Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Staten island

  • Generosity seen on Staten Island in storm's wake has been heartening

    Within days, when the deadly scope of the destruction Hurricane Sandy had wrought on Staten Island and the greater New York City area became evident, people didn't wait for official relief operations to begin.

  • Cops: Husband killed Staten Island teacher

    Cops: Husband killed Staten Island teacher. John M. Annese/Staten Island Advance By John M. Annese/Staten Island Advance Staten Island Advance on November 14, 2012 at 6:00 AM, updated November 14, 2012 at 6:03 AM. Email | Print. Brought to you by ...

  • Staten Island firms along the North Shore lost equipment and supplies in the ...

    STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. - Businesses along Staten Island's commercial and industrial North Shore waterfront sustained devastating hits during Hurricane Sandy's powerful surge in the Kill van Kull, and companies both small and large are waiting to put the ...

  • Staten Island man pretended to be cop to get gas, police allege

    Aniello DeGuida, 44, of the 200 block of Edison Street, was trying to get gas at the Shell service station at 2430 Richmond Rd. about 8 p.m.

  • Red Cross defends its performance on Staten Island

    Despite mounting criticism about its relief-distribution efforts on Staten Island, the American Red Cross said it is doing its best and has dispensed hundreds of thousands of meals and snacks to borough residents battered by Hurricane Sandy, along with ...

  • Staten Island markets give turkeys to food pantries

    The donation to Staten Island food pantries takes place at the ShopRite store in New Dorp. Kevin Mannix, store owner, at right, is joined from the left by Deacon Jim Stahlnecker, St. Mary of the Assumption Church; Anita Fein, St. Edward Food Pantry ...

  • Staten Island adult sports roundup: Touch tackle, basketball and bowling

    Mike Ellsayed threw a 27-yard touchdown to Jason Haynes early in the third quarter as Big Nose Kate's settled for a 6-6 Staten Island Touch Tackle League East tie with Arena Sports Bar. Kenny Munson hauled in a 16-yarder from Mike Mulia midway in the ...

  • Poor People's Dinner to raise money for Staten Island hurricane recovery

    STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- Project Hospitality, the Island organization dedicated to emergency housing and services that has been at the forefront of evacuee work since Hurricane Sandy hit Staten Island's East Shore, is dedicating all funds at Monday's ...

  • New York Rangers coming to help hurricane victims of Staten Island

    New York Ranger Brad Richards and several of his teammates have joined forces with the St. Joseph by-the-Sea HS hockey team and the Staten Island Skating Pavilion to hold two, one-hour youth clinics on Friday at the Charleston facility. Richards wanted ...

  • City Housing Buildings Back On Grid After Lengthy Storm Outage

    Con Ed says the 1 million restorations do not include approximately 16,300 customers in flood damaged areas of Brooklyn, Queens and Staten Island. The utility says those customers will not see the lights come on until their own internal equipment is ...

  • Staten Island fundraiser will honor treasured schoolmate

    By Diane C. Lore/Staten Island Advance Staten Island Advance on November 14, 2012 at 11:25 AM, updated November 14, 2012 at 11:49 AM.

  • Staten Island freshman runner making big strides

    By Faraz T. Toor Staten Island Advance on November 14, 2012 at 9:00 AM, updated November 14, 2012 at 9:04 AM. Email | Print.

  • Staten Island's Smith earns All-American Bowl selection

    By Staten Island Advance Staten Island Advance on November 14, 2012 at 8:45 AM. Email | Print. Brought to you by. LARAY.

  • This Staten Island doctor has picture-perfect Rx for all

    He did sell a few photos and the money, as always, is earmarked for the Staten Island Children's Campaign which has benefitted from the proceeds he generates through his famed photo/notecards (of you name it) and calendars for the past 11 years.

  • Obama to Visit Storm-Damaged Staten Island

    President Barack Obama is set to visit storm-ravaged Staten Island on Thursday, where he will thank first responders and view the recovery from Sandy.

  • Wheel will withstand storms, CEO tells Staten Island hearing

    STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- The auditorium wasn't full, but considering the state of Staten Island after Hurricane Sandy, the turnout for Tuesday's public hearing on the proposed New York Wheel and Harbor Commons retail outlet was impressive.

  • Homeland Security heard visits NYC's Staten Island, sees progress since ...

    NEW YORK (AP) - U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano visited Staten Island on Sunday, telling residents and officials that progress has been made since Superstorm Sandy struck two weeks ago but much remains to be done.

  • Thanksgiving nor'easter could bring new dose of bad weather to Staten Island

    STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. - Here it comes again! Just in time for Thanksgiving, another nor'easter is headed our way, the National Weather Service says.

  • Staten Island woman fatally struck by car is identified

    The neighbor said Ms. Du liked planting vegetables and flowers around her home, but had not adjusted to living on Staten Island. As for the fatal crash, according to police, as a driver traveled westbound in the right hand lane along Victory Boulevard ...

  • Staten Island QuikStart power program expanded

    NEW YORK (AP) - Officials on Staten Island say a power restoration program called QuikStart is being expanded to hundreds of homes after a successful test run.

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