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Dongan Hills »

Lawmakers have requested $9 million to upgrade the Staten Island sports fields.

Bulls Head »

Where to Turn was granted $206,000 from the City Council’s NYC Cleanup Initiative.

South Beach »

The politicians sent a letter asking to let a sport's league use the field and clean it up.

St. George »

Borough President James Oddo and the MTA announced the study, which will end next year.

Great Kills »

Vincent Ignizio announced in May he would step down to run a non-profit.

Oakwood »

The Army Corps of Engineers released a draft of their storm plan for Staten Island.

Port Richmond »

Borough President James Oddo urged businesses to help the Sanitation Department do its job.

New Dorp Beach »

The Staten Island club was given $300,000 by local politicians.

Bloomfield »

The West Shore Industrial BID will serve about 50 businesses in Bloomfield and Chelsea.

Bloomfield »

Councilman Steven Matteo's plan to create a BID in the West Shore was approved by the council.

Concord »

The DOT installed six new smart traffic lights in Staten Island this year.

Willowbrook »

The GRACE Foundation will hold classes and programs at the new space in the Sea View Center.

Great Kills »

Council members Vincent Ignizio and Steven Matteo gave the funds to Where to Turn to clean up litter.

New Dorp »

Councilman Steven Matteo said his district had a reported 200 percent increase in fines issued.

Emerson Hill »

After reports of 18-wheelers getting stuck, the city will add signs barring drivers.