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STATEN ISLAND

Second Stop Work Order Issued at Mt. Manresa

The Department of Buildings says it issued a second stop work order for Mt. Manresa last week after the agency and residents expressed concerns the contractor may have violated a previous order. 11:23 AM

About 200 supporters gathered at the Alice Austen House on Saturday to support a plan that would add pedestrian and bicycle pathways along the Verrazano Bridge, connecting the Staten Island, Brooklyn and Manhattan waterfronts with three waterfront communities in New Jersey.

11:30 AM

EYE ON EBOLA

Staten Island Liberian Community Feels Ripple Effects of Ebola Crisis

Staten Island is home to the largest Liberian population outside of Liberia. Now, with the spread of Ebola in West Africa, this long-established community finds itself in an unwelcome spotlight, so this week we're looking at how residents are faring.

Updated 9:42 AM

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NY1 SHOWS

NY1 Online: The New York Times Close Up 10/18/14

On the October 18 edition of "The New York Times Close Up," Sam Roberts talks with Fordham University associate law professor and former Democratic gubernatorial candidate Zephyr Teachout about her new book, "Corruption in America," reviewed in this Sunday's Times Book Review.

2:00 PM

NY1 Online: On Stage [Full Program] 10/18/14

An on-set interview with Rosemary Harris and Romola Garai, who are currently starring off-Broadway in Tom Stoppard's "Indian Ink"; reviews of the new Broadway production of "On the Town" and the Primary Stages production of "While I Yet Live"; and a look at "Tail! Spin!", a new political comedy starring SNL alum Rachel Dratch, highlight the October 18 edition of On Stage, hosted by Donna Karger.

1:58 PM

 

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STATEN ISLAND

UFT Hosts Parent Conference

The United Federation of Teachers hosted its fifth Annual Parent Conference Saturday at the Hilton Garden Inn. Students, teachers and parents attended workshops on everything from Common Core learning standards to issues like bullying. 10/19/2014 01:23 PM

STATEN ISLAND

Van Offers Free Mammograms During Senior Info Day

The Project Renewal "Scan Van" came to Senator Andrew Lanza's office Friday as part of his "Senior Info Day, and gave Islanders a potentially life-saving health exam for free. 10/19/2014 01:36 PM

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