Family, Friends, Officials On Hand For Commissioning Of Staff Sgt. Michael H. Ollis Ferry On Staten IslandIt was a bittersweet start to the week on Staten Island as a new ferry joined the fleet.
COVID In NYC: Gov. Cuomo Says Staten Island Has 25% Of Deaths In City, Despite Only 5% Of PopulationThe governor says Staten Island has gone from having the lowest COVID-19 death rate in New York City to having the highest, further strengthening his threat of even more restaurant restrictions.
Staten Island Officials Alarmed By Invasive Species Of GrassAn invasive grass is growing out of control on Staten Island. One local politician is blaming the large deer population for allowing Japanese stiltgrass to take hold.
Early Stages Of Demolition Underway At Vacant SI Building Where Teen DiedThe early stages of demolition are now underway at the vacant Staten Island hospital, five days after a teen was killed in the abandoned building.
Abandoned Staten Island Building Where Teen Fell To His Death Could Be Demolished This WeekMarcos Castillo, 16, died Friday while apparently playing with friends inside the former Staten Island Hospital building at 100 Castleton Ave.
Staten Island Borough President: City Needs Plan For Dealing With Surge In Deer PopulationThe borough president said capturing or moving the deer is not a realistic option and that experts say birth control is not a plausible course of action, either.
Officials: Staten Island Deprived Of Specialized FDNY Rescue UnitStaten Island remains the only borough that does not have the extra protection of an elite FDNY squad -- a team designed specifically for high-risk rescues and fires.
Study: Staten Island Ferry Tourist Fare Could Bring MillionsA study estimates creating a Staten Island Ferry "tourist-only'' fare could bring New York City millions of dollars in annual revenue.
S.I. Politicians Hope Brooklyn Brewery Expands To West ShoreStaten Island politicians are hoping a popular Brooklyn business brings its expansion to their west shore, WCBS 880's Ginny Kosola reported.
Lawmakers Looking To Relocate Staten Island TurkeysWild turkeys have been a nuisance for sometime in the Ocean Breeze section of the borough and elected officials are now looking to relocate the turkeys to new homes.
4 Democrats, 1 Republican Elected As NYC Borough PresidentsFour Democrats and on Republican won races to Tuesday night to become the new presidents of each of New York City's five boroughs.
Councilwoman Brewer Wins Nomination For Manhattan Borough PresidentCity Councilwoman Gale Brewer (D-6th) emerged victorious Tuesday in the race for Manhattan borough president.
Beach Restoration Project Fast-Tracked For Staten IslandThe U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation will work together on short-term measures to build up the east and south shores of the borough decimated in superstorm Sandy.
Bill In City Council Would Require Oversight Of Home Elevation ProjectsStaten Island Councilman James Oddo said when he visited New Orleans recently, he was warned repeatedly about home elevation projects.
NYC Bill Would Increase Penalties For Crimes During State Of EmergencyNew York City officials want to beef up the punishment for people who break the law during city emergencies.