Malliotakis Joins Colleagues, Families in Times Square for Pediatric Cancer Awareness

In an effort to raise awareness for pediatric cancer, today, the Times Square Advertising Coalition (TSAC) unveiled more than a dozen of the iconic digital screens in Times Square simultaneously illuminated in gold with a message about pediatric cancer from 8-9PM.

Grimm Criticizes Storm Recovery Program

When Superstorm Sandy destroyed Maureen Childs’ Staten Island home, she turned to New York City’s Build it Back program for help. She says what she got back was heartache.

One World Trade Center will “Go Gold” in September

Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis (R,C,I-Brooklyn, Staten Island) and her colleagues are pleased to announce that they have received a response from the Port Authority in regard to their letter requesting that One World Trade Center “go gold” the night of September 2.

Hundreds gather in New Dorp for vigil honoring NYPD officers killed in the line of duty

Retired detective Thomas Kosnik had only one reason for attending a vigil Thursday that honored NYPD officers killed in the line of duty: he wanted to keep the memory alive of his slain colleagues, Det. James Nemorin, and Det. Rodney Andrews, who were executed on Staten Island in 2003 during an undercover operation gone wrong.

Youth Canoeing and Fishing Events coming to Staten Island Parks this Week

Assemblyman Joe Borelli will be hosting two youth events in Staten Island next week, revolving around fishing, canoeing and wilderness preparedness.