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The Mount Manresa property was sold for $15 million in February. (credit: CBS 2)

Staten Island Residents Fight Development At Mount Manresa Retreat Center Site

In February, the property — with old-growth trees, a chapel, a water tower and other buildings — was sold to developers, the Savo brothers, for $15 million.


Damaged garage at 106 Fox Beach Avenue (credit: Alex Silverman/WCBS 880)

Staten Island Homes, Structures Badly Damaged By Sandy To Be Demolished

The homeowners have until Tuesday morning to issue any objections to the planned demolition.


A close-up look at the crane collapse in Long Island City on Jan. 9, 2013. (credit: CBS 2)

Official: LIC Crane Collapse Possibly Triggered By Overweight Load

The crane that collapsed across a building in Long Island City, Queens on Wednesday afternoon was attempting to lift more than twice as much weight as was approved, according to a preliminary investigation from the city’s Buildings Department.


Destroyed Home On Beach 134th Street In The Rockaways (credit: Marla Diamond/WCBS 880)

Report: Hundreds Of Homes To Be Bulldozed By New York City Due To Sandy Damage

The homes slated to be bulldozed suffered severe structural damage due to flooding and the high winds from Sandy, according to city officials.