A Coast Guard officer from Staten Island died last year during a training exercise in Va., and we can blame equipment, communication screw-ups that weren’t supposed to happen.
One passenger died, and her partner, mother and step-father were critically injured, but the pilot, who is from Staten Island, survived unharmed. Witnesses say the helicopter seemed to go out of control shortly after taking off by E. 34th Street.
The ticket was purchased at Silvestro’s Deli in Westerleigh. The winner is probably the guy leaving town right now before a lot of old “friends” can track down his address.
The Island has a high number of divorces compared with previous years, though not a high number compared with the rest of the city.
The family doesn’t want to go back to where their baby was shot.
Big reason for that, though: Foreclosures were up so high last year. But at this point, we’ll take any good news we can get.
The girl’s family had come from Mexico, hoping to cure her heart condition.
A casual study of traffic revealed that no one follows the rules. Is this really a surprise?
The numbers aren’t good for diabetes and respiratory problems, either.
A program for suspended students will be shifted into an administration building at the Michael J. Petrides School.