Social Distancing, Mask Rules In Effect For Beachgoers Eager To Celebrate July 4th In New York, New JerseyLots of folks were taking advantage of the good weather at Asbury Park in New Jersey.
New York City Expands Open Streets Program To Give Restaurants More Room For Outdoor DiningThe closed streets give pedestrians more room to walk, and restaurants can put tables out both on the sidewalk and in the street.
Protesters Continue Fight For Racial Justice Over Holiday Weekend At 'Confronting July 4th' March In BrooklynDemonstrators started at Fort Greene Park and made their way to Prospect Park.
Chatham, N.J. Brings July 4th Parade To Residents After 12-Year-Old Girl's Suggestion To MayorEmma Zapata served as the honorary Grand Marshall of the Chatham Borough parade.
Joey Chestnut Breaks Record, Putting Away 75 Hot Dogs In Nathan's Famous Hot Dog Eating ContestEating champion Joey Chestnut spoke with CBS2's Steve Overmyer shortly after winning his 13th Yellow Mustard Belt.
As Dog Days Of Summer Approach, Many Wonder If We Need To Wear Face Masks OutsideSome people think it's too hot to wear a mask. Other just don't want to.
Bombers, Fighter Jets Will Fly Over NYC For U.S. Military's July 4th CelebrationIt's part of the U.S. Military's event called "Salute to the Great Cities of the American Revolution."
New York City Beaches Open Wednesday, Pools Coming SoonThe delay is due to the coronavirus pandemic and the city's budget crisis.
Parents Concerned About How To Keep Kids Occupied, Cool In NYC This Summer Without Pools, Camps Or BeachesThe city is still trying to determine where to open cooling centers, even considering schools and auditoriums as a possible option.
Coronavirus Precautions Remain In Place As New York City Officially Ushers In SummerSome New Yorkers told CBS2 they're going to make these summer months all about friends, family, fitness and faith that things are getting better.
With Summer Starting Saturday, Local Power Companies Say They're ReadyWith the temperatures rising, many of us have already started cranking that air conditioner.
Many Summer Camps Already Choosing To Go Virtual, And Determined To Provide Quality ExperienceAs parts of the Tri-State Area start to ease restrictions caused by the coronavirus pandemic, residents are hopeful summer camps will reopen as well.
What Summer Activities Are Safe? Doctor Discusses Do's And Don'ts For Your Social LifeAs you step back into a summer social life, doctors are warning you, be cautious.
Memorial Day Travel Expected To Hit Record Low Due To COVID-19Memorial Day weekend travel is expected to hit a record low this year, with air travel down 88% and due to the pandemic
Gov. Murphy Increases Number Of People For Outdoor Gatherings New Jersey To 25There is good news for New Jersey residents hoping to enjoy the Memorial Day weekend and the nicer weather moving forward.