Beloved Organist Retiring After Playing For 74 Years At New Jersey ChurchSince 1946, when he was just 14 years-old, Walter Miklas has been perched in front of an organ at the Zion Lutheran Church in Clark.
East Harlem's 'Festival Del Libro' Promotes The Importance Of Being BilingualHispanic Heritage Month is often recognized as a time to celebrate the Latino and Hispanic communities. It's also a time to promote unity. On Wednesday. one organization took that a step further.
Oysters Playing Vital Role In Keeping NY, NJ Waterways CleanIt's vital to keep oysters in an environment to grow and prosper in, so staff and volunteers with New Jersey New York baykeepers are constantly thigh-deep in local waterways.
Owners: Listen, The LOVE Sculpture Will Return To Midtown!An iconic Midtown statue was taken down and has since been replaced. But now some people are wondering, where's the LOVE?
Long Island Boy Becomes Sheriff For A DayDoug Grimmett, 12, got the unique opportunity to be sheriff for a day Tuesday with the help of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.
Jersey City Set To Roll Out 6-Passenger Via Ride-Sharing BusesYou've heard of and probably used ride-sharing cars to get around. But what about a ride-sharing bus that comes to you?
Report: New York Gets An 'F' For Shared Parenting Of Children Of DivorceA recent study shows New York is doing worse than almost every other state.
New York City Considering Ban On Chocolate Milk In SchoolsIt's a popular item on cafeteria menus. But, chocolate milk may soon be a thing of the past for New York City schools.
Construction Creates 'Chaos' For Parents Trying To Drop Off, Pick Up Students At Staten Island SchoolDropping off and picking up your child at school should be easy and safe. But at the Michael J. Petrides School, parents say it's anything but that.
Back To School: Helping Children Deal With AnxietySummer is winding down and school will soon be back in session. CBS2 has started a special back-to-school series to help students and parents prepare.
Amazing Reunion: New York Family's Long Lost Cat Returns Home After 11 YearsHe was found wandering, seemingly living in plain sight, just a few miles from his Dutchess County home.
Video: Woman Steals Stroller From Store, Leaves Behind ChildThree women accused of stealing a stroller from a baby supply store had to turn back around after forgetting some precious cargo.
NYC's First Aviation Summer Camp Teaching Teens To SoarCamp staff members say they hope to expand the program to other boroughs and make it year-round.
Patience And Fortitude, New York Public Library's Iconic Lions, Getting A CleanupThe kings of the concrete jungle are getting some much-needed spa time.
Pup And Circumstance: Service Dogs Graduate From Long Island Training Program, Meet New PartnersEach puppy is raised by a volunteer for over a year, then trained for six months before finally being united with their new partner in life.