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A 52-year-old Staten Islander was shot to death Thursday morning inside the Brooklyn bodega where he worked, police said.
Police Officer Daniel Keating was patrolling on Staten Island's North Shore on Feb. 23 when, just after 11 p.m, he responded to a call for an unconscious man, possibly overdosing on drugs.
Mayor Bill de Blasio released with fanfare a report calling for changes to the city's Hurricane Sandy response - making homeowners eligible for acquisitions and reimbursements regardless of income level, and getting 500 homes under construction and 500 checks in the mail by summer's end.
Borough President James Oddo responded to some of the anger and frustration directed at local politicians over issues like the sale of Mount Manresa and Hurricane Sandy recovery at a mayoral press conference Thursday.
This Friday night, Staten Islanders ferrying to and from Manhattan will be in for an ocular treat -- a Statue Of Liberty silhouetted by fireworks.
City Comptroller Scott Stringer is forming a Sandy Oversight Unit to "hold government accountable in the rebuilding of New York City from Superstorm Sandy" and will host a town hall meeting for survivors on May 28 in Midland Beach.
Stained-glass windows at Staten Island churches have spiritual, artistic and historical significance that goes beyond religious denominations and the confines of parish buildings.
The Frank J. Reali III Foundation's annual golf classic, "Protecting One Heart at a Time," will tee off on Thursday, May 1, at the Grand Oaks Country Club , in Huguenot.
Drivers risk fines of nearly $1,000 and 11 points for speeding or aggressive driving if they're caught by the New York State Police in a crackdown from Thursday through April 24 announced by Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
The warm weather typically brings motorcycle riders back on the road, and Staten Island has already seen three bad accidents this month, one of them fatal.
A section of the Staten Island Railway was suspended early Thursday morning following an all-hands fire in Great Kills.
The Committee to Save Mount Manresa continues its quest on Wednesday to save the former spiritual refuge despite a second day of tree removal on the property in Fort Wadsworth.
It's not everyday you read about a 60-foot-long, 60-ton whale found dead off Staten Island's West Shore.
U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer brought his crusade to hold a Canyon of Heroes parade for veterans of the Iraq and Afghan wars to Staten Island Wednesday, saying the 9/11-fueled conflicts had "begun in New York City, where they hurt us so badly" and that it's befitting a celebration of troops who fought terrorism should be held here.
Some homeowners will begin to see flood insurance premium relief next month after the passage and signing of Rep. Michael Grimm's Homeowner Flood Insurance Affordability Act.
Students at St. John's University are among the people who have learned how to save a life from the Staten Island Heart Society.
Last week the mayor's office said he'd release the report Thursday during an event - and while there's no official word on where that event will be held, it seems likely it will be on Staten Island.