boarders will circle Manhattan Friday to raise money for eight autism charities.