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There’s nothing bigger on Long Island — at least as far as annual hospital golf fundraiser goes, and it kicks off Monday, May 15 at three Nassau County courses. Sponsored by Mount … more
Ahead of a highly anticipated zoning board meeting, over 300 people signed a petition to show their concerns about the construction of condos in Lynbrook. more
There are nearly two-dozen more conditional cannabis dispensary licenses on their way to Long Island. But thanks to local pushback in a number of Nassau County communities, chances are very low one … more
Two family-owned real estate firms that opened their doors in the 1950s with eyes to serve their immediate neighbors are now joining forces some 70 years later. more
After a letter about a zoning variance meeting was shared on social media, residents of Lynbrook learned that condominiums are still in the works for Union Avenue. more
Bryant Postell, owner of Prime 39 in Lynbrook, overcame several obstacles during the pandemic, which led him to play an instrumental role in starting a coalition of black business owners. more
Jim McQuade sold his business, McQuade’s Neighborhood Grill, and things are going to get “ugly” in Lynbrook. more
MaryAnn and Nanci Grasso’s business danced into the heart of Lynbrook. more
When Denise Sclafani Daniels answered the phone call from Lynbrook Chamber of Commerce president Cory Hirsch, she was shocked to find out that she was named a Businessperson of the Year by the Nassau County Council of Chambers of Commerce. more
It’s been 12 years since Jeff Kaspar brought Hislon from Turkey to Long Island. But the owner of Hislon Jewelers is finding plenty of success — in Merrick. more
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