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Two organizations totaling more than 200 years of existence have partnered to offer small businesses in the Five Towns and surrounding communities an interest-free, no-fee loan up to $50,000. more
A project five years in the making has come to fruition as the new Life Storage facility opened on Monday at 4 Bay Blvd. in Lawrence, just off the Nassau Expressway near Rockaway Turnpike. more
Nearly 60 percent of club and premium spaces have already been sold out at the new UBS Arena at Belmont Park, which is set to open next fall, UBS officials told the Herald last week, as construction … more
Many Long Islanders are grappling with questions about how they can best start or maintain a business. Many wonder how a family business differs from other businesses and what it takes to bring … more
With a new year here and vaccines for the coronavirus rolling out, Five Towns businesses are starting to feel more optimistic about their future, while at the same time remaining diligent in … more
The Hewlett-Woodmere Business Association decided to bring some holiday cheer to officers in the 4th Precinct. HWBA delivered 10 pizza pies from Tony D's Pizzeria in Hewlett, soft drinks and … more
As the coronavirus pandemic drags on, businesses across Long Island have dealt with steep declines in revenue, and in some cases have been forced to close. But despite the frightening economic … more
The aisles are wide, the lighting is bright and  freshness abounds with the grand opening of the new 67,000-square-foot Stop & Shop supermarket at 253-01 Rockaway Blvd., in the Five Towns Shopping Center on Oct. 30, and listed as the Woodmere store by Stop & Shop officials. more
There are many places to have a meal in the Five Towns but to truly have a dining experience a must go-to is 46 Locust. Seaview Caterers at Temple Beth El synagogue in Cedarhurst carved out a restaurant with both inside seating, up to 50 percent of capacity of a 500-person catering hall and 38 outdoor seats. more
New York Islanders and state officials gathered at the future home of the UBS Arena last Friday morning to watch as construction crews placed the highest beam atop the 885-square-foot … more
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