Thursday, October 02, 2014

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Sanitation Workers Wear Pink Ribbons for Breast Cancer Awareness

October is Breast Cancer awareness month, and for the first time sanitation workers around the city will be wearing pink ribbons to mark the occasion. It's an effort that started on Staten Island, where the potentially fatal disease is hitting close to home for two garbage collectors. 10/01/2014 06:05 PM


Bowery Mission in Desperate Need of Donations.

The Bowery Mission serves up 1,000 free meals a day to the homeless, but with the holiday season and the winter looming, they say they're in desperate need of donations. NY1's Cheryl Wills sat down with the Bowery Mission's James Winans to discuss the group's needs.

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NY1 Online: Sanitation Commissioner Updates Fresh Kills, UES Projects

City Sanitation Commissioner Kathryn Garcia joined Inside City Hall to talk about the department's plans to hire hundreds more people, and also provided updates about development at the Fresh Kills site on Staten Island and the planned waste transfer station on the Upper East Side.

10/01/2014 09:34 PM




Mayor Ducks Questions on Staten Island Chuck

Fielding questions Monday for the first time since the death of Staten Island Chuck was revealed last week, Mayor Bill de Blasio did his best to sidestep questions on the topic that's rapidly turning into a punchline. 09/29/2014 07:51 PM

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