Friday Dec 6
Staten Island's elected officials hail choice of Bratton for de Blasio's police commissioner
Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio named former Police Commissioner William Bratton, who served under Mayor Rudolph Giuliani, to run the department once again Thursday, and Staten Island elected officials praised the choice.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Wall Street Journal
Don't Forget Staten Island
It's the forgotten borough, a nice place to live, according to its devotees, but do you want to visit? I thought I'd find out what Staten Island has to offer.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Red-handed and 'barely coherent' bank robbery suspect caught on Staten Island after dye pack explodes
Cops found him in the stairwell of a nearby housing development about a half-hour later, in an apparently drug-induced stupor, covered in red ink from a dye pack, and with none of the stolen cash, according to law enforcement sources close to the case.
Pilot program offers discounted legal help to Staten Island military vets
Military veterans have served their country with honor throughout its 237 years, and Staten Island lawyers want to show their appreciation by partaking in a special program that offers them discounted legal services.
Police: Suspect on the loose following robbery of Staten Island bank
Using a note to issue his demands, a man robbed a Castleton Avenue bank just before noon Monday, according to police.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
Staten Island Pet Calendar: Holiday fair to benefit the homeless
Holiday fair: Sponsored by the Staten Island Council for Animal Welfare at All Saints Episcopal Church, 2329 Victory Blvd., Willowbrook, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Baked goods, jewelry, handmade pet beds and accessories, gift items and raffle baskets will be featured.
Mass marking anniversary of JFK assassination eases pain that a half century cannot erase
Staten Islanders gathered to pray, reminisce and shed a few tears at a mass in New Brighton marking the 50th anniversary of the assassination of the first and only Roman Catholic president, John F. Kennedy.
Staten Island's Angelica Jade to perform at the Miami Music and Art Festival
Danielle Errichiello points out that the Graniteville resident has been singing under the independent record label Gianni Records, and her first original single can now be found on YouTube under Angelica Jade, "Heartache."
Cardinal Dolan recalls 'special fervor in our sorrow' for JFK; Staten Island mass Friday at 12:10
Cardinal Timothy Dolan believes that the assassination of the first and only Roman Catholic president, John F. Kennedy, 50 years ago to the day had a "cataclysmic effect" not only on those who shared the leader's religious faith or political views but all of the American people.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
5050 Skatepark's 'Inspired By Us' to raise funds for school arts programs Nov. 22 on Staten Island
Projectivity Movement , Richmond Hood Co ., 5050 Skatepark and RobotsWillKill are joining forces to present "Inspried by Us" from 6-10 p.m. Nov. 22 at the 5050 Skatepark, 356 Front St. in Stapleton.
A welcome newcomer: NYPD's new 121st Precinct on Staten Island is change for the better
It's a milestone for Staten Island. A ribbon-cutting ceremony in Graniteville officially has dedicated the borough's first new police precinct in over 50 years.
Wed Nov 13, 2013
Fire marshals arrest 3 boys in torching of historic building on Staten Island
FDNY fire marshals arrested the boys, ages 12, 13 and 15, on Wednesday, in connection with the fire, which badly damaged the two-story Kruser-Finley House on Aug. 28, according to FDNY spokesman Frank Dwyer.
Staten Island's taste of winter won't last long
Old Man Winter gave Staten Islanders a taste of what the next few months will hold, with a chilly Wednesday morning.
Mon Nov 11, 2013
Stephen Siller Foundation hosts Staten Island Veterans Day dinner
Dennis McLoone, commander of the Richmond County American Legion, and Mary LaManna, past commander, speaking during the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation Veteran's Day dinner at Nictora's Ballroom at the Hilton Garden Inn, Bloomfield.
Staten Island Dems: Bare your soul first, then run for office
Staten Island Democrats are looking for a few good candidates to field in next year's mega-election cycle, and to develop a strong bench of office-seekers going forward, party leaders say.
Sun Nov 10, 2013
Miss Staten Island pageant makes history, as 2012 winners earn the 2014 crowns
Jamie Lynn Macchia, 22, of Eltingville, a Wagner College graduate, made history Sunday night as the first woman to ever win the Miss Staten Island crown twice.