Michael Grimm

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New Springville »

Staten Islanders Fume Over Streets Left Unplowed for Morning Commute

Many streets on Staten Island were a slushy mess for rush hour, causing a hectic commute for residents.

New Dorp »

Staten Island Congressman Won't Be Charged For Threats, Report Says

Rep. Michael Grimm won't be charged for threatening NY1 reporter Michael Scotto.

Great Kills »

Staten Island Congressman Threatens to Throw NY1 Reporter Off a Balcony

Rep. Michael Grimm threatened to "break in half" NY1 reporter Michael Scotto after an interview.

Great Kills »

Bloomberg Marks Sandy's Anniversary With Tour of Staten Island Defenses

The visit was part of a three borough tour of resiliency sites in Sandy damaged neighborhoods.

St. George »

Rally Calls for Staten Island Outlet Mall Developers to Use Union Labor

Union members were joined by local elected officials to call on the developer to use union labor.

Tottenville »

MTA Breaks Ground on Tottenville Station for Staten Island Railway

The station, slated to open in 2015, will replace the Atlantic and Nassau stations.

Upper East Side »

Fake Royal Accused of Ripping Off Rockefeller Commode

Josef Meyers, who once worked with ex-FBI agent Michael Grimm, allegedly stole the pricey furniture.

New Dorp Beach »

Mold Spreading From Abandoned Homes Worries Residents Returning After Sandy

Michael Grimm said Staten Islanders worry about mold spreading from neighboring homes.

Oakwood »

Congressman Joins Students to Help Paint Sandy-Damaged Homes

Rep. Michael Grimm, along with students from the city, painted Staten Island homes damaged by Sandy.

New Dorp »

Center Helping Sandy Damaged Small Businesses Opens in Staten Island

The Small Business Development Center opened a satellite office to help owners apply for federal aid.

Bay Terrace (Staten Island) »

Great Kills Park Marina Saved from Closure After Sandy

The Parks Service has announced they will extend the lease for the dock.

Bay Terrace (Staten Island) »

Residents and Officials Fight to Keep Storm-Damaged Marina Open

Residents are trying to stop the National Parks Service from shutting down the Great Kills Marina.

New York City »

Bloomberg Shrugs Off Delay on Hurricane Sandy Aid Vote

Bloomberg did not join other area elected officials angered by delays in sending Sandy cash.

New York City »

President Obama Approves New Natural Gas Pipeline in Brooklyn and Queens

The pipeline will run beneath the Rockaways, Jamaica Bay and Floyd Bennett Field.

New Dorp Beach »

Mold Poses Threat as Residents Repair Flooded Homes, Politicians Say

Congressman Michael Grimm said residents should let all wood submerged by storm water dry out.

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