Women's History Month: Camelia Valdes Breaks Barriers As First Latina Prosecutor In New Jersey, First Woman To Become Passaic County ProsecutorValdes is also the first lead federal prosecutor of Dominican decent in the United States.
Survey Shows 61% Of Adults Experienced Unintended Weight Changes During Pandemic, Experts Say 'Don't Beat Yourself Up About It'Farah Khan, a registered dietician with Farah Z Khan Nutrition, says slowly make an effort to return to healthier habits.
Women's History Month: New York City Teens Among First Young Women To Earn Eagle Scout RankTwo New York City teens are part of the first class of young women who earned the rank of Eagle Scout.
Women Behind Times Square Restaurants Say Moms' Support, Love Of Feeding Others Help Them Persevere During PandemicBoth women immigrated to the United States as children and say their goal is to spark joy with food.
New Bill In New Jersey Would Require Refunds From Venues For Weddings Canceled Due To The PandemicMany families have lost thousands of dollars.
Climate Change Likely Lowering Chances Of More Snowy Owl Sightings In Central Park, LIU Professor SaysA rare snowy owl in Central Park brought delight to hundreds this year. But climate change could mean even fewer encounters with the elusive creatures.
Unseasonably Warm Weather Brings New Yorkers Out For Fresh Air, Fun & Family ReunionsOne mother and daughter were celebrating seeing each other for the first time in two months, on the last warm day when they could sit together outside.
International Women's Day Marked With Special Delivery Of Flowers For Frontline Workers At Elmhurst HospitalTulips symbolizing love and charity were ready for delivery outside of NYC Health + Hospitals Elmhurst.
Asbury Park Businesses Hopeful For A Successful Summer With Fewer COVID Restrictions Than 2020Deputy Mayor Amy Quinn says seasonal beach pass sales will not be limited. There will be enhanced safety measures for visitors and foot pedals for water fountains and showers.
Bitter Cold And Biting Winds Have Tri-State Feeling Like 'A Freezer'The pristine blue skies and unfiltered sunshine are deceiving on this winter day.
COVID 1 Year: Food Insecurity Grows Throughout Tri-State Communities, 'The Face Of Hunger Has Changed'From mass distribution sites in the heart of New York City, to handmade blessing boxes in suburban New Jersey, it seems no neighborhood hid from the hunger crisis cased by COVID.
COVID Vaccine: Washington Heights Sisters Pushing NYC To Begin In-Home InoculationsThere was a City Council vote Thursday to require Mayor Bill de Blasio's administration to announce a comprehensive plan to vaccinate homebound senior citizens for COVID-19.
Storm Watch: New Jersey Residents Preparing For Possible Power Outages From Latest SnowstormFreehold saw some of the most accumulation, on top of what was already on the ground from three weeks of storms.
Impending Winter Storm Could Lead To Record Monthly Snow Totals For Tri-State AreaMore snow is on the way, and the storm en route has the potential to put us in the books as a top 10, maybe even top five, snowiest February on record.
Religious Leaders Say Changes For Ash Wednesday, Lenten Season Offer Opportunity For Spiritual GrowthBecause of COVID, some traditions must be altered for the safety of priests and their parishes.