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Staten-Island, New York is located in Richmond County. Zip codes in Staten-Island, NY include 10308, 10314, and 10301. More Staten-Island information.

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4 hrs ago |

Aging well on Staten Island: Strength, balance exercises help Park Lane seniors maintain active lives

The exercise room in Park Lane at Seaview is a well equipped facility with recumbent, elliptical and total-gym machines, among others.


7 hrs ago | Curbed

Abandoned Ships: Exploring Staten Island's Arthur Kill Ship Graveyard

Bowery Boogie took a trip out of the Arthur Kill Ship Graveyard in Staten Island, and the whole thing sounds like something out of Narnia.


7 hrs ago | New York Daily News

Retired Staten Island cop cancer-free after clinical trial at NewYork-Presbyterian

Ed Ranieri, 62, had had symptoms for over a month before getting a proper diagnosis.


9 hrs ago |

Hurricane Cristobal may affect cruise lines and flights

Hurricane Cristobal is heading towards Bermuda which may call for a change in travel plans for some Staten Islanders leaving on Wednesday or Thursday for the Labor Day weekend.


9 hrs ago |

Cymbals Eat Guitars to headline hometown gig tonight at Staten Island's 5050 Skatepark

When I call Joe D'Agostino - frontman of Staten Island rock outfit Cymbals Eat Guitars - he is handwriting the lyrics to the band's third album, "LOSE," for a special edition packaging.


12 hrs ago |

Staten Island's new performing arts season: Melissa West gets 'bad' in the Greenbelt, the Tibetan Museum's new buddha more

Fall, just a weekend or two away, isn't fooling around this year: Even the first few weeks are busy and crowded with arts and entertainment possibilities.


16 hrs ago |

Fix errors that cost NYC schools $356 million

Students in the public schools on Staten Island and across the city have become victims of a series of financial errors by the Department of Education.


20 hrs ago | New York Daily News

S.I. teacher slapped for cinnamon challenge

Matthew Hayes, who teaches at New Dorp High School, told investigators he let students swallow the spice during a lesson to highlight the different flavors and uses of cocoa and cinnamon.


Tue Aug 26, 2014

Wall Street Journal

Many in Poll See Sharpton as 'Positive'

The Rev. Al Sharpton-whose profile has been raised recently amid the outcry over the death of Eric Garner while in police custody-is considered a "positive force" in the city by nearly half of New Yorkers, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released on Tuesday.


City Council's pay hike for school bus drivers may not be legal, Staten Island lawmakers say

An IC School Bus waits to pick up special needs students at dismissal outside the Hungerford School in Clifton in May. The bus company went out of business over the summer because it lost its contract with the city.


Witness taps gunman in Port Richmond double shooting

Police are on the hunt for a suspect in Friday's non-fatal double shooting in Port Richmond after a witness picked him from a police-provided photo array, an NYPD spokesman said.


Forensic expert to determine validity of Staten Island millionaire's signature on will

A forensic expert examined the authenticity of a signature on one of the two wills claiming stake to a $40 million fortune of a Staten Island man Tuesday in Surrogate's Court in St. George.


The Real Deal

Staten Island gets $56M to help shield homes from floods

Staten Island has received $33 million in federal funding to buy 23 acres of land in an effort to reduce flood damage to homes in the borough.


Inside Out: Family of Robert Columbia continues to raise organ donor awareness on Staten Island

In September 2012 we published an item about Great Kills resident Robert Columbia, who was in kidney failure, on dialysis and in dire need of a transplant.


Special needs children enjoy summer day camp at Staten Island's Mount Loretto

As summer draws to a close more than four dozen special needs children will treasure the memories and fun they enjoyed at the MIV-Mount Loretto Summer Day Camp.


Set in stone on Staten Island: Enduring structures dating back to the 17th century

From historic buildings and churches to walls and even a landmark water tower on Todt Hill, distinctive stone structures dot the borough, a few of them dating back to the late 17th century.


Victorian Brothers: Oldies but goodies on Staten Island

Though Queen Victoria died over 113 years ago in 1901 after close to 64 years as Great Britain's reigning monarch, the years of her rule are still reflected in the architectural style of some homes and period furnishings around the world, including Staten Island.


Democracy Now

"I Can't Breathe": NYC March over Chokehold Death...

On Saturday, thousands marched in Staten Island, New York, to protest the death of Eric Garner, who died on July 17 after police placed him in a chokehold and then pinned him to the ground.


Mon Aug 25, 2014

7 new businesses open as West Shore Green Zone takes shape

Viewed as New York City's "final frontier" of vacant industrially zoned land, the West Shore Green Zone is beginning to blossom, with seven new businesses opening and a 676-acre site being prepared for development.


Questions persist in 4 recent Staten Island deaths

At the time of the discovery, police sources said the woman, found floating face down and fully clothed in the waters near the intersection of Seaview Avenue and Father Capodanno Boulevard, showed little sign of decomposition and thus likely had been in the water for only a couple hours.



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