New Jersey Volunteers Helping Those In Need Around The World Get Eye GlassesIt may be 2019, but getting access to eye glasses is becoming more difficult for many Americans due to the cost.
Hundreds Of Former Flight Attendants Reunite At JFK AirportRetired Trans World Airlines flight attendants came together Thursday for their largest reunion yet.
Behind-The-Scenes: Macy's Elves Already Hard At Work On Holiday Window DisplayThe history of the windows goes back nearly 150 years when Macy’s had porcelain dolls on display in the 1870s. Now, with more than 10,000 people walking by every hour, thins have changed.
Father Of Toddler Seen Hugging Best Friend In Viral Video: 'I Think The World Likes To See A Little Bit Of Hope'The video shows Maxwell and Finnegan, both just 2 years old, running and hugging each other.
4 Generations Of N.J. Family Attend Same Elementary SchoolFor the last century, members of the same Lyndhurst family set out for the same school after Labor Day.
'LifeTown' In Livingston, N.J. Teaches Kids And Adults With Special Needs Real World LessonsAt LifeTown in Livingston, kids of all ages and adults with special needs learn how to navigate the everyday world.
Quirky Signs At Manhattan Park Reveal NYC's Humorous SideIt's not something you see every day in the park, but then again New York isn't like every other city.
Skateboarders Implore NYC Not To Turn Part Of Popular East Village Park Into Turf FieldA turf war is brewing in the East Village.
Queens Diner Owner Saves Child's Life After Learning Heimlich Maneuver From His Daughter"All of a sudden I heard the woman screaming ‘my baby, my baby, my baby is dying,’" Isaac Paschalidis, owner of the Jackson Hole Diner said.
Some Commuters Upset MTA Bus Schedule Is Going PaperlessIt's out with the old and in with the smartphone for the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, which is looking to modernize bus stops.
NYC's 'Pharmacy To Farm' Program Bringing Free Fruits To More People With High Blood PressureChances are, you've heard about "farm to table," but what about "pharmacy to farm?”
Meet Fiona, American Kennel Club's Millionth 'Canine Good Citizen'There's no question about it: Fiona is an extremely obedient dog, who can shake hands and come when called.
Summer Camp Trip To Covanta Union Waste Management Facility Gives Kids Green InspirationWhile most kids spend their summer at the pool or beach, a group of New Jersey students spent it training to be future environmental leaders.
Brooklyn Navy Yard Rolling Into The Future With Fleet Of Self-Driving VehiclesStarting Wednesday, six self-driving cars will begin to transport hundreds of Brooklyn Navy Yard workers during the work week.
Around 100 New Jersey School Districts May Turn To Vape Detectors To Catch StudentsWhile students may be resting all summer long, faculty members across the Garden State have been preparing for the new school year and a new fight against vaping on school grounds.