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The Time of Their Lives: Move-in, orientation day for Wagner College Class of 2018

There were smiles, hugs, a few tears, but mostly just controlled-confusion as members of the Wagner College Class of 2018 arrived on the Grymes Hill campus Thursday to begin their four-year college experience.


5 hrs ago |

NYC public advocate shows off police body cameras

New York City Public Advocate Letitia James holds a news conference Thursday at her office to unveil a proposal that would require police to wear body cameras.


8 hrs ago |

'Shape Up' Staten Island: Train to be a pro (or just look like one) with City Parks fitness experts

On Saturday mornings, newly minted Parks fitness instructor Rita Sigona takes her class outside to the sweeping-to-the-bay lawn of Conference House Park in Tottenville.


11 hrs ago |

New on Staten Island: Eclectic 'B Aroma' restaurant serves carefully crafted tagines, crisped sweet ribs

This chef is pumped: Beshoy Shetata opened his B Aroma Bistro & Bar on July 28 in West Brighton.


13 hrs ago |

Staten Island bartending school makes 'Cocktails & Dreams'

Like Brian Flanagan, the Tom Cruise character in the popular flick, "Cocktail," Mark Daragjati dreamed of making it big in the world of bartending.


15 hrs ago |

Mayor Bill de Blasio, faith leaders meet over Eric Garner death

New York City's mayor and archbishop convened a round-table meeting of police and minority community leaders on Wednesday to diffuse tensions between the groups, days before a march to protest the death of a black man placed in a chokehold by a white police officer.


19 hrs ago | The Item

After 47 years and a flood, Teaneck couple's wedding photos return

Paul and Patricia Kearns' wedding photos from 47 years ago were stored in relatives' basements and forgotten for decades as they raised four children and became grandparents.


Wed Aug 20, 2014

Necessary evil: Cemetery cleanup causes heartbreak for loved ones who lose mementos

A former Staten Islander says she was overcome with grief when she visited the Oakwood cemetery where her mother is buried and found that all the mementos she'd placed on the grave were gone.


Several North Shore businesses planning to close Saturday in wake of Eric Garner march, rally

Karl Reina, owner of Karl's Klipper Restaurant and Bar on Bay Street, said he wasn't worried about Saturday's rally until he got a letter from the Staten Island Chamber of Commerce advising him to take personal precautions.


Seeing red on Staten Island: Distinctive doors in a primary color

You don't see a large number of them, but stand-out red doors, in a variety of styles, add lively flair to this borough's streetscapes.


Empire State Building won't 'go gold' for Childhood Cancer Awareness? Times Square will; is One World Trade Center next?

Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis speaks at a Bay Ridge Cares rally with Councilman Vincent Gentile to urge the Empire State Building to light up gold for Childhood Cancer Awareness month in September.


Staten Island on film: From Barrymore to Stanwyck, the early years of 'Hollywood East' 1900-1948 (photos)

Long before Hollywood staked its claim as America's cinematic capital, the greenest borough's sandy beaches, rolling hills and lush forests were prime locations for pioneering filmmakers.


Another Ice Bucket Challenge: When it's OK for an editor and a lawyer to be 'all wet'

I'm not sure what was more fun -- getting a Gatorade bucket of ice-cold South Beach seawater dumped over my head by a United States congressman and a New York state assemblywoman, or the cold Coors Light afterward in South Fin on the boardwalk.


Tue Aug 19, 2014

Richmond University Medical Center improves cardiac care with life-saving treatment

Richmond University Medical Center has taken a "monumental" step in improving its cardiac care and serving the borough residents, North Shore communities in particular.


Asbury Park Press

Manalapan man hurt in accident also faces murder chargeManalapan man...

A township man literally dodged a bullet in June, but since has been hit with a one-two punch, his lawyer says.


New MTA retrospective examines 50 years of Staten Island's Verrazano-Narrows Bridge

"Spanning the Narrows for Five Decades," a 50th anniversary exhibit at Historic Richmond Town, could be mistaken for an art photographer's golden tribute to the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge.


Free live music on Staten Island: Knockout Theory at the Ballpark, Vito Picone at Midland Beach

Free music is almost always a home run - so you might wanna check out a gratis gig by the up-and-coming Staten Island band Joe Varveri and The Knockout Theory at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 20, in Richmond County Bank Ballpark in St. George.


Mystery solved: Amazing journey of wedding photos from 47 years ago, washed up during Hurricane Sandy (with photo gallery)

The fury of Hurricane Sandy and the kindness of two strangers from New Dorp Beach combined to reunite Patricia Conlon Kearns with over 50 black-and-white photographs taken 47 years ago on the day she married Paul Kearns, an immigrant from Ireland, in St. Francis Xavier R.C. Church in the Park Slope section of Brooklyn.


'Rock of Ages' star Constantine Maroulis, monster trucks to upsize Staten Island's 'Bikers for Bini'

Bikers for Bini is going big this year. In fact, organizers are dubbing it "Staten Island's largest charity event."


NY police chokehold death to go to grand jury

A New York prosecutor said Tuesday he would ask a grand jury to consider charges in the death of a black man placed in an apparent chokehold by a white police officer.



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