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After nearly 10 months of operation, Hand and Stone Massage and Facial Spa owner Alan Bernstein thinks of his employees akin to relatives. “I consider my staff to be extended family,” said Bernstein, who added he considers his customers part of that genealogy as well. more
The Long Island Nets, the NBA Development League affiliate of the Brooklyn Nets, will hold a local player tryout this Saturday, Sept. 24, leading up to the team’s inaugural season in the NBA D-League. more
Experts at Custom Care Forever have thought of everything to make life easier for individuals and families. Whether you’re a busy professional requiring a personal assistant, a senior citizen in need of support and assistance in your home, or a family . . . more
Q. We’re in contract to buy a house and want to get started ASAP. We heard it can take a long time to get a permit, but we want to do things the right way and not have to worry about getting caught or having our new neighbors rat us out. We need a new kitchen, and . . . more
Clean drinking water, a swim in the bay, catching fish to eat and going to the beach are things we easily take for granted as Long Islanders. more
Let’s call it out for what it is: The hysteria over Hillary Clinton’s health is a nasty strain of sexism. As voters, we have every right to receive an honest and comprehensive medical report on the candidates, but . . . more
Let’s talk about the “deplorables.” At a recent fundraiser in New York City, Hillary Clinton told her audience . . . more
Described by Hewlett Harbor resident and store manager Beth Star as a “cool, chic mom and pop shop,” Eyes on Broadway at 1344 Broadway in Hewlett is celebrating 16 years in business. Star’s father, Dr. Steven B. Agin, an optometrist, owns the family business; his daughter runs the retail side of their business. more
On Monday, the first of three presidential debates is coming to Hofstra University. When Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump face off, Hofstra will become the first . . . more
To the Editor: As a small-business owner, I found Town of Hempstead spokesman Michael Deery’s comments out of touch with the current needs of the local Woodmere businesses (“Ticked off about being ticketed,” Aug. 25-31). more
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