Teenagers Start Shoe Drive On UWS To Help The HomelessThey're taking the next step in their mission and helping those in need to take some steps of their own.
Churches Remain Closed In New York City's Coronavirus Hot Zones Following Judge's RulingThe ruling comes amid a setback in the nationwide fight against COVID-19 and a dire warning about so-called "COVID fatigue."
N.J. Organization Troubled By Letters From President Trump Taking Credit For Food Appearing In Donation BoxesLetters from President Donald Trump have recently surfaced in food donation boxes across the country.
COVID Pandemic Reshaping Holiday Shopping Season As Retailers Offer Major Deals In OctoberMajor retailers are kicking off Black Friday in October with major deals online, trying to lure families who may be more budget conscious.
New Jersey Postal Service Worker Arrested For Allegedly Dumping Mail, Including Election BallotsInvestigators say Beauchene made the dumps between Sept. 28 and Oct. 2. The mail was destined for addresses in Orange and West Orange.
Fatal Elizabeth Fire: Authorities Now Say 4 Killed, Including 3 Children, In Blaze That Also Destroyed BusinessesThe blaze started around 6 p.m. Monday inside a soda machine at the Dollar and Party Store on Elizabeth Avenue.
Mother Of 3 Accused Of Driving Drunk With Children In Car, Crashing SUV Into Home On Long IslandA Long Island mother is accused of drunkenly driving a car with her three children inside and crashing into a house in Brentwood.
Police Release Video Of Suspect Wanted In Deadly Stabbing At Chambers Street Subway StationThe suspected homicide shut down train operations at the station for at least eight hours.
Road To Reopening: Indoor Dining Resumes In New York City, As Officials Monitor COVID-19 ClustersThe city has said if the infection rate averages 3% for seven days, it will reassess indoor dining.
Strike For Breonna Taylor Aims To Show Essential Role Black Women Play In American EconomyPeople gathered in Zuccotti Park and called for action for the woman who was killed during a botched police raid in Louisville, Kentucky.
Community Members Band Together To Help Business Owners Impacted By Devastating Floral Park FireThey say bad news travels fast. But in Floral Park, restaurant owner Paul Capoziello is finding out that kindness travels further.
Restaurants Among 5 Businesses Badly Damaged By Fire In Floral ParkAn early Sunday morning fire wiped out a string of mom and pop stores on Long Island.
NYC Health Inspections, Enforcement Efforts Continue In Neighborhoods With Growing COVID-19 Infection RatesInspection and enforcement efforts continue after health officials reported COVID-19 spikes in parts of Brooklyn and Queens.
City Council Weighs Bills That Would Make Outdoor Dining Permanent, Expand Outdoor Heating OptionsCurbside dining could soon become a permanent fixture on New York City streets.
New Jersey Making Final Preparations For Unprecedented Vote-By-Mail ElectionAt the office of Bergen County Clerk John Hogan, the staff is busy sending out their first wave of ballots for the 2020 election.