Nassau County Volunteers Gearing Up For Stand Down To Assist Veterans In NeedOn Long Island, officials say the need for food for struggling families and veterans has not eased, but help is coming. 
Outrage Fills Elmhurst, Queens After Park's Vietnam Memorial Is Vandalized With Spray-Painted GraffitiCrews were cleaning the wall and memorial inside Elmhurst Park, where the graffiti was spray-painted. One veteran who saw it said it felt like he was punched in the gut.
Memorial Day Tradition Returns In-Person At Intrepid Museum: 'The Moment We've Been Waiting For'Last year's ceremony at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum was virtual. This year, veterans and their families said they were so glad to be there in person.
Bethpage Air Show Lifts Off On Memorial Day For First Time In Event's HistoryAs the Air Force Thunderbirds flipped and members of the Army Golden Knights Parachute Team jumped, thousands of people marveled at the magnificence of military planes and members during the show.
Families Welcome Back Freehold's Memorial Day Parade: 'Our Version Of Mayberry'Freehold's Memorial Day parade is the oldest and largest in western Monmouth County, with an average of more than 70 units participating each year.
Meaning Of Memorial Day Lives On At Long Island National Cemetery: 'Remember What It Cost'Even with the National Cemetery Administration calling off last year's events, many still came out on their own and returned again this year to visit family.
New Headstones Honor Black Servicemembers Buried At Mount Moor Cemetery In Rockland CountyThe headstones replace markers that were damaged or had disappeared over the years from Mount Moor, an African American cemetery dating to 1849.
Watch: CBS News' Steve Hartman On Continuing 'Taps Across America' TraditionLast Memorial Day, new traditions were born because the pandemic forced the cancelations of parades and ceremonies.
Many Veterans Say Memorial Day Should Again Be Observed On May 30, To Remind People The Holiday Is About Showing RespectMemorial Day is officially Monday, but several veterans groups in the Tri-State Area honored those who made the ultimate sacrifice Sunday.
Vet2Vet Helps 101-Year-Old WWII Veteran Walter Reed Overcome Rehab; 'We Heal Each Other'Walter is a widower and lives alone in East Rockaway. But no one wants to leave him alone. 
Thousands Of Long Island's Veterans Receiving Free Holiday Meals, Winter Essentials At COVID-Safe GiveawayThousands of Long Island veterans whose lives were upended by the pandemic will soon be getting free winter necessities.
Veterans Honored At COVID-Safe Veterans Day Events Across Tri-State AreaInstead of New York City's annual Veterans Day parade, there will be a 100-vehicle motorcade on Fifth Avenue. 
Disabled Veterans Thinking About Nothing But Hockey When They Hit The Ice At Prudential CenterDisabled veterans are finding solace on the ice. A nonprofit hockey team isn't just an outlet for them to play, it's giving them purpose.
Early Veterans Day Ceremony In Manhattan Pays Tribute To WomenTwo dozen trees were planted back in 1925 as a tribute to American women who died overseas during World War One.
Long Island Moving Ahead With Aggressive Legislation To Help Veterans Impacted By Coronavirus PandemicWith Veterans Day coming this week, there has been more outreach to help those service men and women struggling with mental health issues, food insecurity and more.