As you drive up, a friendly blue sign says “Daily parking $8.00.” If you park before you pass that sign, you’re fine. But the other side is red and says “No standing.” It’s like an old episode of Futurama.
Frank DiMattina flashed a gun and threatened a Staten Island caterer to make him withdraw his bid to cater lunches for St. Joseph by the Sea Catholic school.
Rev. Michael Reilly, principal of St. Joseph by the Sea, said the favored candidate for a school lunch contract seemed “very, very nervous” as he withdrew his bid.
The company issued a list of 79 stores Thursday that are slated for termination. Staten Island’s survived, but the company plans to close 100 to 120 stores altogether.
Police said the child had been sitting alone in the cold car for half an hour before a woman in the parking lot of the Hylan Shopping Plaza noticed him.
The Health Department crushed Cucina di Napoli with violations shortly after a co-owner said on TV that inspectors raked in bucks with heavy fines for minors infractions.
This is the fourth year the mall has done this. Digital ads this year feature five people with multiple convictions for theft, including a woman arrested 138 times.
It works like a crane game for toys: Position the crane, drop it down. If it picks up a lobster and drops it down the chute, they cook it for you with a side of fries.
The company paid two weeks’ severance, and tried to place employees elsewhere. But a worker said her new job was on-call – and severance didn’t go higher than $300.
A row of tobacco ads went up at the BP gas station right across the street from a private high school. It’s got Staten Islanders smoking, all right – with rage.