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27 min ago | SILive.com
Staten Island Republicans rallied around Rep. Michael Grimm Thursday amid rumors that former GOP Rep. Vito Fossella could challenge the congressman in 2014.
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27 min ago | SILive.com
And when the final bell rang, the correct spelling of the word earned Kerry Byrnes, an eighth-grader at Our Lady Queen of Peace School in New Dorp, the title of 2013 Staten Island Regional Catholic Schools spelling bee champion, and bragging rights for her school.
4 hrs ago | SILive.com
Nine North Shore small business owners won the city's "Race for Space" challenge and will divide more than $400,000 to either upstart or grow their operations on Staten Island.
6 hrs ago | The Real Deal
The $330 million Ferris wheel project in Staten Island lost out on state funding from Governor Andrew Cuomo's economic development program yesterday.
9 hrs ago | SILive.com
Marie Proeller Hueston, a native of Todt Hill, has written a delightful little children's Christmas book titled "Christmas Eve with Mrs. Claus, with illustrations by Teri Weidner.
13 hrs ago | DNAInfo.com
The city has funded two long-planned projects which will add miles of new storm sewers to flood-prone blocks of New Dorp Beach and South Beach.
14 hrs ago | SILive.com
Motorists are fuming that the extension of the HOV lane along the Staten Island Expressway is a waste of time if most drivers refuse to follow the rules of the road and treat it as a fourth lane.
Tuesday's arrest of a California man who ran an alleged "revenge porn" website could provide a road map on how to shut down similar websites, online privacy advocates and legislators hope.
Stephany Marchese, the winner of a $1 million jackpot with nine of her coworkers at a Staten Island, N.Y., nursing home, has very simple advice for those eying this Friday's $400 million Mega Millions jackpot.
Big changes could be coming to voting in New York, with Assembly Democrats, including Assemblyman Michael Cusick ramping up efforts to move local primaries to June and to allow early general election voting in the state.
For the sixth straight holiday season, some of the Staten Island Mall's worst repeat shoplifters will find their mugshots plastered on 11 video kiosks across the Mall, as a warning to anyone else who might think about stealing instead of buying.
A It looks as though freezing temperatures - or sleet and snow, for that matter - can't keep Staten Islanders from partaking of seasonal soirees, tree-trimming teas and perfect parties.
As she spiraled down into an addiction to prescription pills beginning around 2007, Danielle Newman, then 16 years old, never thought she had a problem.
Miller Field is re-opening to the public for the first time since Hurricane Sandy.
Although the borough's first snowstorm of the season made the morning commute a little hairy, city workers kept up, and many residents were pleased with local road conditions by the evening commute.
Miles of new storm sewers will come to flood-prone streets in New Dorp Beach and South Beach now that two long-planned projects have been funded by the city -- to the tune of $100 million.