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A bill in the New York State Legislature would help small business owners better market themselves and promote their businesses, as Long Island’s economy begins to reopen. Under the … more
Proposed legislation approved May 27 by both the State Senate and Assembly would give industrial development agencies more to support small businesses and nonprofit organizations during the coronavirus pandemic. The measure needs to be signed by the governor.   more
When Oceanside native Jason Steinberg first set out to bring smiles to people around the globe facing hardship through his nonprofit, the International Sports and Music Project, he never envisioned there being a global pandemic. Now, those very same people are relying on his company to help them battle starvation. more
Elmont and Franklin Square business leaders said their downtowns were slowly coming back on May 27, the first day of Long Island’s Phase One reopening of its economy, and they said they hoped … more
Hempstead Town has given preliminary approval to a deal that will pave the way for a 50-year-old Long Beach company, ChemRX Pharmacy Services LLC, to move its operations to Uniondale, taking 125 jobs … more
The Elmont Target store may be boarded up, but it is not stopping operations as protests against police brutality continue to rage across the country. The department store was on an original list … more
Long Beach's business community is waking up. Slowly and cautiously. The first early breaths of life could be felt on the West End, where on Friday morning, Angela Skudin opened wide the door of … more
As the coronavirus pandemic continued to reach its peak in April, Lynbrook resident and musician Daniel Weinkauf dropped his fifth solo album just in time to give parents, teachers and children something to listen to. more
The future of the Oceanside Library will be in the hands of residents who will vote on a proposed $33.5 million bond, known as Vision 2020, to upgrade the facility. Ballots were sent out last Friday and must be mailed in and postmarked by June 9. more
Doctors at Mount Sinai South Nassau hospital had to put off 800 to 1,000 elective surgeries to treat Covid-19 patients during the height of the pandemic. With cases steadily declining, however, the staff is starting to schedule the procedures. more
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