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  1. In her own words: Great Kills woman, 33, faces her years of addictionRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | SILive.com

    Lifelong Great Kills resident Kathleen Masinski, 33, who died of a heroin and Xanax overdose at her parents' home on October 17 last year, left behind a frightening cautionary tale in two spiral-bound ruled notebooks, the entries neatly hand-written a few months before her death. Some of the writings are reflective and very personal, others are passionate and hopeful, and many are the product of the treatment program's process that helps the addict understand, confront and recover from substance abuse.

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  2. CSI freshman Edin Bracic warms up as Dolphins top John Jay for seventh straight win, 88-78Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | SILive.com

    The 6-foot-3 freshman from St. Louis contributed 10 points, four rebounds, three blocked shots and two steals as the Dolphins defeated John Jay, 88-78, in a wide-open CUNYAC contest Wednesday night in Willowbrook. Bracic, of Montenegrin descent, has grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins living on Staten Island and spent many a summer vacation staying in the shadows of CSI's campus.

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  3. CUNYAC mens basketball matchup, College of Staten Island defeats John Jay 88-78Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | SILive.com

    College of Staten Island G #22 Edin Bracic looks to cut off John Jay G Darell Robinson from driving to the basket in a CUNYAC mens basketball game at the College of Staten Island Sports and Rec Center.

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  4. Prominent Staten Island lawyer, facing criminal charges, suspended for two years for taking client's funds in N.J.Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | SILive.com

    A prominent Staten Island attorney, facing criminal charges in the borough for allegedly stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars from five clients, has been suspended from practicing law in New York for two years, stemming from an unrelated case in New Jersey in which he misappropriated a client's cash. Robert DePalma, 53, who was licensed to practice in New York and New Jersey, was disbarred in the Garden State in October 2012, according to court documents.

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  5. What travel ban? Staten Island man did 'doughnuts' in parking lot during snowstorm, cops sayRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | SILive.com

    A 32-year-old man used the snowstorm as his opportunity to do "doughnuts" -- drive in circles in the snow -- in the parking lot of a South Shore home improvement store early Tuesday morning, police allege. Michael Berkman, 32, ignored a citywide travel ban from Mayor Bill de Blasio and Gov. Andrew Cuomo to drive a 1990 Jeep Cherokee in circles in the Lowe's parking lot at 2790 Arthur Kill Rd., Rossville, at about 2:45 a.m., authorities allege.

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  6. 'A void is with us:' Friends remember Linda Afriyie as an 'inspiration'Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | SILive.com

    Linda Afriyie was a friendly, chatty and spiritual woman who will be remembered for her utter devotion to her Pentecostal congregation. "She was like everything to everyone," said Anthony Kagya, the presiding elder at the Pentecostal Church in Stapleton that Ms.

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  7. New regulations for storing liquefied natural gas after 42-year ban following Staten Island explosionRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | SILive.com

    New York state has adopted regulations covering fueling and storage facilities for liquefied natural gas, Department of Environmental Conservation Commissioner Joe Martens announced Wednesday. The safety regulations will allow liquefied gas storage facilities in New York for the first time since 1973, when the state imposed a moratorium following a Staten Island explosion that killed 40 workers.

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  8. New Brighton shooting victim stood his ground rather than run inside and place children's lives at risk, brother saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | SILive.com

    He could have fled when the gunfire started, but he was afraid the shooter might enter his girlfriend's home and kill the children inside. Johnson, 37, was shot seven times outside his girlfriend's house on 18 Pine St. at about 9:40 p.m. July 30. He was hit in the back, shoulder and neck, and despite regaining consciousness, the shooting left him paralyzed from the waist down.

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  9. Flagship Brewing Co. to launch weekend tours of Staten Island facilitiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | SILive.com

    Tompkinsville's Flagship Brewing Co. will begin offering tours of the facilities twice a day on Saturdays, starting Saturday, Jan. 31. The tour includes a short 15-minute presentation of the brewing process and a pint of beer at the end, for those old enough to drink.

