SUNY, CUNY Universities Waiving Application Fees For Veterans And Their SpousesVeterans and their spouses will no longer have to pay college application fees at State University of New York or City University of New York schools.
Veterans Hit The Streets For Annual Ruck March Through NYCThey carried weighted backpacks – or “rucks" – for an 8.5-mile march through Manhattan and Brooklyn.
Service Dog Helping Westchester Purple Heart Recipient Regain His IndependenceArmy Captain Victor Prato says it took a near-death experience to finally accomplish a lifelong dream -- owning a dog.
Local U.S. Marine Battling ALS In Hospice Care Honored For His Service Before Veterans DayThere are many who aren't well enough to make it to the festivities. Instead, they are being honored behind the scenes.
100-Year-Old World War II Veteran Shares Her Memories Of Service As A Flying NurseGage served three years as a flight nurse during World War II. She just turned 100 and the memories make her smile like she is 24 again.
87-Year-Old Veteran's Homemade Warship Models Raising Money And Spirits For SeniorsMonday is Veterans Day. The country will honor all the brave men and women who fought for us. But in Queens, one veteran does that every day, with help from his art.
Report Finds Military Members, Veterans Lose More Money To Scammers Than OthersA study from the Better Business Bureau found current and former service members who fell for a scam lost an average of $200.
'I Just Keep Going': 92-Year-Old WWII Veteran Serves Up Drinks, History As Bartender In Rockland CountyAt the Pearl River Hotel, many people come for the drinks. When 92-year-old Richard Whelan is behind the bar, they stay for the conversation. 
Foundation Makes World War II Veteran's LI Home Handicapped-Accessible After Bad FallThe 95-year-old veteran was unable to return to the Deer Park house he's called home for 55 years. Enter the Make It Count Foundation.
Local Vietnam Veteran Affected By Agent Orange Turns Tragedy Into Forgiveness, Brings Aid To CountryThe Rockland County man is packing once again, with his heart full of compassion and forgiveness, but scarred by deep loss because he was sprayed with Agent Orange more than 50 years ago.
NY Nonprofit Helping Veterans Network With Potential Employers, Find Job OpportunitiesThe company says it's on track to employ 5,000 new veterans and/or military spouses by next year.