Holiday Train Show Back In All Its Glory At New York Botanical Garden After Limited Capacity Last YearFrom the Statue of Liberty to One World Trade, Radio City to the Apollo Theater, Central Park to Grand Central, New York City's top attractions are all in one place for the holiday season. 
Arthur Avenue Looking 'Back To Normal Again' As Leaders Encourage Shopping Local For Holiday MealsWith just two days to go until Thanksgiving, many people are making their last minute purchases for the big meal.
Cardinal Dolan Helps Hand Out Thanksgiving Turkeys In Harlem: 'A Great Time In The Life Of The Community'Dolan said, for him, the Tuesday before Thanksgiving marks the start of a beautiful season.
Tri-State Area Airports Already Bustling With Thanksgiving Travelers; Experts Say Pack Your PatienceMillions of Americans are crowding airports and hitting the roads in what's expected to be the biggest holiday travel period since the pandemic started.
Bergen County NAACP, Rep. Gottheimer Organize Turkey Giveaway In Teaneck To Help Those In NeedThanks to a huge community effort, hundreds of families in New Jersey will now have food to put on the table this Thanksgiving.
Holiday Food Giveaways Needed This Year More Than Ever, As Pandemic Food Insecurity PersistsThe pandemic has left millions of New Yorkers hungry. A new report finds 1 in 7 city residents has struggled with food insecurity, with the Bronx hit the hardest.
Gov. Hochul, National Guard, Volunteers Help Pack Thanksgiving Turkeys To Be Given Away StatewideThe governor thanked volunteers for their efforts and encouraged everyone to help neighbors in need through volunteering and donations. 
NYC Health Commissioner Dr. Dave Chokshi Shares His Advice For Safe Holiday GatheringsA recent study found the majority of Americans surveyed plan to celebrate like they did before the pandemic. 
Hundreds Of Volunteers Working To Make Sure Thanksgiving And Chanukah Are Memorable For Many New Yorkers In NeedHundreds of volunteers working five- and six-hour shifts are doing something that lets people feel the warm embrace of community.
TSA Confident Start Of Federal COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate Will Not Impact Staffing During Thanksgiving Travel PeriodAmericans are crowding airports and hitting the roads as the holiday travel rush begins.
Volunteers Around NYC Working To Ensure Everyone Is Fed This ThanksgivingAhead of the holiday, Gov. Kathy Hochul is also doing her part, signing the Nourish NY program into law.
Health Experts Concerned About New Wave Of COVID After ThanksgivingWith record-breaking numbers at airports and more people gathering this year for Thanksgiving, health experts are concerned that could ignite a winter wave of new COVID cases
The Squeeze: Experts Suggest Shopping For Locally Made Gifts To Avoid Supply Chain Issues This Holiday SeasonExperts say if you haven't started shopping already, you should now. This year, many big box retailers are starting Black Friday deals early.
Widow Of Former Marine Who Started Toy Drive In Honor Of Late Husband Says Donations Are Desperately NeededTonianne VanDerveer and her niece Alexandra Daras started collecting toys for the Marines' Toys for Tots three years ago shortly after VanDerveer’s husband, Jamie, died from cancer.
Holiday Traditions Coming Back To Life Across New York CityIt's beginning to look a lot like Christmas in New York City.