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As the temperatures rise, so does the interest in buying and selling homes, which, according to local experts, means that the Five Towns real estate market should be heating up in the coming months. more
An application by Chick-fil-A was scheduled to be addressed at the Town of Hempstead Board of Appeals on Wednesday, after the Herald went to press. However, the hearing was postponed after a waiter pipe broke in Town Hall. more
In recognition of their leadership, community involvement and generosity, two Long Island real estate executives, Matthew Whalen and Joel Schneider, have been named co-honorees of South Nassau … more
“It looks like another great store is soon to be added to the ‘good old days’ list,” wrote Jack Redash on Facebook. “Walked by The Cheese Store earlier today and saw the bad news … Enjoy your retirement Mitch and good luck!” more
Rumors and web postings surfaced in mid-January as Hapina, a kosher restaurant on Cedarhurst Avenue in Cedarhurst, known for its Mediterranean menu and spiffy wait service seemed to close overnight. more
Northwell Health is trying something new with the launch of The Well. The new website “is a health-focused editorial platform committed to promoting wellness,” says the healthcare network, that … more
Business networking is booming in the Five Towns, and the Chabad of Hewlett hosted the first meeting of the Jewish Business Network of Hewlett on Jan. 18 — eight days after the Orthodox Jewish Chamber of Commerce, a Manhattan-based organization, launched a Five Towns chapter of its Small Business Alliance in Lawrence. more
South Nassau Communities Hospital’s Board of Trustees voted unanimously on Jan. 23 to enter into an affiliation agreement with the Mount Sinai Health System in an effort to expand health care … 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
Lifelong Five Towns resident Steve Schneider has served as chairman of the Cedarhurst Business Improvement District for nearly 22 years, and has helped to ensure that the village’s downtown area, where his family’s real estate company owns property, remains a viable economic hub. more
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