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About: staten island, new york

The Staten Island Ferry is one of the most popular tourist attractions in New York City. The Ferry offers unparalleled views of historical Ellis Island, lower Manhattan and the infamous Statue of Liberty. Notable residents of Staten Island have included actress Alyssa Milano (Charmed, My Name is Earl), actor Martin Sheen (Apocalypse Now, The West Wing), actor Paul Newman (Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, Cool Hand Luke), and musicians such as Christina Aguilera, Lady GaGa, Gene Simmons of KISS and several members of the Wu Tang Clan.

Population: 443728
Local Newspapers: Staten Island Advance, New York Daily News, New York Post, New York Times Courier
Local Sports Teams: New York Giants (NFL), New York Islanders (NHL), New York Jets (NFL), New York Knicks (NBA), New York Liberty (WNBA), New York Mets (MLB), New York Rangers (NHL)
Local Colleges: State UniversityCollege of Staten Island, Wagner College, St. John's University

Zip Codes associated with staten island, new york: 10301, 10302, 10303, 10304, 10305, 10306, 10307, 10308, 10309, 10310, 10312, 10314
Towns/Cities near staten island, new york : Elm Park, Grasmere, Huguenot, Annadale, Bayonne NJ, Perth Amboy NJ

Staten-Island News
Staten Island woman accused of helping son run massive Medicaid fraud using homeless patients

A Staten Island woman in her 60s is accused of helping her son run a massive Medicaid fraud in which homeless people were promised free footwear in exchange for visiting clinics in New York City where doctors prescribed unnecessary medical tests and equipment. The scheme led to more than $6.9 million in fraudulent Medicaid and Medicare billings between October 2012 and September 2014, the Brooklyn district attorney's office charged in an indictment.

Deadline looms for full Staten Island Ferry service expansion

The city has until Wednesday to decide whether the Staten Island Ferry will run every 30 minutes around the clock. The increase could potentially affect thousands of Staten Islanders who commute to Manhattan late at night and must wait up to an hour at the ferry terminals.

Report: Staten Island woman accused of beating upstate man with a baseball bat

A Staten Island woman is accused of assaulting an upstate man with a baseball bat during a burglary last October, according to report by CBS 6 Albany. Gloversville police claim Sugeil Cook and two other accomplices allegedly broke into the man's home and assaulted him on Oct. 5, the report says.

Brighton Beach And Bensonhurst Healthcare Workers Caught Up In...

The 199-count indictment, which names 23 defendants - including nine doctors - alleges they they lured "patients" from low-income neighborhoods, homeless shelters, and welfare offices to corrupt medical clinics for unnecessary tests with the promise of free footwear like sneakers, shoes and boots, District Attorney Ken Thompson revealed at a press conference today. "These defendants allegedly exploited the most vulnerable members of our society and raked in millions of dollars by doing so.

Criminal charges dropped against cop accused of selling phony North Face jackets

Brooklyn prosecutors have dropped trademark counterfeiting and other criminal charges against a cop from Staten Island accused of selling phony North Face jackets. A spokeswoman for Brooklyn District Attorney Kenneth Thompson said the charges against Marc Florida, 44, have been dismissed, but declined further comment, because the court file is sealed.

11 outstanding Staten Island historic buildings to receive awards April 12

The non-profit Preservation League of Staten Island will host its annual awards ceremony on Sunday, April 12, recognizing 11 borough property owners for outstanding maintenance and restoration of their historic homes and other buildings. The League will also honor the Committee to Save Mount Manresa in recognition of that grass-roots group's efforts to preserve the 16-acre historic site for public use.

Inn examines what to do when a guilty client proclaims innocence

When the Kings County chapter of the American Inns of Court gathers March 31 for its regular CLE-accredited session, a distinguished panel - led by Appellate Division Justice Sylvia Hinds-Radix and Paul Weitz - will demonstrate a lawyer's options when a client in a criminal case vacillates on a plea proposal. Titled "But Wait: I'm Actually Innocent," a randomly assembled drama troupe - also composed of Hon.

Will March go out like a lion? Wintery mix of snow and rain forecast for Tuesday-Wednesday

March may go out like a lion with a wintery mix of snow and rain on Staten Island from Tuesday into Wednesday. The high on Tuesday is predicted to be 47 degrees, but the low will dip below freezing to only 32 degrees which may change rain over into snow.

Weissglass Foundation hosts Seder for special Jewish community

Passover, one of the more important Jewish holidays, begins with Seder, a ritual performed by multiple generations of a family, wherein the story of the liberation of the Israelites from slavery in ancient Egypt is retold. Unfortunately, some Staten Islanders of the Jewish faith who grew up going to Seders can no longer attend Seders for a variety of reasons, including isolation due to the loss of family members, failing health, or not having families nearby.

'Impractical Jokers' star James Murray announces run for Congress

James Murray, one of the stars of the TruTV comedy show "Impractical Jokers " and Staten Island native, has apparently launched a write-in campaign to represent the borough in Congress. The seat is up for grabs since former Rep. Michael Grimm stepped down after pleading guilty to tax fraud.

Bartenders bring the heat to 'Bloody Mary' competition at Liberty Tavern

Twelve borough bartenders competed in the "Bloody Mary Mix Down" preliminary competition at Liberty Tavern on Forest Avenue Monday night. Only a few were deemed winners.

Want to take a cruise with Mob Wives' Big Ang?

This year's big booking at the annual Consumer Travel Expo involves a big reality star. "We are actually promoting a cruise with Big Ang of Mob Wives.

Review of N.J. officer in fatal wrong-way crash reassigned

The New Jersey investigation into a police officer who was behind the wheel in a fatal wrong-way crash that killed another officer and a civilian has been moved to another prosecutor's office. Linden Police Officer Pedro Abad Jr. was critically injured in the March 20 crash on the West Shore Expressway in Staten Island, New York, as was a third officer.

2 Staten Islanders named to statewide attorney discipline commission

Two prominent members of Staten Island's legal community have been selected to sit on a new commission to review New York's disciplinary system for lawyers. New York State Chief Judge Jonathan Lippman on Monday announced the appointments of John P. Connors Jr. and Ronald M. Cerrachio to the Commission on Statewide Attorney Discipline.

De Blasio's Affordable Housing Plan Comes Under Fire at Hearing

A push by Mayor Bill de Blasio to allow developers to build taller buildings across the city as long as they include affordable housing was met with vehement opposition at a public hearing on Wednesday. Critics blasted the mayor's Zoning for Quality and Affordability initiative - part of de Blasio's 10-year affordable housing plan designed to change regulations so that building new housing is easier and cheaper - during the Department of City Planning's hearing at their lower Manhattan office.

St. John Villa hosts awards; Staten Island film producer meets Pope Francis

St. John Villa Academy hosts its fourth annual awards dinner and auction from 7 p.m. to midnight Friday, April 17, at the Excelsior Grand, New Dorp. The Blessed Alfonso Maria Fusco Award: Sister Mary Crucifix Pandullo.

Nickel and dimed to death

New Yorkers' wallets are under siege, adding another burden to middle-class workers trying to get ahead. Or at least stay even.

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