A survey found 793 deer living on Staten Island, compared to just 24 in 2008.
Nearly 100 protesters demanded Alsu Ivanchenko be held accountable for tossing her dog out of a window.
Scott LoBaido installed a 13-foot-tall portrait of Ronald Reagan on Hylan Boulevard.
De Blasio ate half his slice with a fork and knife and half with his hands at a stop in Staten Island.
A section of Midland Beach will have its speed limit reduced from 30 to 20 mph.
A truck crashed into a tree, taking down several power lines, officials said.
The mediation sessions are for the hurricane victims who have fought with insurance companies.
Vendors were found not to be cleaning their carts daily.
Residents said the trucks clog roadways and mall parking lots, making driving harder.
Residents bought food, gas and water in advance of Winter Storm Nemo.
Police are looking for a man suspected of robbing three delis and a liquor store.
The Staten Island Brewfest will return after a two year break to raise money for Sandy victims.
FEMA has recently closed the Miller Field disaster center, saying demand for services had dropped.
Express bus service could shave off nearly 20 percent of time for riders of the S79 on Staten Island.
Two men were killed and two people injured when a car and ambulance crashed Monday on Hylan Boulevard.
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