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Woman Charged With Murder After Dumping Newborn in Trash Can
A Staten Island woman has been charged for allegedly killing and dumping her baby in a trash can outside the condo complex she lived in.
March 14, 2016
Too Many Turkeys: Staten Island Calls Foul Over Bird Woes
NEW YORK—The U.S. Department of Agriculture is tackling a turkey problem on Staten Island. CBS New York says residents ...
March 10, 2016
The Associated Press
My Husband Is an Alcoholic. Do I Stay or Do I Leave?
Dear Kathy, My husband of 19 years is an alcoholic. Every night after work, he crashes on the ...
April 10, 2015
Amazing Clearance Sales!!
Dear Kathy, I love a good bargain and the mall near me has amazing clearance sales. I ...
April 9, 2015
A Ferry Can Now Take You From Midtown to Red Hook for $9
New Yorkers can now take a ferry from West 39th Street in Midtown Manhattan to Red Hook in ...
December 16, 2014
‘Hungry for Love’ Filmmaker Justin Ambrosino and Producer Soojin Chung Celebrate Food, Film and New York City
OKAY, I'M FORCED TO ADMIT IT... I'm a Foodie, and if there's anything I love as much as ...
December 14, 2014
Janet Walters Levite
The Model Who Convinced 167 Classmates and 4 Teachers to Join Ferguson Protest
NEW YORK—Leading hundreds of angry teens in protest of the deaths of unarmed black men at the hands ...
December 5, 2014
How Much of NYC Have You Seen? Vintage Ads Inspire Locals to Travel
Thirty years ago Williamsburg was an abandoned industrial area, unwelcoming at best. Then artists and independent shops took ...
October 15, 2014
The City’s Other 9/11 Burial Ground Welcomed as Park
NEW YORK—There was a time when a big chunk of Staten Islanders’ quality of life was determined by ...
October 10, 2014
Residents Angry at City Agency’s Failure to Hold Rule-Violating Police Officers Accountable
NEW YORK—An independent agency charged with vetting complaints from the public about police misconduct held its first public ...
September 11, 2014
Following Ferguson Protests, Calls to End Racial Profiling at NYC Eric Garner March
At Saturday's march in Staten Island protesting Eric Garner's death, the crowd's grievances took a decidedly more racial ...
August 23, 2014
Seattle Firm to Design New Class of Staten Island Ferries
The Staten Island ferry system is set to get a multi-million dollar upgrade to its aging and heavily ...
August 7, 2014
A New Yorker’s Guide to Getting a Philadelphia Soft Pretzel In NYC
BILL COSBY ON HIS FAVORITE SMELL OR TASTE IN PHILADELPHIA..... "A soft pretzel with mustard." OKAY, YOU'VE ...
July 29, 2014
Janet Walters Levite
Staten Island Waterfront Fills In
Staten Island real estate is growing, with a number of new waterfront properties recently open for sales.
July 21, 2014
Neighbors Save Children in Staten Island Fire
Deadly tragedy was averted during a multihouse, five-alarm fire on Staten Island early Thursday morning that left 34 ...
June 6, 2014
Indicted Staten Island Congressman Makes Court Appearance
U.S. Congressman Michael Grimm was back in court Monday over federal indictment charges first unsealed last month.
May 19, 2014
Staten Island Speed Camera Shut Off, Tickets Refunded
A speed camera installed by the Department of Transportation on Hylan Boulevard and Burbank Avenue has been shut ...
February 12, 2014
Halloween Marsh Victim Rayshawn Moreno Sentenced to Prison
Rayshawn Moreno was sentenced Feb. 11 to three-and-a-half years in state prison and two-and-a-half years of post-release supervision, the ...
February 11, 2014
After Sandy, Staten Island Community Chooses State Buyout
Demolitions in Oakwood Beach are the unofficial start of a process of returning the area to nature under ...
January 20, 2014
City’s Largest Solar Energy Facility to Be Installed on Staten Island
NEW YORK—New York’s largest solar energy facility will be installed at Freshkills Park on Staten Island. It will ...
November 26, 2013
Real Estate Trends in the Boroughs
If you are thinking about moving to New York City (NYC), you are not alone. But affordable housing ...
October 31, 2013
Counting His Lucky Stars, Twice
When the water from Sandy rushed down Coffey Street in Red Hook, Buddy Civitano’s business was spared from ...
October 26, 2013
39 Arrested in Drug Trafficking Bust on Staten Island
Five women and 34 men were arrested in a drug trafficking bust on Staten Island since Friday night. ...
August 13, 2013
Sandy Survivors Denied Aid Under Federal Rule
A federal policy established to prevent duplication of benefits dictates that agencies not give out funds to those ...
June 10, 2013
Hurricane Sandy Mold Problems Persist in Staten Island
May 10, 2013
Mold Left by Sandy Waters Persists in Staten Island, Rockaways
A report surveying 700 households affected by Hurricane Sandy on Staten Island has found two-thirds of homes still ...
May 7, 2013
Old South Ferry Subway Station Reopens
The Old South Ferry subway station reopened on Thursday, extending the 1 line to lower Manhattan for the ...
April 4, 2013
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