Arthur Kill Correctional Facility is closing on Dec. 1 for budgetary reasons. But the state has spent more than $23 million since 2005 to fix it up. And the heating and cooling system renovations will continue even after the prison closes.
Say goodbye to the SI’s narcotics investigator. Blame state budget cuts or fights inside the health department – but it hurts the borough’s war against prescription drug abuse.
Rioting around the Stonewall Inn bar in 1969 ultimately launched the gay rights movement. So what the hell was this Staten Island man thinking when he did this?
Patrick Hyland, a promising player in business and politics, dodged some taxes by stealing identities, using personal information he picked up as a Chamber executive.
Ours was the only borough where median income actually went up last year.
Activists say the copy who pepper-sprayed Wall Street protesters is Staten Island man. Now, other cops have to watch his house.
They slam him for using FBI and Marine insignias without permission. He slams them for getting money from a liberal advocate.
Father Frank Pavone, who leads a nationally noted group against abortion, has been ordered back to Texas. The bishop has questions about how the anti-abortion leader handle donation money.
He treats objections to the cross as mere attempts at publicity. But does the cross really symbolize freedom, or does it symbolize Christianity?