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The Staten Island Ferry is one of the most popular tourist attractions in New York City. The Ferry offers unparalleled views of historical Ellis Island, lower Manhattan and the infamous Statue of Liberty. Notable residents of Staten Island have included actress Alyssa Milano (Charmed, My Name is Earl), actor Martin Sheen (Apocalypse Now, The West Wing), actor Paul Newman (Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, Cool Hand Luke), and musicians such as Christina Aguilera, Lady GaGa, Gene Simmons of KISS and several members of the Wu Tang Clan.

Population: 443728
Local Newspapers: Staten Island Advance New York Daily News New York Post New York Times
Local Sports Teams: New York Giants (NFL) New York Islanders (NHL) New York Jets (NFL) New York Knicks (NBA) New York Liberty (WNBA) New York Mets (MLB) New York Rangers (NHL)
Local Colleges: College of Staten Island Wagner College St. John's University

Zip Codes associated with staten island, new york: 10301 10302 10303 10304 10305 10306 10307 10308 10309 10310 10312 10314
Towns/Cities near staten island, new york : Elm Park Grasmere Huguenot Annadale Bayonne NJ Perth Amboy NJ

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This week in odd news: Skunk fire, sleepwalker, T-Rex walk

Authorities say a man crashed his vehicle into another car, got out, stripped naked, fired a gun into the air and ran off into the woods in North Carolina. Lt. Jerry Brewer with the New Hanover County Sheriff's Office tells news outlets the unnamed driver was speeding down a major Wilmington street Thursday night when he crashed.

Rebuilding Together NYC's workforce repairs Sandy-damaged Staten Island home

With a grant from the NYC Housing Authority , Rebuilding Together NYC's training program, which provides under-employed and unemployed New Yorkers with training and certifications to work in the construction industry, assembled a class made up entirely of NYCHA residents impacted by Hurricane Sandy. The group began training in January.

U.S. wants to seize Shkreli's $2M Wu-Tang Clan album

Former pharmaceutical CEO Martin Shkreli speaks during an interview by Maria Bartiromo during her "Mornings with Maria Bartiromo" program on the Fox Business Network, in New York, Tuesday, Aug. 15, 2017. Shkreli has been jailed since violating his bail following a fraud conviction.

New row of restaurants to include Bryant Park-inspired plaza

"Inspiration Plaza" -- a 2,500-square-foot public recreation space modeled after Manhattan's Bryant Park -- will open in June on an elevated platform in a parking lot across from the row of homegrown businesses along Minthorne Street in Tompkinsville. "Inspiration Plaza will be accessible to the public for about 10 months of the year," said Angiuli, who's developing the area.

Alleged S.I. mobster violates furlough to get grub at 3 eateries, including Denino's

John Zancocchio, 60, an alleged made member and consigliere in the Bonanno crime family, was recently allowed off house arrest to only attend his aunt's funeral, but was also spotted at three Staten Island restaurants, authorities allege. Last month, Zancocchio was arrested for racketeering conspiracy and was later released on $1 million bail package that included home detention, according to federal court records.

23 pets you can rescue this weekend on Staten Island

There are dozens of animals in the care of Staten Island's volunteer animal rescue groups just waiting for their forever families to find them. Click through the photos to meet the dogs, cats, puppies and kittens up for adoption at events this weekend.

Man who shot Italian tourist on Staten Island pleads to weapon charge

A New Brighton resident whose wayward bullet fired in a playground in his community last summer grazed an Italian tourist, rudely introducing the victim to the borough, has pleaded guilty to a weapon charge. Henry DeGroat, then 19, was busted on Aug. 23 , days after he allegedly nicked Marino Stocco's shoulder with a 9 mm bullet as the victim rested near Mahoney Playground on Jersey Street at about 1 p.m. on Aug. 20, said police.

Island lawmakers: From ethics issue to fitness challenge

City Councilman Steven Matteo, chair of the Ethics Committee, and his committee members assigned Councilman Andy King to "sensitivity training" on February 12. King, a Bronx Democrat, allegedly told a female staffer to smile more and said he hoped to see her in a "beautiful gown" when he invited her to a winter ball. "This committee deliberated and determined by preponderance of the evidence that the allegations described publicly at our last meeting on February 7, 2018 were substantiated and concluded that Councilman King violated the Council's anti-harassment and discrimination policy," Matteo said during a hearing.

Cops seek tips in theft of Beats headphones from Apple store

The NYPD is requesting tips via social media in the theft of more than $800 in Beats headphones and speaker from the Apple store in the Staten Island Mall. Police are asking for help to identify two men sought for questioning in the grand larceny on Dec. 26 at about 11:55 a.m. in the store at 2655 Richmond Ave., according to the 121st Precinct Twitter feed.

Staten Island has fourth safest school district in state, report says

Staten Island has the fourth safest school district in the state, and the safest one in the city, according to a report from education website Niche.com. The report comes after renewed calls for increased school safety following the fatal shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla.

Artichoke Basille's Pizza to open at Empire Outlets

The famed pizzeria, which has ties to Staten Island, is the newest tenant to sign a lease with Empire Outlets being built on the St. George waterfront. Cousins Francis Garcia and Sal Basille honed their pizza-making craft while working at their family's restaurant, Basille's on Forest Avenue in West Brighton.

Island advocate says mayor's school safety plan a 'disservice' to students

Starting next month, all New York City public schools will hold shelter in place lockdown drills and every middle and high school in will undergo random metal detector screenings, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Thursday. The mayor said that the city's latest school safety enhancements were the result of recent discussions with the New York City Police Department and the Department of Education following the mass shooting last week at a high school in Parkland, Florida that killed 17. "It's tragic that our young people have to go through these drills," the mayor told reporters at a press conference at City Hall.

Cardinal Dolan: 'I never tire of saying it: I love Staten Island'

Wednesday night in the Parish Center at Blessed Sacrament R.C. Church, Cardinal Timothy Dolan hosted a heartwarming reception to recognize generous supporters of his annual Stewardship Appeal and the Renew & Rebuild Capital Campaign. "Thanks for accepting our invitation to this evening's event," said Cardinal Dolan, before offering a Lenten prayer of thanks to all members of the Catholic community on Staten Island.

Staten Island GOP endorses Rep. Daniel Donovan for re-election

The county committee voted to unanimously endorse the Republican congressman at Sea View's Jewish Community Center. Staten Island GOP chairman, Assemblyman Ron Castorina Jr., said that both Donovan and Michael Grimm, a former congressman, were interviewed before the executive committee recommended Donovan to the rest of the committee.

Duzer's Local: 2 friends open neighborhood cafe full of lattes, organic foods

"I moved to Staten Island 20 years ago from Brooklyn, but I purchased a home on the South Shore because I was able to get more for my money," she said. "This area [Stapleton] always reminded me of Brooklyn.

Watch: Ride with Idaho State Police as they fight war on marijuana

Knowing that New Jersey could soon legalize marijuana for recreational use, the Advance sent a team of reporters to the Pacific Northwest to learn how the weed industry could impact the Garden State and, ultimately, Staten Island. While in Oregon, reporter Kyle Lawson and multimedia specialist Amanda Steen visited the state's border with Idaho, where weed is illegal, to explore how the legalization in one state has changed policies, attitudes and laws in neighboring states.

Phones stolen from Apple store at mall; cops seek tips

The NYPD reached out on social media for tips regarding the theft of two iPhones from the Apple store at the Staten Island Mall. The iPhone 7s were stolen on Saturday at about 3:40 p.m. from the store at 2655 Richmond Ave., according to a post on the 121st Precinct Twitter feed.

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