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Memoirs: Joseph E. Torres, financial planner and family man

Staten Island’s Best Dressed: Fashionistas at SIEDC’s Great Gatsby Gala and more

2019 SIEDC Business Conference: Looking ahead to future of Staten Island

Advance advertising director honored at The Irish Echo’s ’40 under 40′ ceremony.

40 Under 40

Proud Sponsor of The 2018 Staten Island Pancreatic Cancer Research Walk

Eden II shows off $10,000 teaching kitchen

RCRS Giving Back to the Community

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Memoirs: Joseph E. Torres, financial planner and family man

Lauren Lovallo Staten Islander, Joseph E. Torres.(Lauren Lovallo/Staten Island Advance) STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — Joseph Torres believes in the power of partnering with the community and has donated his time and services to numerous agencies over the years. He is also a strong believer in Staten Island, his lifelong home, and its ability to thrive. Where were you born? I’m a native Staten Islander. I was born … at the old Staten Island Hospital on Castleton Avenue. I live here,

Staten Island’s Best Dressed: Fashionistas at SIEDC’s Great Gatsby Gala and more

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — The Staten Island Economic Development Corp. (SIEDC) recently celebrated its Annual Awards Great Gatsby Gala at the Vanderbilt in South Beach, and the styles did not disappoint with the Great Gatsby-themed attire. Ladies donned below knee-length drop waist dresses with a loose, straight fit, glittering with beads, sequins, metallic thread, velvet, ruffled skirts and tiered layers, while some of the gents wore spiffy period suits with argyle socks and sharp headwear. There were short bobbed hairstyles

2019 SIEDC Business Conference: Looking ahead to future of Staten Island

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — Thousands of Staten Island’s most prominent businessmen and women descended on the Hilton Garden Inn, Bloomfield, on Tuesday for the Staten Island Economic Development Corporation (SIEDC) Business Conference. The annual conference, now in its 21st year, offered a variety of seminars, networking sessions, a 125-booth vendor room and several ticketed keynote addresses throughout the day. The conference also offered various education sessions for local high school and college students. “The SIEDC Business Conference is a unique

Advance advertising director honored at The Irish Echo’s ’40 under 40′ ceremony.

Gail Lubin/Staten Island Advance Dan Ryan, Staten Island Advance sales manager, receives a “40 Under 40” award from the Irish Echo at Rosie O’Grady’s at the Manhattan Club on Friday, Feb. 22, 2019. He is pictured with his wife, Kerry. (Staten Island Advance/Gail Lubin) STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. – The Staten Island Advance multimedia advertising director was honored at the Irish Echo’s “40 Under 40” ceremony in Manhattan last week. The event, which took place at The Manhattan Club at Rosie

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Proud Sponsor of The 2018 Staten Island Pancreatic Cancer Research Walk

We are a PROUD Sponsor of this year’s Lustgarten Foundation Pancreatic Cancer Research‘s ​2018 Staten Island Pancreatic Cancer Research Walk. Please click the image above to find out more on how you could get involved. 💜💜

Eden II shows off $10,000 teaching kitchen

BILL LYONS​ STATEN ISLAND, N.Y.– Participants of Eden II Programs’ Honorable James P. Molinaro Center for Autism in Stapleton gathered outside their new kitchen Wednesday to make plans for their next cooking project, a double cheese pizza. They had to decide whether to include pepperoni, meatballs, sausage or just plain cheese. The cheese won out. The group gets together every Wednesday to plan cooking projects. A recipe is put out for vote then ingredients are decided upon. They then make

RCRS Giving Back to the Community

Members of Richmond County Referral Source, Inc. gather for a photo with Eden II participants near the new teaching kitchen at Eden II in Stapleton, Wednesday May 24, 2017. Joe Arnone, chairman of the Oktoberfest which raised $10,00 for the kitchen and participant Meghan Mattei hold a plaque thanking the group for the donation. (Staten Island Advance/ Bill Lyons)