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Monday, October 20, 2014
Business
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The long-discussed sale of the long-shuttered, Hurricane Sandy-damaged Long Beach Medical Center to South Nassau Communities Hospital, in Oceanside, was finalized on Friday — five months after a … more
bout 18 local women took advantage of an opportunity to connect, network and learn about topics specific to them at the Women on the Rise Expo at the Valley Stream Community Center on Oct. 4. The … more
After Gabriel Wolff was diagnosed with celiac disease at 17, he realized he needed to make some major lifestyle changes. He cut gluten and dairy out of his diet, but finding acceptable foods proved … more
Whether you are new to the jobs market, looking to change careers or re-entering the workforce, Hempstead Town Supervisor Kate Murray, Senior Councilman Anthony Santino, New York State Assemblyman … more
Seaford’s business community runs the gamut from small shops, to restaurants, to service professionals. All are invited to attend the Seaford Chamber of Commerce’s upcoming open house, which will be held at the firehouse. more
Since it unofficially opened in November 2013, New York American Water’s filtration plant in Lynbrook, known as Plant #15, has amassed some impressive statistics. According to Richard Kern, a production manager for the facility, the site filters 4 million gallons of water a day, drawn from two wells in its facility that are 500 to 600 feet deep. The water is treated to ensure its drinkability and cleanliness: chlorine is added to kill bacteria, sodium hydroxide is added to regulate acidity, and sodium silicates are added to sequester iron. more
The Long Beach Chamber of Commerce is kicking off Restaurant Week on Friday, Oct. 10, an event aimed at supporting local businesses that runs through Oct. 26. Restaurant Week will coincide with … more
Since taking over the operation of Long Island’s electrical grid at the beginning of the year, PSEG officials have said that customer service would be a top priority. Residents of the South Shore will be able to experience that service right in Seaford. more
The Long Beach Chamber of Commerce is kicking off its first Merchants Week on Friday, Oct. 10, part of an initiative to attract shoppers and diners to town, encourage Long Beach residents to shop … more
Certified Reiki master teacher, medium and healer Sheryl Glick held a book signing and meet-and-greet event at Namaste bookstore in Manhattan on Sept. 21 … more
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