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  1. Blogger Couple Will Live in 12 Different NYC Neighborhoods in 12 MonthsRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | DNAInfo.com

    Felix Zeltner and Christina Horsten are on the hunt for the perfect New York City home - or 12 of them, to be exact. The couple is embarking on a journey through the city in which they plan to live in a different neighborhood every month for a year, spending time in each of the five boroughs with their 20-month-old daughter Emma in tow.

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  2. Luxury Staten Island Building Has Urban Farm, Apiary and a PoolRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 20 | DNAinfo.com

    So far, the building has had 70 people move in and 100 other tenants sign up, according to Laurayne Croke, managing director for the project. The first phase of the $150 million LEED-certified complex, built by New Jersey-based Ironstate Development, has a mix of studios, one and two-bedrooms in two buildings.

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  3. Assemblyman Asks Pokemon Go Players to Stay Out of Staten Island CemeteryRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 20 | DNAinfo.com

    A Staten Island Assemblyman called on players to stay out of Moravian Cemetery - a PokStop in the game - and the cemetery promised to prosecute gamers caught inside "to the fullest extent of the law." "Not only is it disrespectful to our families and their loved one's resting on our sacred grounds, the game playing also presents a problem in that players of this game can easily get hurt," the cemetery said in a statement.

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  4. Fighting Passengers Force DOT to Stop Phone Charging on Staten Island FerryRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 19 | DNAinfo.com

    Fighting riders who brawl over power outlets on the Staten Island Ferry have caused officials to cut the electrical supply. The Department of Transportation disconnected the outlets after a series of fracases among passengers jostling to plug in their phones - including one in which a ferry worker was attacked.

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  5. Drunk Driver With Car Full Of Kids Crashes into Pole, NYPD SaysRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 19 | DNAinfo.com

    A driver was arrested for driving drunk after he crashed a car full of kids and an 11-month-old girl, critically injuring all of them, in Staten Island on Monday afternoon, police said. Norman Williams, 35, lost control of his car and slammed into a wooden pole at 338 Fingerboard Road about 4:29 p.m., according to an NYPD spokesman.

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  6. Inwood Literacy Program Tackles Summer Reading Slump for KidsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 17 | DNAInfo.com

    LINC, Inc. has been working with locals schools, libraries and community centers since 1996, to help kids develop a joy for reading. INWOOD A local literacy program kicked off a month-long initiative this month to decrease the summer reading slump that impacts low-income, school-aged students, organizers said.

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  7. New York Wheel Shipment Marks Rebirth of South Brooklyn Marine TerminalRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 14 | DNAInfo.com

    The arrival of a cargo ship in Sunset Park from Denmark late last month marked the reactivation of South Brooklyn Marine Terminal for the first time in years, officials said this week. The BBC Scotland docked at the terminal June 28 carrying large crane parts to be used for the construction of the New York Wheel , a massive Ferris wheel that's expected to open next year on Staten Island's waterfront, according to the city's Economic Development Corporation.

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  8. On Closing Rikers Island, City Hall's Thinking Has EvolvedRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 14 | DNAInfo.com

    A presentation given to Deputy Mayor Anthony Shorris in March shows that City Hall first explored the idea of shutting down Rikers Island in June 2015 - and that its study on how to improve conditions at city jails has changed significantly over the past year. The March 9 presentation, which is available to view below, shows that the City Hall study was initially examining a few options, including just renovating existing facilities at Rikers or a partial closure of the island's jail coupled with the expansion of borough-based detention centers.

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  9. 'Berry Fields' To Get $9.3M MakeoverRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 13 | DNAinfo.com

    A gully of water at third base might be a thing of the past for baseball players at the "Berry Fields." A $9.3 million revamp of sports fields at Gen.

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  10. Mark-Viverito Compromise With NYPD Over Searches Comes Under FireRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 13 | DNAinfo.com

    A decision by Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito to allow the NYPD to implement changes to how police interact with the public - instead of passing legislation to mandate it - is wrong and will be challenged, City Council members and police reform advocates say. Mark-Viverito announced that after a year of negotiations with the NYPD, provisions of the "Right to Know Act" would be added to the department's patrol guide instead of pushed into law.

