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Midland Beach »

Aiman Youssef created a mock tourism sign for "Grimsby Lake" in an effort to get flooding fixed.

Castleton Corners »

The city installed a test of a new garbage bin design at a litter-prone Staten Island location.

New Dorp »

The city will pick up e-waste curbside starting Oct. 17.

Midland Beach »

Councilman Matteo wrote a letter to the city to work on a fix for the flooding on Grimsby Avenue.

Travis »

The Teleport site eyed by the city has three schools and had been trying to attract new businesses.

Dongan Hills »

The sports field at Gen. Douglas MacArthur Park will get revamped in a $9.3 million project.

Travis »

A report found no bias from the city in setting property tax rates for Staten Island.

Travis »

The city moved the last families from hotels in Travis Friday, officials said.

West Brighton »

The city's budget also includes $13.5 million for a new hospital emergency room.

Grasmere »

The agency said no more will come because it's phasing out the tickets — in 2018.

Civic Center »

Police will now have discretion on how they deal with issues such as public urination.

Civic Center »

A bill that mandates store owners charge for plastic bags passed in City Council with a vote of 28-20.

Sunnyside (Staten Island) »

Work to widen the ramp will start early after $125,000 was given by the state.

Civic Center »

The City Council is voting on a bill to require defibrillators at all city-owned baseball fields.

Midland Beach »

The lawmakers called on the city to add stop signs to a crash-prone stretch of the road.