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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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Carter & Cavero imports: Olive oil and gourmet eats fresh off the boat

Take a lap around around Carter & Cavero's specialty food store in Stapleton's Urby complex and happen upon dozens of olive oils and vinegars to sample. Prepare for some bold flavors on the palate.

Travis then & now: Home of the Independence Day Parade and more

Mary "Mimi" Bray Fiori was the Travis Queen when she was 16. It sounds like the beginning of a song, but its just her story, born and raised in the sweet days when the Travis neighborhood was a place where kids were free to roam from house to house and through the woods to Schmul Park. She hasn't missed a 4th of July parade in her 55 years.

Sharp rise in cases of Lyme disease sparks new support group

As Staten Island grapples with a rise in Lyme disease , a patient support group forum is planned for Tuesday at the Joan and Alan Bernikow Jewish Community Center in Sea View. Borough President James Oddo agreed to co-sponsor the support group at the request of several Staten Islanders diagnosed with the disease.

Welcome to St. Peter-St. Paul, a centerpiece in the community

For Mary Quinn, a teacher at St. Peter-St. Paul School for 35 years, April is a time for celebration in her classroom because her 3-year-olds have learned all their prayers.

Poetry reading, live music, rock climbing at St. George Day

To celebrate Staten Island and Earth Day, Staten Islanders took to St. George to enjoy family-friendly activities, ethnic foods and live music on Sunday. The grassroots festival -- St. George Day -- began at 11 a.m. on Little Bay Street, alongside Tompkinsville Park at Victory Boulevard.

Secure Shred event set for next weekend

In an effort to help Staten Islanders protect themselves from identity theft a Secure Shred event is set for next weekend.

Island Government: Honoring students, tackling litter and more

Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis threw a pizza party for more than a dozen elementary school students who won her "Presidents' Day Essay Contest" on Thursday. In February, Malliotakis launched an essay writing contest, asking students how they would improve their community if they were president.

Advance historic page from May 31, 1934: Crowd gathers to view U.S. fleet

Thousands of Staten Islanders turn out to see the U.S. fleet come in, but the fog also rolls in. Going down the bay aboard the cruiser Indianapolis, President Roosevelt is held up by the misty weather.

Flu-stricken baby is killed in car crash on the way to the hospital

A flu-stricken baby has died following a car crash as family members ran a red light while rushing to the hospital. Six-month-old Demir Rahming died early on Saturday in Staten Island, New York, after his mother mother Flavia Earps checked and found him barely breathing with a flu infection around 2.30am, the New York Post reported.

Staten Island towing company sues NYPD over terminated contract

Breen Bros. Towing, which has served the Staten Island community for over 40 years, filed a lawsuit last Friday claiming the NYPD revoked its five-year arterial towing contract after just nine months without proper cause or notification, according to court records.

60 Minutes segment to show S.I. family's 10-year experience with Alzheimer's

An upcoming 60 Minutes segment will document the 10-year experience of a Staten Island woman suffering from Alzheimer's disease, and the loyal husband who has served as her caretaker. Carol and Mike Daly of Sunnyside welcomed Dr. John LaPook into their lives in 2008 shortly after Carol had been diagnosed with the degenerative brain disease.

2 Staten Island men accused of selling cocaine to undercover officer

Two Staten Island men are accused of selling drugs to an undercover officer on a half dozen occasions, authorities said. Brandon Morales, 24, allegedly sold cocaine to the cop six times while his co-defendant, Constantine Stolz-Fedzuik, 25, acted like the lookout, according to the criminal complaint.

Is Democratic blue wave coming in Staten Island House race?

Democrats across the country think that a blue wave is coming this fall to wash away GOP majorities in the House and Senate. But if a blue wave is coming, will it be enough to hand Staten Island's GOP-held congressional seat to a Democrat? Many believe that the Dems have a very good shot at flipping the House of Representatives back into their column.

Entrepreneurs want to hit it big on 'Staten Island Hustle'

It's all about making the money. CNBC's "Staten Island Hustle" explores the entrepreneurial aspirations of five friends - auto repair shop owner Michael Palmer; legal cannabis dealer Adolfo LaCola, general contractor Dominick Detore; credit card processor Ron Montana and Wall Streeter Tony DeCicco - who invest in products they come up with or those presented by others.

Paving, milling schedule for Staten Island streets next week

The Department of Transportation will conduct paving and milling efforts on Staten Island streets next week from Monday, April 23, to Friday, April 27. To register a complaint or to report a pothole or other street defect, call either the city's central complaint hotline at 311 or the Staten Island DOT office at 212-839-2395. To request a repaving job on your street, contact your community board.

Mamoun's Falafel coming to Staten Island

Mamoun's Falafel is the latest vendor to sign onto Empire Outlets, New York City's first retail outlet center slated to open in the fall on the St. George waterfront. The popular Middle Eastern food restaurant has called Manhattan's Greenwich Village home since the '70s.

Man gets probation in anti-white bias crime; threatened to set victim on fire

Anfernee Maragh threatened to set another passenger aboard the S62 bus, seen in this 2003 file photo, on fire, telling the victim he was "anti-white," said police. Anfernee Maragh, 20, was arrested on Nov. 17, 2016, about 20 minutes after the unsettling incident aboard the S62 bus on Victory Boulevard in Tompkinsville, said authorities.

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