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A bank robber who struck the TD Bank on Forest Avenue made off with just $55 Monday, police said.
The man spray painted the graffiti on the steps of the Blessed Sacrament School in Staten Island.
The city's Conflict of Interest board fined Rene Collins $10,000 for two violations.
The exhibit chronicles the construction of four sections of the bridge, which opened on Nov. 21, 1964.
Staten Island's District Attorney Daniel Donovan said Tuesday that he will convene a grand jury.
The North Shore Waterfront Conservancy is collecting photos of flooding for its climate change study.
The bill passed the state senate, and Sen. Diane Savino called on the governor to sign it into law.
Eating lunch at your desk is bad for your health. These five steps can make your lunch habit healthier.
NYPD traffic officer Carmen Pena knows how to have a little fun on the job.
Experts share tips on how to pack and unpack smarter and with less waste.
Mother Byrd Daycare center in Mariners Harbor was closed after Edward Harris drowned in its pool.
Merchants say they can avoid high rents and gain additional customers by sharing retail space.
The woman was found face-down and fully clothed in the water at 4:18 p.m. on Sunday, police said.
Zucchini blossoms are in season and, when combined with smoked mozzarella, make for a delicious dish.
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