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MTA Real Time App Tells Staten Island Straphangers When Train Will Come

The MTA updated its iPhone and web app to include real time updates for the Staten Island Railway.

Tottenville »

$1.9M Softball Field Coming to Tottenville HS, Borough President Says

Tottenville High School will get a $1.9 million softball field, set to open next year, Oddo said.

New Springville »

Traffic Light Coming to Golf Course After Users Worried About Safety

Staten Island golfers were concerned that a road that snaked through their fairway was dangerous.

Midland Beach »

Free Concerts and 'Back to the Beach' to Light up Staten Island This Summer

Borough President Oddo announced that the free summer concerts and Back to the Beach will return.

Midland Beach »

De Blasio Promises 500 Sandy Reimbursement Checks By Summer's End

The planned Sandy rebuilding changes were included in a report released Thursday.

St. George »

Staten Island Cleanup Plan to Include On-Call Litter Response Team

Elected officials want to remove litter from streets and encourage residents to tweet troubled areas.

Great Kills »

Staten Island Has Least Snow Removal Equipment in City, Council Report Says

A city council report showed the borough had the least amount of plows.

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Real Time Countdown Clocks Installed in Four Staten Island Railway Stations

The MTA added electronic signs that tell riders how long until the next train on four stops.

Tottenville »

Councilman Ignizio Elected City Council Minority Leader

Ignizio was elected to lead the City Council's three-person Republican caucus.

Eltingville »

Plan to Clean Up Staten Island Revealed

Local politicians announced a plan to address litter in the borough.

Great Kills »

Trees Planted as Staten Island Landfill Begins Transformation into Park

The first trees were planted at Brookfield Landfill, which is expected to open as a park in 2017.

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.

St. George »

Staten Island Home of Woman Whose Family Died in Sandy Bought by City

The home of Patricia Dresch was the first acquired by the city through the Build it Back program.

St. George »

Council Backs Plan for Staten Island Ferry to Sail Every Half Hour

The bill will increase Staten Island Ferry service to every half hour starting in 2015.

St. George »

Plan for More Regular Staten Island Ferry Service Passes Hurdle

A bill to increase service to every half-hour was approved by the city's Transportation Committee.

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