Ready Player One: Long Island Man's Company Builds, Refurbishes Classic Arcade Video GamesCBS2's John Dias took a trip down video game memory lane on Wednesday when he toured Josh Guskin's basement.
'It's A Calling:' New Rochelle Fire Department Welcomes Third GenerationAmong 21 graduates Friday, the department welcomed a third-generation firefighter, following in the footsteps of family for the past 40 years.
Eagle Scout Hopeful Transforms Community Garden On Staten IslandThe current Boy Scout recently transformed a community garden to make sure more people can get their hands on fresh produce.
'It's Very Frustrating:' Nassau County Bridge Problems Leaves Residents StrandedThe bridge regularly gets stuck in the upright position stranding people on both sides sometimes for 24 hours.
Long Island Hospital Build Its Own Garden To Feed PatientsA hospital on Long Island has started growing its own food for its patients; helping to make their recovery easier and healthier.
Belmont Residents Say Neighborhood Is Plagued By Gang ViolenceNeighbors say all sort of gangs have taken over the Belmont section in recent years, marking the area with graffiti.
New Jersey Town Changing Street Designs For Safer Texting And WalkingThey've narrowed several busy roads and widened certain sidewalks, adding bump outs at corners to enhance what they call "traffic calming."
Officials Issue Warning For Clinging Jellyfish In New JerseyThe jellyfish about the size of a dime and difficult to spot in the water. Their stings can produce severe pain and may result in hospitalization.
NJ School District Stunned After Former Special Ed Teacher Leaves $1 Million DonationGenevive Via Cava spent her afternoons clipping coupons. She was a secret millionaire, saving her fortune for others.
No More ‘For Sale’ Signs On Homes In This Connecticut Town‘For Sale’ signs will soon be a thing of the past on homes in New Canaan, Connecticut. A six-month trial ban starts July 1.
Fair Lawn Bids Farewell To Beloved School Crossing Guard Ahead Of His RetirementFair Lawn Police Officer Lou Failla has been helping students at Warren Point Elementary School cross Broadway for nearly 14 years – about 150 kids a day.
Allendale, N.J. Police Rewarding Young People For Practicing Bicycle SafetyPolice in one New Jersey town are putting a twist on the old saying "click it or ticket," applying it to bicycle helmet safety.