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Veteran dive bar Subway Inn will stay open until a judge decides on a new closing date.
The state revoked Athena Skeeter's license on Aug. 25, after Cardell Williamson died in her care.
A year after Islan Nettles' death, prosecutors still have not charged anyone, infuriating advocates.
New Spirit II, a substance abuse clinic in Jamaica, is accused of misusing the city funds.
The "Willets West" plan and other developments were approved in October by the City Council.
Carlos Mercado died after lapsing into a coma on Aug. 24, 2013, according to court documents.
Milan Taylor, 25, pleaded to a charge of disorderly conduct and received anger managment.
Rent-regulated Stonehenge Village tenants have been blocked from using the building's gym.
Staten Island's District Attorney Daniel Donovan said Tuesday that he will convene a grand jury.
Andy Henriquez, 19, died of a heart problem after awaiting trial for three years.
Second quarter data obtained by DNAinfo show 13,400 stops were made, down 7 percent from first quarter.
Raymond Morillo was released on $75,000 bail this week, the Department of Corrections said.
A judge is holding Franklin Reyes on $50,000 bail after he was indicted for petit larceny.
Chef Danny Bowien and his business partners sued the landlord of their shuttered eatery on Orchard St.
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