Employers Hosting Job Fairs On Long Island In Dash To Hire WorkersWith pandemic unemployment assistance now gone, families are no longer seeing the extra money each week that helped so many through layoffs and cutbacks.
NYC Vaccine Mandate: Where And How To Show Proof Of Vaccination For Indoor ActivitiesThe mandate takes effect August 17, and enforcement will begin on September 13.
9/11 20 Years Later: Survivors Gather For First Time To Share Painful Experiences, MemoriesThe group of survivors says it's so important to continue sharing these stories, so we truly never forget.
Information About Greg C. Washington's 'A Walk To Honor'Washington's mission is to raise awareness of the growing suicide rate amongst veterans and civilians in the USA.
Manville Residents In Need Of Cleaning Supplies, Nonperishable Food, Other Essentials After Ida Flooded HomesResidents in Manville and other parts of New Jersey continue to clean up from the remnants of Hurricane Ida, and they need help.
In The Market For A Used Car? Experts Say Make Sure It Wasn't Damaged By FloodingSome sellers will try to hide damage by taking the car to get a new title in a different state.
Police Warn Looters, Scammers Trying To Take Advantage Of Storm Victims In Flood-Ravaged Manville, NJPolice are warning of looters, primarily looking for scrap metal amongst the rubble.
Ewing, N.J. Police Officer Recounts Rescue Of Woman Caught Up In Ida Floodwaters Captured On VideoBody cam footage from Officer Justin Quinlan shows him walking through waist-deep water on Sept. 1 at Whitehead and Ewingville roads, responding to a call of stranded drivers.
Retired FDNY Firefighter Says Old Helmet Brought Him Back To South Bronx Fire House One Day Before 9/11Jerry Sanford was working as a public information officer in Florida when a fire chief there showed him the antique helmet with the number 42 on it, which Sanford recognized.
Retired Flight Attendant Walking From Boston To New York To Honor 20th Anniversary Of 9/11As we approach the 20th anniversary of 9/11, a retired flight attendant is honoring crew members lost in the attacks by walking from Boston to New York.
Queens Families At Odds With President Biden's Claim That Climate Change Caused Ida Destruction: 'This Is A Sewage Problem'A day after showing President Joe Biden their storm-ravaged homes, families in Queens were back at work, continuing the massive cleanup ahead of more rain in the forecast.
Ida Resources: How To Report Damage, Find Shelter, Food, Mental Health Support & MoreHurricane season is bringing extreme weather to the Tri-State Area, including widespread flooding. 
President Biden Approves Major Disaster Declaration In Parts Of New York And New Jersey, Authorizing Federal Aid For Storm VictimsPresident Biden signed a declaration to pump out federal funds to the local level, which will help New Yorkers in dire need.
Ida Aftermath: Leaders Of New Jersey Counties Not On Federal Disaster Declaration List Say They Should BeTwenty seven people died in New Jersey as a result of the remnants of Hurricane Ida and four people remain missing, three in Passaic County and one in Essex County.
Yonkers Sanitation Workers Spend Labor Day Clearing Debris From Homes Damaged By IdaOn this Labor Day, countless homeowners and workers were laboring, cleaning up debris and totaling up the damage from Ida.