Light In The COVID Darkness: 88-Year-Old Becomes Talk Of Her Town For Spreading Love And Joy On The PianoPeggy Kramer recorded "Over the Rainbow" back in March of last year after her daughter noticed rainbows plastered onto windows of homes and in driveways in the face of COVID's dark wrath.
Sayville N Spice: Long Island Couple Gives Historic Building New LifeA Main Street spice shop has unlikely owners. CBS2's Elle McLogan reports.
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Sisters Say VP Kamala Harris Is Opening Doors, But 'It's Up To Us To Make Sure It Is Never Closed Again'On this historic day, a woman of African-American and South-Asian descent is inaugurated as vice president, but to the sisters of Alpha Kappa Alpha, Harris is more than that.
12-Year-Old Peyton Triano Committed To Helping Families In Need: 'No Matter How Old You Are You Can Still Make A Difference'The pandemic has just brought so many hardships to so many of our neighbors, but it has also served as an inspiration.
Actor Patrick Wilson, Theater Development Company Cinema Lab Hoping To Revive New Jersey Movie Theater Forced To Close Due To COVIDActor Patrick Wilson, who lives in New Jersey, wanted to be involved because he says movie theaters are the bedrock of smaller communities.
Remembering MLK: 3 Friends Who Spent Time In Jail Now Give Back To Underserved Communities With Food Delivery BusinessFrom serving time to serving up meals all over the country, on this Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day three men have defied the odds.
Remembering MLK: While Progress Has Been Made, Divides Civil Rights Giant Fought To End Still Exist TodayDr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy extends far beyond a day or a speech.
Remembering MLK: Jewish School, Catholic School In New Jersey Start Program Discussing Cultural DifferencesDr. Martin Luther King Jr. dreamed of a country where everyone came together.
At Village Revival Records, The Vinyl Collection Never Stops Growing"When it comes to music, I'm really greedy," owner Jamal Alnasr told CBS2's Elle McLogan.
New Jersey Girl Rescues 200 Books Local Library Was Going To Discard, Offers Them To Teachers, Children, And ParentsThere's a little girl from New Jersey who has been checking out books from the library since she was tiny. Now in eighth grade, she's spreading her love of books and reading throughout her community.
Only On CBS2: Illegal Parties Continue To Rage Across NYC In Violation Of COVID-19 RestrictionsThe New York City Sheriff's Office is primarily in charge of enforcement. When CBS2 asked why so many are going unpoliced, both the mayor and sheriff's offices say the city's resources are spread thin right now.