Staten Island

NY1 Reporter: Grimm 'Angrier Than Any Politician I've Ever Seen'
NY1's Michael Scotto described his altercation live on air with Staten Island congressman Michael Grimm last night after the State of the Union address, where Grimm threatened to toss Scotto "off this f*****g balcony" and break him in half. Read more...
GOP Congressman Threatens Reporter Live On Air
Rep. Michael Grimm (R-NY) took exception to a line of inquiry tonight from a local news reporter, threatening to throw the reporter "off this f---ing balcony!" and saying "I will break you in half" at the SOTU. Read more...
A ProPublica/WNYC analysis shows the federal government has approved $766 million to rebuild in areas prone to flooding. Read more...
A wealthy Missouri man posing as "Secret Santa" stunned New Yorkers recently, handing $100 bills to many in Staten Island who had lost everything to Superstorm Sandy. The Kansas City businessman is giving away $100,000 this holiday season, Read more...
Info via Occupy Sandy - Staten Island / SI Recovers @SIrecovers ACTION ALERT: Support the community hub at 489 Midland Ave ONSITE ACTIONS —Come to 489 Midland Ave Staten Island, NY 10306 to stand in support Read more...

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Your browser does not support iframes. This webcast is an amazing thing to witness. @OccupySandy teaming up with a biker club to clean up homes in New York's Staten Island ravaged by the hurricane. Doing what FEMA can't, or won't. The Read more...
Two little boys who were literally swept out of their mother's arms during Hurricane Sandy have been found dead. And according to the sister of Glenda Moore -- the two boys mother -- as she knocked on doors in her Staten Island Read more...
Shut down Wall Street for breakfast, occupy the subways for lunch, take Foley Square for dinner, or join other actions across the U.S. and the world... Read more...
I lived in a small Victorian town outside Philadelphia in 1991 when a tornado came through, and even though the town was only one square mile, there were so many trees down, it took an hour to get from one end of the town to my apartment -- and Read more...