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  11. Outdoor Gym Equipment Coming to Staten Island ParksRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 12 | DNAinfo.com

    The city will add outdoor workout equipment to several Staten Island parks by the fall - nearly doubling their availability in the borough - and give the public free access to ellipticals, chest press machines, pull up bars and other fitness features. The equipment, designed by Landscape Structures , will be placed in Bloomingdale Park, Wolfe's Pond Park and Corporal Thompson Park and be available when the planned Fairview Park opens, officials said.

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  12. Famed Staten Island Pizzeria Denino's Opens Manhattan Outpost This WeekRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 12 | DNAinfo.com

    New Yorkers itching to try a famous Staten Island pizzeria no longer have to hop on the ferry or a cross a bridge to grab a pie. The new 93 MacDougal St. spot will have grand opening specials including free alcohol and will serve up its well-know "MOR" - mushroom, onion and ricotta - and "Garbage" pies for lunch and dinner, according to the pizzeria's Facebook page.

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  13. One of City's First Police Stations is now a TriBeCa LandmarkRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 7 | DNAinfo.com

    One of the earliest police stations in New York and a 19th-century mercantile building are the newest landmarked buildings in TriBeCa. The Landmarks Preservation Commission voted unanimously last week to landmark 315 Broadway, a five-story loft building constructed in 1861, as well as 160 Chambers St., an 1830s residence that became a police station, then was converted to a firehouse in 1896.

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  14. 500 Graves Discoverd at One of Country's First Settlements of Free BlacksRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 7 | DNAinfo.com

    Work at a Staten Island church has uncovered more than 500 previously undiscovered graves inside one of the country's first free black-founded settlements. A radar survey in the grounds of the Rossville Zion A.M.E. Church and cemetery, part of the historic Sandy Ground community, found the graves dating back to at least 1853.

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  15. City Ends Program to House Homeless Families in Staten Island HotelsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 6 | DNAinfo.com

    A controversial program to house homeless families in Staten Island hotels has ended after the last residents were moved out last week, officials said. Councilman Steven Matteo and Borough President James Oddo said the last homeless families moved out of hotels that were being used as temporary shelters.

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  16. MAP: These Neighborhoods Have More Dog Poop Complaints This Year Than LastRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 6 | DNAinfo.com

    New York City may be less of a minefield for the soles of your shoes than it was six years ago. The number of complaints made to 311 about canine waste in the Big Apple dropped about 25 percent over five years, from nearly 3,500 calls in 2010 to 2,600 in 2015, according to a new study by the apartment rental listings website RentHop.

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  17. MAP: See Where NYC Has the Most Houses of Worship Per ResidentRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 5 | DNAinfo.com

    Brooklyn was once called the borough of churches , but Jamaica, Queens, is the neighborhood with the greatest concentration of houses of worship. The greatest number houses of worship per thousand residents can be found in South Jamaica, Queens, according to data analyst Ben Wellington, who last week published an in-depth look at property tax exemptions for local religious institutions .

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  18. Outerbridge Cowboy Feels Like His Horses Were Stolen After ArrestRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 1 | DNAInfo.com

    Tod "Doc" Mishler, 80, who made headlines after his traffic-snarling ride over the bridge Monday, was charged with torturing and injuring animals at his Friday arraignment. Prosecutors say his two horses, Hope II and Charity II, were underfed and weren't given enough water of veterinary care.

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  19. Cowboy Who Rode Horses into Staten Island Arrested for Animal Cruelty: NYPDRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 30 | DNAInfo.com

    While Mishler waited at the West Shore Inn to secure permission to take his animals over the Verazzano-Narrows Bridge, police took his horses to get checked out by a vet, the Advance reported. Despite the District Attorney's office saying Mishler signed a waiver of consent to give up his animals, Mishler rallied outside the park with supporters calling on the city to give back his horses.

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  20. 'Ninja Burglar' Victims Gather to Get ClosureRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 30 | DNAinfo.com

    The many victims of the "Ninja Burglar" gathered together this week, eager to bring closure to the shared experience of being a target of one of the most prolific criminals in New York City's history. On Wednesday night, about 50 of his victims went to St. John University's Kelleher Hall - near many of the homes he broke into - to hear District Attorney Michael McMahon give more information about the case and field questions.

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