Author: Nicole Malliotakis
In Congress, I've been working to get the East Shore Seawall project back on track after years of delays under my predecessor. From funding to radiation removal, we're on track to have the first contract (the drainage portion) issued this year. The House passing my language securing funding for this project is the latest win.
Author: Nicole Malliotakis U.S. Representative
Anyone who was living or working in New York City 20 years ago, had the terror attacks of 9/11 seared on their consciousness. That day, I was a recent college graduate commuting to my first job near Union Square.
Here’s some good news: after week upon endless week of very limited testing for COVID-19, we are finally able at CityMD to offer testing to any patient who needs it. Please take the time to read the following to understand the options that are available and understand that you must see a CityMD provider in order to be tested.
Bank robbery at TD Bank branch at 1600 Forest Ave. in Port Richmond Center on Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2020. Between Jan. 21 and Wednesday, the NYPD responded to eight bank robberies and attempted bank heists on Staten Island. Five of the incidents during that time have occurred on Forest Avenue.
Author: Staten Island Advance/Erik Bascome; photo: Igor Baboshkin
Staten Island's first medical marijuana dispensary, Be., is set to open at 338 New Dorp Lane in the coming weeks. Believe it or not - congressmen Max Rose visited this Public session - first time for his term.
After several decades of advocacy by supporters and elected officials, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo signed the groundbreaking Clean Bill of Adoptee Rights A5494/S3419 into law guaranteeing adoptees in New York State unrestricted access to their original birth certificates.
More than 12,000 homeless New Yorkers are being relocated to about 370 cities around the country. San Antonio is expected to receive several people from New York, all of who are getting a year's worth of rent and money for furnishings, courtesy of NYC.
“Today, on behalf of the American people, I will receive an American flag that flew aboard a ship carrying the first waves of United States service members to land in Normandy,” President Trump said. “Seventy-five years after that momentous day,” this great piece of American history is “back home where it belongs.”
At all times of their hardest history Ingush people could unite and stand up on guards of their rights and freedom. And their free spirit became as strong as a stone like their famous ancient Stone Towers.