50 People To Know: Montclair Mom On A Mission To Promote Community Inclusion For People With DisabilitiesMontclair mother Wendy Lacey just became a landlord, but her business model is a little different.
50 People To Know: Michelle Allen On The Joy Of Foster ParentingMichelle Allen, of the Bronx, believes she was born to be a mother. She became a foster parent and opened her heart and her home.
50 People To Know: How One Restaurant Owner Helped The Shore Rebuild After SandyFive years ago, Woody’s Ocean Grille was one of the most popular spots in Sea Bright. When Superstorm Sandy rolled in, Woody’s was just one of the town’s businesses that was devastated.
50 People To Know: Restoring St. Peter’s Bells With Mike CavanaughThe bells of Staten Island's oldest Roman Catholic church toll again for the first time in roughly 30 years.
50 People To Know: Meet Grandma Rosie, The Happy HatterRose Terhune is the quintessential grandmother. She’s on a crocheting crusade, making hundreds of hats and blankets for those in need every year.
50 People To Know: The Men Behind The Lung Transplant ProjectThey are two men handling two different diseases -- both saved by lung transplants.
50 People To Know: Roger & Michele Garrison's Tree Of LifeSome people adopt children from overseas. Roger and Michele Garrison, from Katonah, assumed responsibility for an entire orphanage in Haiti.
50 People To Know: How Jimmy Nolan Honors The Memory Of His Brother, MikeJimmy Nolan is on a mission to get guns off the streets of Yonkers. He does this in memory of his brother, Mike Nolan.
50 People To Know: FDNY’s Jim Sorokac & The Solemn Duty Of Tolling The 9/11 BellThe NYPD and Port Authority now share the task. But for 10 years, Sorokac alone stood at attention for four and a half hours and tolled the bell.
50 People To Know: Alicia McMillan's Care Packages For Cancer PatientsSixteen-year-old Alicia McMillan, of Rye, loves to bring a big smile to a little person’s face.
50 People To Know: Jay Winuk Turns 9/11 Into National Day Of ServiceOn September 11th, 30 million people are expected to do good by volunteering. Jay Winuk, this week’s 50 People to Know, helped establish 9/11 as a National Day of Service.