Two borough leaders are partnering for the second year in a row to encourage Staten Islanders to clean up their hometown.
District Attorney Michael E. McMahon has announced the fifth annual “Step Up. Step Forward. Stop Bullying” Art Challenge.
Staten Island elected officials condemned on social media hate crimes against the Asian community after a shooting at a Georgia spa that killed six Asian women.
Louise SanFilippo, a detective at the NYPD’s 122nd Precinct in New Dorp with more than two decades of service, was honored by District Attorney Michael E. McMahon at a ceremony Monday afternoon.
Yanking the duties of investigating vehicular crimes out of the hands of the NYPD’s Collision Investigation Squad (CIS) — as a new City Council proposal would require — is a misguided and dangerous move that will have …
District Attorney Michael McMahon joined forces with the NYPD and Jamie Longo from Community Health Action Staten Island to conduct a drug paraphernalia clean-up on Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2021.
District Attorney Michael E. McMahon this week provided an update on the 2019, multi-agency initiative to reduce the amount of illegal dumping on Staten Island.
District Attorney Michael E. McMahon joined community organizations last weekend for a series of cleanups on Staten Island as part of the joint “Be a Litter Hero” initiative.
District Attorney Michael E. McMahon’s office has organized a host of events — from online training courses to virtual conferences — during October to mark Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
DA Michael E. McMahon distributed resources for domestic violence victims throughout Staten Island in the first of a series of events scheduled throughout October to commemorate Domestic Violence Awareness Month.