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45 min ago |

What other rocks are found on Staten Island besides serpentinite?

While ancient serpentinite -- found from St. George to the LaTourette golf course -- forms our Island's backbone, it isn't the only kind of rock found here.


4 hrs ago | Bridal Guide

Woman Finds Wedding Dress Lost During Hurricane Sandy

Nicole Vinciguerra Pagliaro married the love of her life in her dream dress. A few weeks after her nuptials she took the gown to South Beach Cleaners on Staten Island to be preserved.


5 hrs ago |

Cops identify critically injured motorcyclist as 49-year-old Staten Island man

A motorcyclist critically injured on Monday following an accident in Arrochar has been identified by police as 49-year-old John Moliere, of Staten Island.


6 hrs ago | Newsday

Nicole Pagliaro, of Staten Island, finds wedding dress lost after superstorm Sandy

In Uniondale construction work on The Southern St Pkwy WB between Meadowbrook Pkwy/X22 and Grand Ave/Baldwin Rd/X20 in South Hempstead.


10 hrs ago |

Brooklyn Brewery May Open $70M Staten Island Base, Report Says

The famous craft brewery plans to open a new 200,000 square-foot manufacturing plant to brew more beer to ship overseas and is eyeing space on the West Shore of Staten Island, Crain's New York reported.


14 hrs ago |

The Budos Band teaches Victoria, BC the meaning of psychedelic afrobeat

The Budos band of Staten Island New York hit afro beat enthusiasts right where it counts with their sunny Sunday set at the Phillips Backyard Weekender in Victoria, BC.


Mon Jul 28, 2014

New York Daily News

Hamill: Rogue NYPD 'cowboy cops' need to go

Two recent arrests that led to cops being put on modified duty were caught on video.



Mayor de Blasio, Bratton seek to improve police-community relations

Back from vacation, Mayor Bill de Blasio is addressing the allegations of police choke holds.


Street renamed in honor of fallen soldier, Sgt. Michael Ollis

Burbank Street in New Dorp, where Ollis grew up and where his parents still live, was renamed Saturday in honor of the fallen soldier and seven-year U.S. Army veteran, who was killed in action on Aug. 28, 2013 in Ghazni Province in Afghanistan.


100 years after it began, Staten Islanders pay tribute to the heroes of the Great War

Monday marked the 100th anniversary of the start of World War I -- the Great War -- and those in attendance said they refuse to let anyone forget about the soldiers' sacrifices to preserve America's freedom.


Black Voice News

Community in Outrage Over Handling of Eric Garner Police Killing

By A.B. Nickerson Special to the NNPA from the New York Amsterdam News When a white police officer kills an unarmed Black man, as it happened last week on Staten Island, you can expect a furious outrage from one part of the community and an attempt to justify the death from the other side.


Staten Island People: If you could pick a theme song to play every time you entered a room, what would it be? (photos)

This week's Staten Island People query: If you could pick a theme song to play every time you entered a room, what would it be? Stephanie Accardo "The theme song that I would play as I enter a room would be "Spice Up Your Life" by The Spice Girls.


Crisis in Gaza takes center stage as Staten Island Muslims mark end of Ramadan

As Israeli airstrikes rained down in Gaza Monday , members of Staten Island's Muslim community gathered at Russel Timoshenko Field in Midland Beach to mark the end of the Islamic holy month of Ramadan.


Staten Island Readers' Choice: Cast your votes for 'Favorite Radio Personality'

More than 100 nominations for "Staten Island's Favorite Radio Personality" were cast last week via the SILive comments section and emails.


Inside Out: Joe Sciacca, former deputy boxing commissioner, turns 97 years young

It's difficult to fathom that longtime community leader Joseph R. Sciacca, the former deputy commissioner of the New York State Athletic Commission, boxing division, and former vice chairman of the Republican Party Committee - who's dined with presidents, distinguished sports legends and world-renowed celebrities - has turned 97 years young as of ... (more)



Bartow-Pell Mansion garden in the Bronx

No borough of New York City is lacking in green spaces, but if you're recognizing individual trees in Central Park or just can't seem to catch a lounge chair on the High Line, we've got 14 new options for you.


WNYC-AM New York

When 'Broken Windows' Leads to Busted Heads

Many across New York are still struggling to understand how Eric Garner - the Staten Island man accused of the minor crime of selling loose cigarettes - could wind up dead after five cops took him to the ground in a violent arrest.


Sun Jul 27, 2014

In case you missed it: Drunken Monkey brawl indictment, alleged attack on dog among crime headlines this week

From top left: Anthony Occhinero, who has been indicted in connection with a brawl at the Drunken Monkey; an officer stands over an ATM that was tossed into a creek in Travis; Nick Miller, who is accused of kicking a dog so hard it had to be euthanized; and convicted murderer James Biggs.


'Rolling Thunder' motorcyclists roar off Sunday on 10th annual 3-boro ride to support disabled vets, remember POW/MIA (with photo gallery)

Before revving up their engines and taking off at noon Sunday for the police-escorted caravan from Staten Island to stops at the veterans' hospital in Brooklyn and the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in lower Manhattan, several hundred motorcycle-riding members and supporters of Rolling Thunder's New York Chapter 2 gathered for a solemn memorial ceremony ... (more)


Staten Island Sunday: Sights and scenes in Huguenot

This neighborhood on Staten Island's South Shore -- located between Annadale on the east and Prince's Bay to the west -- can certainly claim historical bragging rights.



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