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A South Boston Church is back home after spending a week in Staten Island, New York helping victims of Superstorm Sandy.
Fast-moving traffic prevailed on busy Richmond Avenue this sultry early Sunday afternoon, and motorists filled Richmond Hill and Forest Hill roads in both directions.
The man, 47, stabbed his 51-year-old wife in their Bulls Head-area home Sunday while their three children - ages 15, 14 and 9 - were home.
Hundreds of people poured into the "Artist Alley" outside Richmond Hood Company for the second annual "Sticky Situation: New York City," a sprawling street art competition with live music stages, free giveaways and a palpable sense of community.
The fourth annual "Smooth Sounds by the Sea" will be held Sunday, July 20, at the Alice Austen House, Rosebank, from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., rain or shine.
A Rottweiler bit a Staten Island woman's index finger down to the bone, nearly severing it from her hand, as she tried to break up a scuffle between three dogs at the dog park inside Wolfe's Pond Park on Saturday, according to police.
Brian Colligan, of Grant City, has been coming to the Back to the Beach festival for the past 12 years.
More than 2,000 people, regardless of their sexual orientation, decided to 'go gay for the day,' at the 10th Annual Staten Island PrideFest at Snug Harbor Cultural Center & Botanical Garden, Livingston, on Saturday.
In 20 hours time, 50/50 Skatepark converted a junkyard into a BMX rider's paradise for the open invitational Outlaws of Dirt competition.
The bride-to-be is the daughter of Karen and Joseph Vorbeck, who have announced the engagement.
Residents have long prized the suburban trappings of New Dorp, the central Staten Island neighborhood near the borough's eastern shore.
Illegal prostitution is quietly proliferating in this borough, under the guise of storefront "spas" and "massage parlors" across the Island, from quiet residential neighborhoods to busy commercial strips.
Because major arteries across the borough are still riddled with potholes and uneven patches of road, the NYC Department of Transportation will continue to make repairs even though patching season generally ends in March.
Its many beaches are a great way for people to relax, have fun, and take in the sun come summer.
The distraught fiancee of murder victim Kuwan Collins broke down Friday outside of Stapleton Criminal Court, moments after seeing Tyrell Brown, the Clifton man accused of slaying her loved one on Sunday.
Join in the effort to erect a granite monument at blues pioneer Mamie Smith's unmarked grave - 68 years after her death - and create a maintenance fund for her gravesite and others in need at Frederick Douglass Memorial Park.
Updated: Mon Jul 14, 2014 02:06 am
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