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Gyms throughout Nassau and Suffolk counties, along with the rest of the state, can reopen as soon as Aug. 24, following inspection by local authorities, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced today. Facilities … more
Sitting socially distant at one of the Seawane Country Club’s circular tables on its spacious outdoor patio covered by a billowing white tent that keeps members cool with fans, owners Jared Brecher and Dan Klein enthusiastically spoke about the improvements they have made at the 93-year-old club in Hewlett Harbor since taking over last November. more
Being raised by parents who preached that giving back to the community meant more than donating money, it also means offering your time, Lawrence resident Shlomo Katz has taken that lesson to heart. more
Teri Schure, the executive director of the Cedarhurst Business Improvement District for more than 10 years, says she lost the $25,000 a year part-time job because she could not find clear guidance from several government entities to hold the annual Summer Sidewalk Sale. more
The son of one of the three founders of Snapple seeks to continue his father’s legacy by creating another innovative beverage. Hewlett resident Bob Golden founded Treo Brands, a … more
Despite social distancing protocols that impact the capacity of businesses and restaurants, Five Towns business owners are feeling optimistic about their economic survival amid the coronavirus … more
As the New York Islanders gear up for the National Hockey League playoffs starting Aug. 1, the name of their future home at Belmont Park was made official Wednesday, when UBS announced its exclusive … more
As Long Island entered Phase Four of New York state's mandated reopening stages on Wednesday, a pair of Five Towns school districts and a museum in Lawrence are still awaiting guidance from the state and the Town of Hempstead on how best to reopen. more
The Belmont Stakes looked a little different to fans and the larger horseracing community this year, as industry officials had to alter their operations due to the ongoing novel coronavirus … more
Hewlett Harbor Deputy Mayor and small business owner Len Oppenheimer had an opportunity to chat with Rep. Kathleen Rice, a Democrat who represents the Five Towns, and U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, another Democrat, in a June 11 virtual conference about the burdens small businesses have been facing during the coronavirus pandemic. more
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