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Staten Island (New York City)

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  • Stranded Mother and Baby Airlifted In Rooftop Rescue

    Stranded Mother and Baby Airlifted In Rooftop Rescue
    As rescue efforts continue in the Tri-state area in wake of Hurricane Sandy, stunning video surfaced showing the rooftop rescue of a mother and baby. The video was taken Wednesday above a Staten Island home flooded by the storm. According to...
  • Superstorm Sandy survivors push on, search for normalcy in wake of devastation

    Superstorm Sandy survivors push on, search for normalcy in wake of devastation
    Survivors of Superstorm Sandy struggled Thursday to balance their need for normalcy with the emotionally devastating weight of tragedy. Many woke up and joined countless others who went to work, beset by thoughts of the dead and missing two days after...
  • New York City Marathon Canceled After Flood Of Criticism

    New York City Marathon Canceled After Flood Of Criticism
    The New York City Marathon has been canceled, following a flood of criticism against Mayor Bloomberg and marathon officials who had planned to hold it in wake of Hurricane Sandy aftermath. The announcement came in Friday afternoon as a result of a...
  • HELP IF YOU NEED IT: Food and Water Distribution Locations Across City

    HELP IF YOU NEED IT: Food and Water Distribution Locations Across City
    The Salvation Army announced Thursday night that they would deliver food to victims of Hurricane Sandy at 14 locations in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens and Staten Island between 1 p.m. and 5 p.m. until they are no longer necessary. The distribution centers...
  • New York City Marathon canceled due to problems from Superstorm Sandy

    New York City Marathon canceled due to problems from Superstorm Sandy
    The New York City Marathon -- scheduled for Sunday -- was canceled Friday due to lingering effects from Superstorm Sandy, the city's mayor said. Mayor Michael Bloomberg had said earlier in the week the race would go on -- despite transportation, power...
  • New York City Marathon canceled

    New York City Marathon canceled
    The New York City Marathon - scheduled for Sunday - was called off Friday due to lingering effects from Superstorm Sandy, the city's mayor said. Mayor Michael Bloomberg had said earlier in the week the race would go on - despite transportation, power and...
  • GAS Being Delivered Via Mobile Fuel Stations; POWER Returning To Manhattan; 80% SUBWAY Service Restored; MARATHON Canceled; NJ CHRISTIE Establishes EVEN-ODD GAS System

    GAS Being Delivered Via Mobile Fuel Stations; POWER Returning To Manhattan; 80% SUBWAY Service Restored; MARATHON Canceled; NJ CHRISTIE Establishes EVEN-ODD GAS System
    Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Saturday the U.S. Department Of Defense in conjunction with the National Guard has establish emergency mobile fuel stations around the city, according to the Associated Press. Free gasoline is being rationed out to emergency...
  • 2 Dead, 2 Injured After Ambulance Collides With Car

    2 Dead, 2 Injured After Ambulance Collides With Car
    An ambulance driver and the driver of a car died Monday after their vehicles collided on Staten Island. Four people were involved in the deadly crash, which happened around 7:10 p.m. near Hylan and Seacrest Avenues. A 2009 BMW was traveling northbound...
  • John Talignani, 74, Staten Island, NY

    John Talignani, 74, Staten Island, NY
    As a bartender and steward at Manhattan’s Palm restaurants for twenty years, John Talignani, 74, met a fair share of celebrities. But the World War II Army veteran was down-to-earth, a family man dedicated to his late wife, Selma, and her three sons...
  • Archive: Presentation College president retiring

    About a year after she was hired as president of Presentation College, Lorraine Hale was uncertain about the future of the small Catholic school on the northern edge of Aberdeen. Simply put, she didn't know whether it would survive. Thursday, while...
  • Critic's Notebook: Shifting horizons in Santa Monica parks design

    Critic's Notebook: Shifting horizons in Santa Monica parks design
    Standing atop a patch of churned-up dirt on a recent morning, James Corner was surrounded by mismatched palm trees, chipped sidewalks and sagging chain link: a typical slice of Southern California landscape caught unawares, hardly ready for its close-up....