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  1. Staten Island man's front teeth lodged into car roof by NYPD face slam, lawsuit allegesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | SILive.com

    A Graniteville man is suing the city claiming an incensed borough cop slammed his head against the roof of a car, shattering his two front teeth, following a fruitless vehicle stop last December. Hassam Khan, 24, was headed home after picking up his cousin from work at a nearby drug store on Dec. 26 when he was stopped by undercover cops on Regis Drive, directly outside of his home, his lawsuit alleges.

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  2. Sharpton gathers Garner, Brown and Gurley families for Thanksgiving Eve prayerRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | SILive.com

    Rev. Al Sharpton gathered the families of Eric Garner , Michael Brown and Akai Gurley for a Thanksgiving Eve prayer at the National Action Network headquarters in Harlem Wednesday afternoon. Garner's wife, Esaw Garner, and mother, Gwen Carr, Staten Island NAN representative Cynthia Davis as well as family attorney, Jonathan Moore, joined Sharpton on stage.

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  3. House Ethics Committee defers Rep. Michael Grimm investigation a third timeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | SILive.com

    For the third time, the House of Representatives Ethics Committee has deferred an investigation into allegations that Rep. Michael Grimm solicited and accepted illegal campaign contributions, filed false campaign finance reports and brokered a deal with an Israeli citizen to get him campaign donations in return for the congressman's help in obtaining a green card. The Ethics Committee first received a request from the Office of Congressional Ethics in June 2012 to look into the matter and in response to a Department of Justice request to do so, in November 2012 deferred considering the case.

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  4. Thanksgiving Eve 2014: A guide to your pre-holiday party night on Staten IslandRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | SILive.com

    Thanksgiving Eve is one of the biggest party days of the year - but the current weather conditions make travel out of the borough an unpleasant journey. If you're in the mood for live music and extensive drink selections, there's plenty happening no matter what shore of Staten Island you live on.

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  5. 'Chopped!' champ chef revamps menu, format at Italian bistro and pastry shop on Staten IslandRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | SILive.com

    To make a long story short: Gianfranco Franzese just changed the menu at West Brighton's Pasticceria Bruno. He's only done such a thing three times in the popular restaurant's six year history.

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  6. Black Friday 2014: Check here for live coverage of the Staten Island shopping sceneRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 24, 2011 | SILive.com

    We'll be live-blogging the shopping experiences starting at about 4:30 p.m. Thanksgiving Day. Come back here for pictures, videos and insider tips from around Staten Island retailers.

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  7. Staten Island plumber helps save residents from burning building in Harlem, report saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | SILive.com

    A plumber and Oakwood Beach resident on the job in Harlem sprung into action Tuesday when he raced into a burning apartment building and rescued an octogenarian woman, according to a report in the New York Daily News. Anthony Titulli, 43, and his team from Village Plumbing and Heating were installing a sprinkler system down the block when he saw flames coming out of the Frederick Douglas Boulevard building, located near W. 139 street and raced inside, according to the report.

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  8. Debbie Mastromarino starting a new round, but the main course is still golf and kidsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | SILive.com

    Debbie Mastromarino is starting a new chapter in her life and, of course, it revolves around golf. Debbie Mastromarino spent the past 17 years of her life dedicated to helping kids learn, as well as love, the game in her post as director and president of the NYC Junior Golf Club.

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  9. Slick Rick, hip-hop architect, comes to Staten Island's Hashtag Bar on fall tourRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | SILive.com

    That line is more than the opening sentence of children's fairy tales - it's the first lyric of the hip-hop classic "Children's Story," off the trailblazing album "The Great Adventures of Slick Rick," that dropped more than two decades ago. Fast forward to present day" Slick Rick is considered one of the pioneers of hip-hop and is best known for his ability to create images with his words, impeccable story-telling, smooth flow, melody and yes, the eye patch.

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  10. Staten Island Academy students support Project Hospitality via annual food driveRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | SILive.com

    During an all-school Thanksgiving assembly at Staten Island Academy on Tuesday, representatives from Project Hospitality were presented with donations for their food pantry. Staten Island Academy students Charlotte Ainslie, Arianna Tormey, Sophia Aburmeileh and Julia Knobloch gather around Deacon Paul Kosinski, director of community outreach at Project Hospitality.

