George Washington’s Birthday: Letter Sheds Light On First President’s First LoveWhile doing research for her first novel, “Dear George, Dear Mary,” CBS2’s Mary Calvi discovered a letter written by Washington that could be a big clue about his very first love.
‘Love, Deception And Vengeance:’ CBS2’s Mary Calvi Dishes About George Washington’s First, Forgotten RomanceAs we celebrate George Washington’s birthday on this Presidents Day, CBS2’s Mary Calvi dishes new details about the nation’s first president and his forgotten love story.
Plan In Place To Restore North White Plains Home Once Occupied By George WashingtonIt's an important local site you've probably never visited. The home George Washington used during the Battle of White Plains in 1776.
Presidents' Houses In New YorkStand where the country's most powerful men once stood, and sat, and slept, and ate.
Long Island Brewery Uses George Washington's 260-Year-Old Recipe To Create New BeerBeer lovers will be toasting the first presidential debate next Monday at Hofstra University on Long Island thanks to our first president’s taste for hops.
Travel Guide To Mount Rushmore National MemorialPractical travel guide to one of the jewels of the National Parks System, Mount Rushmore National Memorial
Historians Prepare To Mark Crossing Of The DelawareThe man who plays the lead role in the annual re-enactment is John Godzieba.
Dixon, Memphis Hold On To Top GW 71-66Michael Dixon Jr. scored 19 points and hit four free throws in the final 10 seconds to help Memphis hold off George Washington 71-66 on Friday night in the second round of the East Regional.
Best Historic Vacations In The USThe early colonial settlements along the Eastern seaboard, including Boston, Charleston, New York, Philadelphia and Washington, DC, are among the best places for an historic vacation in the US.
Toll Hike Coming To Port Authority Bridges And TunnelsStarting on Sunday at 3 a.m. drivers will have to pay more to cross Port Authority bridges and tunnels.
George Washington Statue Rededicated On 230th Anniversary Of Evacuation DayFor more than a century, Evacuation Day was celebrated each Nov. 25, marking the day British troops left New York City through the Battery in 1783. It was one of the city's biggest holidays.