Saturday May 11
Staten Island teen 1 of 5 nationwide honored for service
Keith Amundsen, a Great Kills student who is completing his first year at the State University of New York at Oswego, was among only five students selected nationwide honored by Learning Ally last month during a ceremony in Washington, D.C. The young man, who was cited for his academic achievements, leadership abilities and his commitment to ... (more)
Bargain hunters descend on citywide yard sale
It may be Orange County's smallest city, but Port Jervis hosted a huge community yard sale Saturday that crisscrossed much of its 21 2-square-mile area, and drew bargain hunters from throughout the entire tri-state region.
Staten Island's Candice Guardino uses real life as inspiration for her off-Broadway show
Sometimes, the takeaway is funny and entertaining, as it was a few years back in Anthony Wilkinson's off Broadway romp "My Big Gay Italian Wedding." But a lot of the time, it's just stereotypes: Mob wives and made men, meatballs and mayhem.
$5 million in state funding could be on the way for Staten Island's Pouch Camp, lawmakers say
Nobody is toasting the marshmallows just yet, but $5 million in state funding could be on its way to preserve another 25 acres of Pouch Camp.
Traffic Alert: Traffic Shift Monday On Huguenot Bridge
From 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday, crews will be preparing the north end of the Huguenot Bridge for a traffic shift associated with the bridge construction project.