Give Thanks: Long Islanders Share What They Are Thankful For After This Challenging YearWhether alone at the table this year, gathered with close family for a scaled-down celebration, or maybe a virtual conversation in front of computers and tablets, the shared feeling is gratitude.
Car Veers Off Essex County Highway, Plunges Into Passaic RiverA crane later pulled the mangled car out of the water.
Macy's Keeping Holiday Magic Alive With COVID-Safe Thanksgiving Day Parade: 'Some Lightness To Some Heavy Times'The Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade had the usual trappings of floats and musical performances, but no crowds.
Prominent Chef Peter Kelly Helps Serve Thanksgiving Meals To Yonkers Public Housing, Where He Grew UpFrom the turkey, to all the fixings, this is definitely not your average charity Thanksgiving meal. It comes with a heaping cup of talent.
COVID Survivor Thankful For 'Second Chance In Life' After Near-Death Battle With DiseaseHe's an active 60-year-old with no pre-existing conditions, yet for him, COVID was unrelenting.
NYPD Officers Wounded In Queens Shooting Released From Hospital In Time For ThanksgivingBoth officers were shot while responding to a domestic violence incident Tuesday in Springfield Gardens.
U.S. Supreme Court Rules Against New York's Restrictions On Religious GatheringsCuomo imposed capacity limits on houses of worship in red and orange zones as a way to combat the coronavirus pandemic.
Bowery Mission Says Thanksgiving Meal Giveaway Is More Important Than Ever With More People Struggling During PandemicInstead of gathering inside, guests all received their meals in to-go containers and headed to nearby tents to eat.
NYPD: Suspects Wanted In 2 Separate Subway SlashingsThe first incident happened shortly before noon Saturday on board an A train approaching the High Street station in Brooklyn.
COVID In NYC: In Response To New Restrictions, Staten Island Restaurant Declares Itself An 'Autonomous Zone'As local COVID-19 cases continue to spike, parts of Staten Island are now in an orange zone.
Despite COVID Warnings, Many Still Traveling This Thanksgiving: 'There's Nothing That's Going To Stop Me From Seeing My Family'So far, the number of travelers is down, but above what health experts are recommending as COVID cases continue to spike around the nation.
No Balloons, No Bars: New Yorkers Kick Off Holiday Season Like No Other Without Usual Thanksgiving Eve TraditionsIt was uncharacteristically quiet on West 77th Street on Wednesday night. It's usually where the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade balloons are inflated, but this year, both the parade and the balloon inflation are being done without crowds.
Workers, Volunteers Help Distribute Food To Hundreds Of Families In HarlemCanned goods and turkeys were just some of the items handed out to help spread a little cheer.
Driver In Custody After Car Crashes Into Outdoor Dining Area In Greenwich VillagePolice say the 61-year-old driver suffered minor injuries. Charges are pending.
NYC Announces $35 Million In No-Interest Loans For Small Businesses, Encourages New Yorkers To Shop LocalSmall businesses in low-to-moderate income communities will be offered $35 million in no-interest loans, and a $700,000 grant will be given to community partners in those neighborhoods.