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  1. Police still investigating rash of bomb scares at borough schoolsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | SILive.com

    There have been no new arrests in the rash of bomb scares last week that caused several Staten Island schools to be evacuated, according to an NYPD spokesman. At least two schools have been evacuated on Staten Island in what appears to be the continuation of a growing series of bomb threats causing disruptions in classrooms on the borough.

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  2. Dan Donovan is seeking congressional staffRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | SILive.com

    Newly elected Congressman Daniel Donovan is seeking applications from the public to help him fill out his staff on Staten Island and in Brooklyn. Donovan won the May 5 special election to Congress and was sworn in on May 12. He has taken over the district offices on Staten Island and in Brooklyn of former Congressman Michael Grimm, as well as Grimm's former office in the Capitol.

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  3. Check out our 'Dining Out' Pinterest board for new Island tastesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | SILive.com

    You can find it on our SILive.com/Staten Island Advance Pinterest page , which promotes the best the borough has to offer: From restaurants and recipes, to our green parks and classic photographs. Dining Out is one of nearly 30 Pinterest boards on this social media page.

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  4. Fresh herbs: What's growing in Staten Island gardens nowRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | SILive.com

    Hot on the list for edible garden plants this year, according to Weisner: In the herb department, that would be basil, rosemary and mint. With fruits: Peppers and tomatoes are the headliners.

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  5. D.A: Releasing Eric Garner grand jury record would be 'grist for the mill' of public speculationRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | SILive.com

    And absent a record of the grand jury's deliberations, the minutes would provide little more than "grist for the mill" of public speculation as to why a Staten Island grand jury did not indict a police officer in connection with Garner's death last year in police custody, prosecutors wrote in an opposition brief submitted Tuesday to the Appellate Division, Second Department. "While the public's thirst for information relating to this matter is both palpable and understandable, satisfying that thirst by reneging on the assurances provided to witnesses that their testimony before the grand jury would remain secret ... would be contrary to New York law and would impair the effectiveness of grand jury proceedings," said prosecutors.

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  6. Can tent caterpillars kill a tree?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | SILive.com

    If any cherry trees or ornamental fruit trees in your neighborhood have suddenly lost the leaves that were just beginning to grow, the culprit is likely to be the eastern tent caterpillar, a common insect found in most corners of the island. Although these caterpillars may eat just about all of the leaves on the tree, the damage is rarely permanent.

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  7. Miss America honors troops: State pageant set for St. GeorgeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | SILive.com

    The buzz? Miss America pageant gurus are gearing up for the upcoming Miss New York State Scholarship Pageant to be staged Saturday, June 6, amid the magnificent surroundings of the St. George Theatre. And as a way to observe the pageant's eight decade commemorative, the pageant production will be themed:"Celebrating Glamour in the Empire State for 80 Years."

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  8. #SIMemorialDay - The Advance Memorial Day run on social mediaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | SILive.com

    The 35th Staten Island Advance Memorial Day Four-Mile Run was held Monday morning along Capodanno Boulevard and the FDR Boardwalk, between South and Midland beaches.

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  9. Poll: Who was Staten Island's best high school baseball hitter in 2015?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | SILive.com

    With the high school baseball playoffs underway and heating up, let's take a look back at the regular season and the hitting stars. Specifically, who would you choose as Staten Island's best high school baseball hitter for 2015? We've put together some quick capsules below for each player on our ballot.

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  10. Christina Ottrando named top defensive player in flag football readers' pollRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | SILive.com

    Tottenville sophomore Christina Ottrando ran away with our SILive.com readers' poll asking "Who is Staten Island's top defensive player in high school flag football?" Ottrando flagged 626 votes to finish ahead of the pack, while Susan Wagner's Nina Gallicchio , Tottenville's Tharini Gara and New Dorp's Jenna Marrazzo rounded out the top four. There were 1,814 total votes in the week-long poll.

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  11. Cameras to be installed on Amtrak trainsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 13 | SILive.com

    After the Amtrak crash on May 12 that killed eight people -- including one former Staten Islander -- inward cameras will be installed in the cabs of all Amtrak trains. "Following both the tragic derailment in Philadelphia, and the Metro-North derailment in 2013, I called for the installation of these cameras because they are a valuable safety tool," said Senator Charles Schumer Amtrak will install inward-facing video cameras in the fleet of ACS-64 locomotives in service on the Northeast corridor by the end of 2015, and all subsequently delivered locomotives will have the equipment installed before they go into service.

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  12. Staten Island needs Allen Cappelli on the MTA boardRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | SILive.com

    Allen Cappelli, whose six-year term is due to end in June, is the only Staten Islander on the board of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority. By a 10-1 vote a few months ago, members of the board at the Metropolitan Transportation Authority approved the latest round of toll hikes on the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge.

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  13. Poll: St. Joseph by-the-Sea is Staten Island's playoff favoriteRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | SILive.com

    St. Joseph by-the-Sea received more than half the votes in our poll asking which Staten Island CHSAA team was most likely to win the CHSAA championship. The Island division champs are also the No.

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  14. Advance historic page from October 21, 1993: Secession countdownRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | SILive.com

    Today's archive page is from Oct. 21, 1993. With the secession vote just 12 days away, the Advance continued to examine the effect that it would have on various segments of the Staten Island population.

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  15. Watch: Staten Island Advance 2015 Memorial Day Run in 60 secondsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | SILive.com

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  16. Staten Island youth basketball: S.I. Finest 10th-grade boys win Virginia ShowcaseRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | SILive.com

    The Staten Island Finest 10th-grade boys team won the Big Time Hoops Virginia College Showcase Saturday beating the Jaguars Elite, 73-67. Jordan Caruso, John Lavara and Michael Trancucci teamed for 58 points.

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  17. West Virginia murder suspect captured in West BrightonRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | SILive.com

    A 19-year-old wanted in the murder of a West Virginia man was arrested on a West Brighton street corner over the weekend - captured by detectives who knew to look for him on Staten Island because he had bragged to someone here about the killing, a law enforcement source familiar with the case said. Nyiheem Whitlow's family lives on Staten Island, and it was to Staten Island he ran after police say he gunned down Lance Terry, 25, in Bluefield, West Virginia on March 16. Investigators believe Terry was following Whitlow in his car, according to the Bluefield Daily Telegraph.

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  18. De Blasio to visit Michael J. Petrides School TuesdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | SILive.com

    Mayor Bill de Blasio will be in Sunnyside on Tuesday to announce Staten Island schools will be part of an experimental teaching program next fall. The Michael J. Petrides School and Concord High School will be the first two Staten Island schools in the city's "PROSE" program, which already includes 62 schools in the other four boroughs .

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  19. Grand slam knocks out Moore Catholic in 6-2 CHSAA playoff lossRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | SILive.com

    Moore Catholic's bid for an upstart postseason run ended in crushing fashion with two home runs from All Hallows in the final two innings including a game-ending grand slam as the Mavericks dropped a CHSAA playoff game at Archbishop Stepinac, 6-2. After winning its playoff opener against Mount St. Michael on Saturday, No.

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  20. Former Staten Island congressman Jack Murphy, dead at 88Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 23, 2011 | SILive.com

    John M. "Jack" Murphy, a powerhouse of the borough's Democratic party and decorated Korean War veteran whose role in Congress and political career ended with the "Abscam" corruption scandal, died on Memorial Day. He was 88 years old.

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