Queens Pop-Up Helps Showcase Local Vendors, Raises Money For Residents Displaced By FireJon Armendariz and his wife, Lisa, organized the Queens pop-up market with Kaleidospace, an arts collective that creates platforms for LGBTQIA+, minority- and women-owned businesses.
Staten Island Priest Rev. Angelo Micciulla In Dire Need Of A Kidney Donor; 'It's Hard When You Have To Ask For Help'He's prayed for so many, and now a priest on Staten Island is relying on the prayers of others to save his life.
Unlicensed Vendors In The Bronx Accused Of Taking Over Sidewalks, Taking Business Away From StoresTax-free masks, jewelry, soaps and even toothpaste -- it’s all available from vendors who take up the sidewalk along Fordham Road near the Grand Concourse.
Eric Garner's Family Pushing For Mayor De Blasio, Former NYPD Commissioner O'Neill To Testify On How NYC Handled 2014 DeathA Manhattan Supreme Court judge said Monday that a judicial inquiry into the fatal arrest of Eric Garner will begin this October.
New York City Restaurant Week Returns Monday With Even More OffersAfter a year and a half of canceled plans, reservations are open again for one of New York City's biggest events.
CBS2 Marks One Year Since The Death Of Our Colleague And Friend, Reporter Nina KapurShe was only 26 when she died in a moped accident last year in New York City. Since then, every day, her loss has been felt from all corners of our newsroom.
Unlicensed Street Vendors Return As New York City Reopens, Angering Some Business OwnersLocals say empty storefronts that accumulated throughout the pandemic have made it easier for illegal vendors to set up shop.
Battery Park Community Calls Decision To Postpone Essential Worker Monument, Create New Committee A 'Victory'There is an agreement that has been reached after controversy over Gov. Andrew Cuomo's plans to build a monument honoring COVID-19 essential workers.
NYC DOB Pressured To Take Action Regarding 15-Year-Old Sidewalk Shed On Upper West SideOne councilman has introduced multiple pieces of legislation addressing the issue, but he believes lobbyists from the real estate industry have prevented the city from enacting them.
'They Just Wanna Suck Your Blood': 82-Year-Old Bronx Woman Distressed By Nearly $1,000 In Sanitation SummonsesThe tickets were issued in May and June of 2020, at the height of the COVID-19 lockdown.
Newark Schools Detail Plan To Get Students Back On Track After Learning Gap Data Made PublicFor the first time, we're getting a picture of the pandemic's disruptive toll on learning in New Jersey's largest school district.
Yet Another Traffic Mishap Highlights Problems At Accident-Plagued Edgewater, N.J. IntersectionThe incident happened on River Road in Edgewater, a road that residents have said for years is now more like a highway where you have to cross at your own risk.
Tenants Fed Up With Scaffolding That Has Been Up In Front Of UWS Building For 10 Months, Despite No Work Being DoneA historic landmark on the Upper West Side is becoming a historic eyesore.
Back With A Bang: New York City Pulls Off Long-Awaited Macy's Fireworks ShowThe show was a salute to the hero within, recognizing the strength of the American people.
Exclusive: Brooklyn Residents Say Video Proves Sanitation Workers Issued False Tickets For Garbage On SidewalksThere's a situation in Brooklyn that some homeowners say doesn't smell right.