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  10. The Hit Men have a contract out on Staten Island's Center for the Arts; Four Seasons duo to singRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | SILive.com

    Lee Shapiro, Gerry Polci, Jimmy Ryan, Larry Gates and Russ Velazquez - a collection of hit-makers whose friendships and individual record successes have been interweaving with one another for most of their lives - will headline Saturday, Feb. 7, at 8 p.m. in the Center for the Arts Springer Concert Hall at the College of Staten Island. Gerry Polci and Lee Shapiro: While they may not be household names, back in the 1970s, you may have purchased all of their records.

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  11. Bravo to Sanitation for quick response to snowstormRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | SILive.com

    The Sanitation Department takes its knocks when things go wrong during a winter storm, including from the Staten Island Advance. So they should also get some praise for a job well done, as was the case during this week's snowstorm.

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  12. Plowed out! Staten Islanders on dead-end streets praise Sanitation's new snow removal planRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | SILive.com

    In winters past, after any significant snowfall on Staten Island, residents living on dead-end streets knew better than to wait for the city to come plow them out. On a fairly remote dead-end in Annadale, Kathy DeGrado said she and her neighbors would gather to plow their own block after storms in years past.

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  13. SIUH to receive over $1M in federal funds for initial phase of hazard mitigationRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | SILive.com

    In this 2013 file photo, Anthony Ferreri, president and CEO of Staten Island University Hospital, left, illlustrates the water line from Hurricane Sandy's tidal surge to William Nunn, FEMA Coordinating officer for NYC, as they tour the Island's hospital infrastructure to provide feedback and mitigation measures against future severe storms that could damage facilities. STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- Staten Island University Hospital will be receiving over $1 million in federal funding for hazard mitigation for better protection against future superstorms, U.S. Senators Charles E. Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand announced Wednesday.

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  14. Assembly reformers see opportunity as Sheldon Silver steps asideRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | SILive.com

    Sheldon Silver's 21-year reign as the speaker of the New York state Assembly is ending -- a tectonic shift in state government that many reform-minded lawmakers say provides an opportunity rewrite Albany's political playbook. Greater transparency.

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  15. Rare day off from work, school, families and friends make the best of it spending snow day in Clove Lakes Park Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | SILive.com

    Staten Islanders with a snow day off from work or school made the best at Clove Lakes Parks, having lots of fun in the white stuff while spending quality time with family and friends. "We are off today, so we are out here trying to have fun with Jonathan," said Erica Plaza of Castleton Corners.

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  16. Deaths by police prompt questions about grand jury secrecyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | SILive.com

    For centuries, grand juries have held some of the criminal justice system's best-kept secrets. But their private process has come under extraordinary public scrutiny after recent decisions not to indict police officers in the deaths of unarmed men.

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  17. SIA's Jordan Caruso named best Staten Island shooting guard in SILive readers' pollRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | SILive.com

    The voting was fast and furious and when the dust settled Staten Island Academy sophomore Jordan Caruso was selected as the best high school shooting guard on Staten Island by a vote of SILive readers.

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  18. Teen murder suspect with 'armed and dangerous' rep arrested after manhunt from North Carolina to Staten IslandRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | SILive.com

    A teen murder suspect considered "armed and dangerous" was arrested on Wednesday after a manhunt and FBI billboard blitz that stretched from North Carolina to Staten Island. Cortaz Quemel Lucas Jr., 17, of Clayton, N.C., who NYPD radio transmissions indicated "would rather die than go to jail," was peacefully apprehended in Fayetteville, N.C. Lucas, who has ties to street gang activity, was behind bars on Wednesday morning in the Johnston County Detention Center, said Stacy Beard, a public information officer for the Town of Clayton.

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  19. 'I just saw the hat she was wearing' -- photographer witnesses aftermath as Staten Island woman jumps in front of subway trainRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | SILive.com

    Donato DiCamillo was standing on top of the stairs of the subway platform talking to a newspaper boy when he heard the train come to a screeching halt. DiCamillo, a freelance photographer from Oakwood, rushed down the stairs to see what happened and says he was the first person on the scene after Linda Afriyie jumped to her death in front of the southbound R train as it entered the Whitehall Street station Monday at 9:03 a.m., police said.

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  20. Let's crash your awesome Super Bowl partyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | SILive.com

    The Staten Island Advance/SILive plans to send a reporter/photographer out to Super Bowl parties this Sunday to capture how folks are celebrating and watching the big game. We'd love to know what's cooking this year: How do you celebrate your party.

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