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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
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Staten-Island News
Assemblywoman Malliotakis on Build it Back program: It's - a disaster'

Over six years after Hurricane Sandy ravaged parts of Staten Island, some homeowner's lives are still not back to normal. Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis held a press conference on Saturday regarding homeowners who received inept and inconsistent work as part of the Build it Back program, an initiative aimed at enhancing the resiliency of waterfront neighborhoods through repair, rebuilding and the elevation of homes.

Westerleigh Christmas Tree Lighting brings Santa, gift donations

Dozens of local families came out to support the neighborhood park with performances by the PS 29 chorus and the Port Richmond High School Marching Band. "We want to keep the tradition going," Brian Whalen, Vice President of the Westerleigh Parks Coalition.

Solar industry blames tariffs for canceled, delayed projects

This July 18, 2018, file photo shows a portion of the largest solar installation in New York City in the borough of Staten Island in New York. The solar industry is blaming tariffs for delays and cancellations of major solar energy projects.

Injuries to school safety officers see drastic decline; S.I. complaints rise

Data from the NYPD shows that injuries to school safety officers have seen a decline in consecutive years citywide, down from 121 reported cases in 2016 to only 28 through three quarters of 2018. While the 2018 statistics only feature 75 percent of the expected data for 2018, a drastic dip in overall injuries is evident.

MTA: Staten Islanders among worst bus fare evaders

At a time when the MTA remains strapped for cash while struggling to fix the city's ailing transit system, the agency claims to be losing hundreds of millions of dollars to fare evaders. Among the main culprits are Staten Island bus riders, who New York City Transit president Andy Byford claimed during last week's MTA Board Finance Committee Meeting have some of the highest rates of bus fare evasion in the city.

Sweet Sweet Sue's opens at the Staten Island Mall

With their children and son-in-law, Dominick and Susan Ognibene will tend their pop-up cupcake cafe and cake crafting shop through Jan. 31. "All of a sudden the space became available," said Dominick Ognibene. The Ognibenes modified the space in a matter of days and were ready to roll at the beginning of December.

2018 Was the Year of the Slice

The New York slice has returned to its proper place atop the pizza pyramid. This is no small feat, considering that the last decade-plus of pizza news has been dominated by whole pies, often puffy-crusted and sometimes topped with farm-to-table-y ingredients that are a far cry from the industrial mozzarella and powdered Parmesan that are the hallmarks of the slice genre.

Pre-dawn raids in Great Kills net 3 on drug, weapons charges

The NYPD touted three narcotics and weapons arrests during pre-dawn raids at two separate homes in Great Kills early Thursday morning. All three arrests were credited to the Staten Island Narcotics Heroin Overdose Task Force, according to posts on the 122nd Precinct Twitter feed.

S.I. man held in firefighter's road-rage death headed to N.Y.

The Staten Island man arrested in the road-rage death of an off-duty firefighter waived his extradition to New York during a court appearance in New Jersey Friday morning, authorities said. Joseph C. Desmond, 29 -- who was taken into custody at the Circle Motor Lodge in South Amboy, N.J. Monday night -- appeared in Middlesex County Superior Court in New Brunswick at around 9 a.m. and agreed to be sent to New York during the brief proceeding, said a court spokeswoman.

Public advocate candidates address few Island issues: Ferry, hospitals, Garner

Ten of the candidates for public advocate gathered on Staten Island Thursday night to make the case for why they should win the votes of borough residents. But two hours of discussion resulted in little mention from candidates on how they would actually advocate for issues that affect the everyday lives of Staten Islanders.

S.I. man charged in package theft on video, several others

A Staten Island man went outside the box to do some Christmas shopping this season by swiping boxes left outside several borough homes. Jesus Vasquez, 51, skipped the long lines and the online orders when he allegedly stole several packages -- including expensive jewelry and Nike Air Jordan sneakers -- from five Staten Island homes, authorities said.

Body camera footage allegedly shows the discovery of marijuana in the defendant's car.

The Legal Aid Society is imploring the district attorney's office to prosecute two Staten Island cops for allegedly "planting false evidence" following a car stop involving four young black men earlier this year, as well as to review all prior convictions stemming from the officers' arrests. In a letter to District Attorney Michael E. McMahon, the lawyers claim Police Officer Kyle Erickson of the 120th Precinct planted marijuana in the back seat of Lasou Kuyateh's vehicle after he and his partner, Officer Elmer Pastran, searched the same area and already declared it clean.

Checkin' in with ... Congressman-elect Max Rose

New pol in town: Congressman-elect Max Rose ousted New York City's only Republican congressman, Dan Donovan, in a Nov. 6 upset, winning more than 52 percent of the vote to represent New York's 11th congressional district. Democratic Congressman-elect Max Rose - a U.S. Army veteran and former health-care executive - ousted New York City's only House Republican, Rep. Dan Donovan , in a Nov. 6 upset, winning more than 52 percent of the votes to represent the city's 11th congressional district, which covers Bay Ridge, Bath Beach, Dyker Heights, Bensonhurst, Gravesend, Sheepshead Bay, and all of Staten Island.

Board of Elections head resigns from voting machine advisory board

The head of the city's Board of Elections Michael Ryan, a native Staten Islander, abruptly resigned from his post on the advisory board of the maker of New York City's voting machines, Election Systems and Software , earlier this week. His resignation came after a NY1 report found that ES&S had flown Ryan around the country to destinations like Las Vegas putting him up in hotels and buying him dinners.

Tired of shaving? We tried laser hair removal

You may want to consider laser hair removal, which can produce long-lasting results after only four to six visits. Luminesse Laser in Great Kills is one of many businesses on Staten Island that performs laser hair removal.

At 60, veteran hairstylist opens Staten Island salon

Mitchell Rossi, 60, had a steady clientele at the self-titled hair salon he owned for more than 40 years on 86th Street in Brooklyn. "In 1985 I was the only salon on my block, but then it became inundated with salons all over the place," said Rossi.

Qian Zhu, 29, of Staten Island, has been missing since Monday.

Police are seeking the public's help to locate a 29-year-old Staten Island woman who was last seen in Manhattan. Qian Zhu, 29, went missing after she was spotted on Monday at about 4:45 p.m. in the vicinity of 125th Street and Fifth Avenue in Manhattan, according to a statement from the NYPD's Deputy Commissioner of Public Information.

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