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There are more than 15,000 jobs — a record amount — posted on the state labor department’s seasonal job bank in a variety of industries from amusement parks to farms and restaurants and summer camps across every region. more
When he was 12, Rockville Centre native Matt Giovanniello was devastated when his beloved grandmother Theresa Giovanniello suffered a stroke during open-heart surgery. While she recovered, her doctors used flash cards to keep her focused, but Matt saw that form of therapy as generic and unengaging. There had to be a better way. more
Molloy University not only has a new name, but it also has a new gift — a $2 million one the school describes as its largest single gift in its 67-year history. more
The seemingly ordinary baseball card or stamp collection sitting on a shelf might actually be worth a great deal. By getting an antique or collectible appraised, its true value can be found, and often, it can be worth much more than anticipated. more
What sets Bonanza's stand apart from the rest? It's the talent, said Philip Bonanza, the current owner of the stand. He is the third generation owner of the Bonanza Stand of Oyster Bay. His … more
It’s been called an “eyesore.” A “blight.” But soon it may be called “no more.” more
The pandemic wreaked havoc on small businesses across the country, causing many longtime local staples to shutter their doors amidst the economic fallout. But, Leonardo’s Hair Design in Rockville Centre was able to make it through that tumultuous time and many others and celebrated its 50th anniversary on June 1. more
Rockville Centre’s Maple Lanes hosted some of the top bowling talent in the world for a nationally televised tournament for a cause last week. The Bowlers to Veterans Link donated money from the event to veterans programs across the country. more
As Ukraine’s national flower and a key part of its economy, sunflowers have become a global symbol of hope for the country as it faces invasion by Russia. To show support for Ukraine and raise community spirits during a difficult time, Lenox and Park Italian Bistro in Rockville Center recruited local fine art academy Hue Studio to cover its exterior with a sunflower mural. more
Local residents, elected officials and honorees attended the Lynbrook Chamber of Commerce’s “Night Under the Stars” event last Saturday at the Mary’s Maris Stella Knights of Columbus. more
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