Coronavirus Update: Online Funeral Services An Unfortunate Byproduct Of Social Distancing MandateThe increasing death toll as a result of the coronavirus outbreak is putting a strain on funeral directors.
With Space Running Out, New Project Looks At Cemeteries Of The FutureHalloween can conjure up images of ghosts and graveyards, but traditional burial sites could soon become a thing of the past.
Poll Shows Low Approval Rating For PBA's Pat Lynch, Officers Turning Backs On De BlasioA new poll Thursday showed a low approval rating for Patrick Lynch, president of the Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association.
Victims Of Hudson River Boat Accident To Be Paid Last RespectsA picturesque Rockland County village has become the epicenter of sadness, as family and friends prepared to say goodbye the victims of the heartbreaking boating accident on the Hudson River.
Last Newtown Massacre Victims Laid To RestConnecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy has ordered state flags to return to full staff beginning at sunset Saturday night, after the last of the victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre were laid to rest.
Bloomfield IHOP Hopes To Get More Business From Funeral DirectorsOne New Jersey IHOP owner has an unusual promotion he hopes some funeral directors won't be able to refuse.
Ask Asa: Uncovering Funeral Home Rip-OffsMaking funeral arrangements for a loved one is an emotionally and financially trying ordeal. And now CBS 2 has discovered that some local funeral homes are taking advantage of grieving customers with high pressure sales tactics.
Rockland Legislator Takes Stand Against Funeral ProtestorsEd Day, who has two sons in the army, is pushing a bill that would set up buffers between those who want to protest military funerals and the families of the soldiers.
Somber Services Held For Victims Of Manchester MassacreIt was a day of heartbreak in Connecticut as funerals were held for four of the victims of this week’s Manchester shooting massacre.