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St. George »

Local groups are pitching in to sponsor the rides up to $15 ride per trip.

Charleston »

Borough President Oddo and Councilman Borelli announced their opposition to Riverside Galleria.

Fort Wadsworth »

The MTA aims to cut the length of one of the longest commutes in the country.

Tottenville »

Developers tested the Tottenville-to-Lower Manhattan ferry for the first time Wednesday.

Charleston »

Riverside Galleria has tried to get an exemption that would allow it to bypass a review process.

Midland Beach »

The Midland Motor Inn can no longer open as a transient hotel because it sat unused for two years.

St. George »

The big orange boats saw a 4 percent rise while private services, including NYC Ferry, was up 3 percent.

Bloomfield »

The state is offering $18 million in tax credits to bring the retailer to the city, officials said.

St. George »

The borough president created a new tourism office for the island.

Fort Wadsworth »

The condo development will be stuck with streets named after greed, trickery and deceit.

Huguenot »

A $3.9 million renovation will transform Prescott Playground.

St. George »

Borough President James Oddo has been pushing several different ferry routes to come to Staten Island.

St. George »

The theatre will install nearly 1,300 new seats and a new LED marquee outside.

Fort Wadsworth »

The MTA blamed an "oversight by the contractor" for failure to install correct signs on Thursday.

St. George »

New York Wheel sued builders over threats to pull out of the contract for work.