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  11. Full-Court Press: Live updates Wednesday night as St. Peter's and Curtis tip off seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | SILive.com

    Nearly 70 years after it was first played, St. Peter's vs. Curtis on Thanksgiving Eve is one of Staten Island's great sports traditions. The game has been played every year since 1962 and the Warriors and Eagles will be back at it tonight at the College of Staten Island with a scheduled 7 p.m. tip-off.

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  12. Manhattan's Kellari Taverna has Staten Island connection, fans in high placesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | SILive.com

    Because you never gets a second chance to make a first impression, it's essential to convey positive and lasting thoughts in any situation or scenario. We think the time-honored adage serves as an accurate analogy to describe our visit to Kellari Taverna, the Midtown Manhattan dining spot that's renowned for its fresh, whole fish flown in daily from Greece, Portugal, Spain and Latin America.

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  13. Thelma Flynn, 98Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | SILive.com

    Thelma Flynn, 98, a homemaker formerly of South Beach, died Friday in Victoria Healthcare Center hospice in Matawan, N.J. Born Thelma Oliver in Bath, Maine, she lived in Brooklyn before moving to South Beach in the mid-1950s. She moved to Matawan several years ago.

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  14. Turkey giveaways abound as Thanksgiving spirit engulfs Staten IslandRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | SILive.com

    Staten Island organizations stepped up to help feed their less fortunate neighbors this week with multiple turkey donations for needy families across the borough. Mannix ShopRite Stores and the Office of the Borough President combined forces to distribute turkeys via local food pantries this year.

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  15. Rain switches to snow on Staten Island, as roads here begin to get slushyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | SILive.com

    Rainfall turned to snow around noon on Staten Island Wednesday, but the precipitation hasn't begun sticking on borough roads at this time. The wet wintry mix that is part of a nor'easter affecting the area is making roads slushy and slippery, so motorists are advised to use caution.

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  16. Pre-Thanksgiving storm: Here's what you need to know about mass transit on Staten IslandRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | SILive.com

    A wintry mix of rain and snow on Wednesday could spell trouble for travelers looking to get out of town for Thanksgiving and for commuters trying to get home from work. Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo announced Tuesday that the Metropolitan Transportation Authority is closely monitoring weather forecasts and preparing its forces to keep the region's network of subways, buses, railroads, bridges, tunnels and paratransit operating.

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  17. Low gas prices: Silver lining for holiday travelers hitting treacherous roadsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | SILive.com

    But for the thousands of Staten Islanders who are inching their way on jammed and now slippery roadways to holiday festivities with friends and family, there's a silver lining: Cheap gas. The prices at stations across the borough are generally below $3.20 a gallon for regular, and AAA is saying that, as a result, Thanksgiving travels nationwide are expected to be the highest since 2007.

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  18. Stapleton intersection renamed Addison Branch Way to honor community leaderRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | SILive.com

    The northeast corner of St. Paul's Avenue and Taxter Place was named for Addison Albert Branch Jr. over the weekend. Branch, who died in 2012 at 85 , is described as an influential figure in the Stapleton community and a curious lifelong learner who was passionate about teaching.

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  19. 'An act of revenge': Prosecutor tells jurors slaying at barbecue stemmed from earlier slightRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | SILive.com

    Christopher Wells was so blinded by rage from a perceived act of disrespect by Victorious Briggs a week earlier that he coldly slayed the victim in a hail on bullets on July 20 of last year on a Clifton street, a prosecutor said Wednesday in court. "He didn't shoot him once, not twice, not five or six times, he plugged 11 bullets in body and ended his life," Assistant District Attorney Adam Silberlight told jurors in his opening statement as Wells' murder trial got under way in state Supreme Court, St. George.

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  20. Expect more Staten Island teams in PSAL playoffs with new formatRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | SILive.com

    An adjustment to the playoff qualifying format should lead to more Staten Island PSAL boys' basketball teams participating in the league's postseason. The top two teams in the division will continue to advance to the PSAL AA playoffs.

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