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The Hempstead Town Board unanimously passed legislation last week banning new hookah lounges from being built near homes, schools and local community centers. The legislation, proposed by Councilman … more
After opening Small Business Alliance chapters in New Jersey and Queens, the Manhattan-based Orthodox Jewish Chamber of Commerce recently came to Lawrence and launched a Five Towns chapter of the networking group. more
Raising his voice against the sounds of drills and other tools reverberating through the unfinished lobby of the Regal movie theater as dozens of workers scrambled about, Project Superintendent Marc Losquadro discussed the strategy of completing such an undertaking. more
Cedarhurst-based Paramount Construction changed plans for a proposed apartment complex at Court and Payan Avenue to assuage critics of the building who thought it would be too large for the area, according to Dominick Minerva, Paramount’s attorney, who spoke at a Jan. 8 Village of Valley Stream board of trustees meeting. The village board must vote on the new plans before they can move forward. more
Traffic was backed up on a stretch of Lido Boulevard for hours after a motorist struck a utility pole and caused a transformer fire at around 6:45 a.m. on Wednesday, fire officials said. The … more
PSEG Long Island on Jan. 9 filed a state application proposing a new 7.3-mile, high-voltage power line that would run underground between substations in Uniondale and Lynbrook, and is aimed at reducing outages in the area. more
After winning a contest set up by Cinch Wallet, a cashless payment web application founded last year that residents can use at dozens of the village’s businesses, Oceanside resident Dr. Bruce Gitt donated $1,200 to the Rockville Centre Breast Cancer Coalition. more
Thank you for the honor of serving as your city manager for the past six years. As a city, we have faced incredible challenges — an inherited fiscal crisis and Superstorm Sandy. We faced each one … more
Burger Bandit owner Ryan Straschnow has stood outside his business and peered across Merrick Road with interest as the Regal movie theater construction progressed. Straschnow, 22, said he bought the restaurant, across the street on Broadway, in the hope that he could generate business from hungry theatergoers. more
Former Long Beach City Manager Jack Schnirman took the oath of office as Nassau County comptroller on Tuesday, pledging to be a fiscal watchdog in the wake of several corruption scandals involving … more
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