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3 hrs ago | SILive.com
At 5:15 p.m., typical Staten Islanders find themselves in the thick of rush hour and meals are being prepared for dinner tables across the borough.
7 hrs ago | SILive.com
Rack Room Shoes made its New York debut Thursday, joining a list of 10 new stores opening this summer at the Staten Island Mall in New Springville.
8 hrs ago | SILive.com
When a Tompkinsville man, wearing an "Enough is Enough" t-shirt, heard then news that Eric Garner's death was ruled a homicide by the Medical Examiner's office Friday afternoon, he screamed cheers of joy and gave high-fives to anyone who was around.
8 hrs ago | SILive.com
Now that an art showcase has popped up in Port Richmond, could the neighborhood be an art-scene-in-formation? Time will tell.
10 hrs ago | SILive.com
A distraught middle-aged woman allegedly attacked another woman on the S51 bus Thursday afternoon, according to a spokeswoman from the MTA.
11 hrs ago | Wall Street Journal
The death of a Staten Island man who was placed in a chokehold by a New York Police Department officer was ruled a homicide on Friday, the New York City Office of the Medical Examiner said.
13 hrs ago | Daily Kos
The city medical examiner has ruled the death of Eric Garner, the 43-year-old father whose death in police custody sparked national outrage, a homicide, saying a chokehold killed him.
14 hrs ago | SILive.com
The first time Wayne Tucker dared to sit on a bench in the courtyard outside his home in the Arlington Terrace Apartments in Mariners Harbor, he recalls, he saw a 22-month-old girl get shot in the eye.
19 hrs ago | SILive.com
That's all it took, nearly 70 years ago, to launch native Staten Islander Jim Romano's intriguing, high-profile and often-colorful career as an old-school, first-on-the-scene news photographer shooting in classic black and white.
A Staten Island native, he's a proud grad of Curtis High School who's currently serving aboard the USS Nitze , one of the world's most versatile multi-mission combat ships.
During a one-week traffic enforcement crackdown in May, NYPD officers issued summonses to 4,004 New York City motorists for using their cell phones while driving.
It was a fitting image for Democratic Mayor Bill de Blasio, caught between a campaign pledge to empower minorities who felt unfairly targeted by police and a promise to maintain the city's recent historic drop in crime.
Medical school students participating in Staten Island University Hospital's Emergency Medicine Experience took a field trip Thursday, learning about venomous snakes in Staten Island Zoo's reptile wing.
Police are continuing to search for a suspect in the shooting of a 36-year-old Staten Island man with a criminal record who was found bleeding from seven gunshot wounds on a lawn in New Brighton.
The cameras are rolling and police detectives should exercise caution while not allowing themselves to become a "punching bag" in an arrest situation following the public outcry over the death of Eric Garner on Staten Island, warns Michael J. Palladino, president of the NYPD Detectives' Endowment Association.
Two trouble-prone Staten Island brothers -- one of whom was named as the ringleader in a racially charged 2003 attack -- are once again in hot water, after police found guns and drugs in their Prince's Bay Home, prosecutors allege.
When 16-year-old Kayleigh Hahn of Sea View, a rising junior at Susan Wagner High School, scoured the internet for something worthwhile to do this summer, she had three criteria: it had to be close to home, affordable and geared toward dance and theatre.
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