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Arts Group Kills Black Tie Fundraiser and Replaces it With Zombie Walk

Staten Island Arts ditched its $300-a-plate meal in lieu of a "zombie walk" to raise money for programs.

Port Richmond »

Environmental Group Wants Your Photos of Flooded Staten Island Streets

The North Shore Waterfront Conservancy is collecting photos of flooding for its climate change study.

Port Richmond »

Forest Avenue Retail Center Sells for $5.25 Million

The two-story retail center sold for $5.25 million to an unnamed buyer, the real estate agent announced.

Mariners Harbor »

Staten Island Teens Arrested for Stabbing Man on Street Corner

Kenroy Gittens, 16, and Shamel Massie, 18, were arrested for the attack on Friday night, police said.

West Brighton »

Staten Island BP Candidate Calls for Restoration of Bus Lines

Lou Liedy said he wants the MTA to restore several lines eliminated in 2010.

West Brighton »

Power Outage in West Brighton Hits 4,000 Customers

Con Ed said that approximately 4,000 were without power in West Brighton on Tuesday afternoon.

Mariners Harbor »

Poodle Rescued After Being Thrown from a Moving Car, Charity Founder Says

Anarchy Animal Rescue found a malnourished 1-year-old poodle mix they named Charlie.

West Brighton »

Staten Island BID Pushes New 'Shop Local' Campaign

The Forest Avenue BID will give out coupons and a restaurant guide for businesses on the street.

Ridgewood »

Two Young Girls Hit by Vehicle in Ridgewood

The two girls were seriously hurt in the crash at 70th Avenue and Forest Avenue, the FDNY said.

St. George & Port Richmond »

Where to Celebrate St. Patrick's Day on Staten Island

From children's sing-a-longs to a House of Pain cover band, Staten Island has plenty to do this weekend.

Tompkinsville »

Staten Island Boy Suffers Head Injury in Sledding Collision with Tree

The boy, 10, was rushed to a local hospital after the accident at Silver Lake Golf Course.

Port Richmond »

Tailor Helps Staten Island Sandy Victims Suit Up

Mohan's Custom Tailors donated high-end suits Thursday to Staten Island residents hit hard by Sandy.

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