Thursday, July 10, 2014

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The second annual Sticky Situation art show, which includes street art from 17 artists from all over the country, is headed back to Staten Island.

07/09/2014 10:26 PM

Local elected officials and representatives from the Department of Parks and Recreation gathered back in October to announce plans for a memorial plaque honoring the 24 Staten Island residents who lost their lives in the storm, but Borough President James Oddo says plans for the memorial have been put on hold.

07/09/2014 10:35 PM

State Assembly Candidate Sets Up Headquarters in Rosebank

State Assembly candidate Marybeth Melendez, who faces Republican incumbent Nicole Malliotakis for the 64th district seat, which represents Staten Island's East Shore and parts of Brooklyn, officially set up her headquarters Wednesday in Rosebank.

07/09/2014 10:33 PM

RUMC to Partner With SI BP's Health and Wellness Initiative

Richmond University Medical Center announced Wednesday it will partner with the Staten Island borough president's health and wellness initiative, planning to bring free programming like health screenings and fitness classes to the hospital's 2,400 employees.

07/09/2014 10:38 PM

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African Leaders Visit Successful SI Nonprofit

Wagner College on Staten Island was the only local school selected to be part of a State Department program designed to connect African leaders with universities in the United States for hands on learning, and on Tuesday, the fellows visited one of the borough's most successful not-for-profits. 07/08/2014 10:01 PM


SI Will Not See Any Additional Police Patrols, Officials Say

The New York City Police Department announced this week that it's moving 1,000 officers from their desk jobs to the streets this summer in response to a recent increase in crime, but officials say none of the additional patrols will be on Staten Island, despite calls from residents for more officers in the borough after a rash of recent violence. 07/08/2014 11:13 PM

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