A somber remembrance at the Postcards memorial in St. George as Staten Island honors the people who lost their lives from the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, when hijackers used passenger jets to destroy the World Trade Center and atta
Seven Staten Islanders have been honored this year as "Local Heroes of the Month" in a recurring series that offers a special look at how our neighbors are making a difference in the borough every single day. Also this month, we say it all the
Since the start of summer, Staten Islanders have been enjoying long-awaited signs of normalcy returning to local neighborhoods as COVID-19 restrictions are eased. This month, a highlight was the 111th annual Travis Fourth of July Parade steppin
The Pride Center of Staten Island is making itself at home inside its newly opened facility in Clifton. How the community center plans to utilize its larger headquarters on Willow Avenue. Also this month, an organic farm is now in operation on
Mom-and-pop stores are oftentimes the lifeblood of neighborhoods, and during the pandemic many have proven just how essential they are. How one local market on the North Shore continues to serve its customers as it closes in on its fourth decad
The pandemic has many rethinking travel plans this summer. But, staycationing, doesn’t mean you have to scratch natural wonders off your seasonal to-do list. Why many Islanders have their sights set on exploring New York City’s largest remainin
Staten Island’s Saint Patrick’s Day Parade was one of the last major events to be held in the City in 2020, stepping-off just a few short weeks before strict COVID-19 stay-at-home orders went into effect; why West Brighton locals say there was
(STATEN ISLAND, NY) On this edition of OnSI… The special needs community is doing its best to persevere during an ongoing public health crisis that has presented many roadblocks for these families and the nonprofit programs they often rely on.“
(STATEN ISLAND, NY) On this edition of OnSI… Local restaurants continue to struggle as COVID-19 restrictions remain in place. How the winter months present new challenges to overcome.“You know, it seems like as soon as we were done summerizing,
Patti Murphy hosts the December, Year in Review, edition of OnSI featuring Staten Island nurse Amy O'Sullivan, Staten Island University Hospital Executive Director Brahim Ardolic, the Essential Heroes project and other voices from 2020.
(STATEN ISLAND, NY) On this edition of the OnSI podcast… Thanks to the generosity of others, Meals on Wheels of Staten Island can continue to feed those in need all across the borough during this most challenging year. The organization shares h
(STATEN ISLAND, NY) On this edition of the OnSI podcast… A South Shore family looses its patriarch to the pandemic — how his family is celebrating his life and doing their best to turn tragedy into charity with a festive Halloween fundraiser fo
On this April 2020, and inaugural, edition of OnSI… Dining in and taking out on Staten Island amid the COVID-19 crisis, borough eateries are adapting to a new normal and giving back along the way, the Staten Island Children’s Museum is determin
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