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# staten-island - Wednesday 4 March, 2020

MEP Maria Walsh condemns 'bigotry' of US St Patrick's Day parade for banning beauty queen

Madison L’Insalata publicly came out as bisexual over the weekend.

# staten-island - Sunday 19 March, 2017

From The Daily Edge The new Penneys that's opened in New York has kept the 'seats for the lads' Sit Down Next To Me

# staten-island - Friday 7 August, 2015

New York lawyer being sued formally demands Trial by Combat

Richard Luthmann asked the court for permission to ‘release the souls of the Plaintiffs from their corporeal bodies.’

# staten-island - Friday 5 December, 2014

From The Daily Edge Irish comedian Maeve Higgins writes powerful piece about police brutality in the US New York

# staten-island - Tuesday 2 April, 2013

Authorities resume search for human remains in New York's 9/11 debris

Eleven years after the 2001 attacks, about 60 truckloads of debris are again being searched for the remains of missing victims.

# staten-island - Tuesday 6 November, 2012

From The42 'I was the first to cry' - AP sports writer's harrowing tale of Sandy Looking Back

'I was the first to cry' - AP sports writer's harrowing tale of Sandy

Dennis Waszak had moved into his Staten Island ‘dream house’ just weeks before the arrival of Superstorm Sandy.

# staten-island - Monday 5 November, 2012

Sons of Irish emigrant swept away in storm as mother 'couldn't get help' Sandy This post contains videos

Sons of Irish emigrant swept away in storm as mother 'couldn't get help'

Connor and Brandon Moore, aged four and two, died after they were washed away in the storm which battered the east coast of the United States last week.

New York schools to reopen - but freezing weather brings new risks

Tens of thousands of people whose homes were destroyed or damaged by superstorm Sandy now need to find somewhere to live – and temperatures are plunging dramatically.