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February 2013 News & Article Archives

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Suffolk County Police Investigate Graffiti and Threats at Port Jefferson Playground
Thursday, February 28, 2013 - Schools in Suffolk County and Long Island face tremendous challenges in the months ahead. They must decide what to do about school security , repair damages from Sandy , work with a much lower aid package from the state, and also think about early education . Now, one school in particular, ... by Janet
 
Ex Long Island Red Cross Director Sentenced in Theft
Thursday, February 28, 2013 - One of the things that really damages a business, or organization, is employee theft or embezzlement. That is the case with the Long Island Red Cross . A former American Red Cross employee who stole nearly $275,000 from the organization will be sentenced to up to nine years in prison in Suffolk ... by Joseph
 
Long Island Unemployed Frustrated With Being Unemployed
Thursday, February 28, 2013 - There are many things in life that are frustrating. But, when it comes to being unemployed, for an extended period of time, with a family relying on you, there are few things more disheartening and frustrating. Talking with people around Long Island who are unemployed , one thing continues to be ... by Ed
 
Suffolk Theater to Reopen in Riverhead
Thursday, February 28, 2013 - One of the great landmarks of Riverhead , and all of Suffolk County, is the Suffolk Theater. Many, many, many years ago it was the central hub of entertainment as people would flock to the marquee for the latest and greatest on stage and in music. It hasn't been that way for a long time. The ... by Cynthia
 
Hamilton Central Holding Winter Carnival; Proceeds go to Sandy Damaged Long Island School
Thursday, February 28, 2013 - If you're looking for something fun to do this weekend, there are plenty of options around Long Island that will definitely fill your schedule. Another event that is sure to be a big hit in the Hamilton community is the Hamilton Central High Winter Carnival . This event is a lot of fun for the ... by Cynthia
 
Long Island Home Destroyed by Gas Leak Explosion
Thursday, February 28, 2013 - Hempstead firefighters and police in Nassaucounty received a call reporting that a local house was on fire around 2:30 in the afternoon on Wednesday, only to arrive to find that the house was utterly destroyed.  Thankfully no one was killed in what investigators are now guessing was an ... by Ralph
 
Long Island Power Authority Releases Scam Warning
Wednesday, February 27, 2013 - The Long Island Power Authority (LIPA) has just released a warning telling customers about a utility bill scam to be on the lookout for.  Customers have been calling into LIPA to report that they have received phone calls, seemingly from LIPA, regarding past-due payments and demanding that ... by Ralph
 
JP Morgan to Cut 4000 Jobs
Wednesday, February 27, 2013 - Just when you thought that things are going to look good for the economy, comes news that begins to make you think that it will never get any better. It is bad enough that many people in New York, and Long Island, have to try and rebuild their lives, homes, and businesses after a devastating storm ... by Ed
 
Lawmakers Asking for Support for Early Learning Budget
Wednesday, February 27, 2013 - There has been an idea that early education will help children to be able to better process learning so that when they get into the higher grades that have better study habits, quicker cognitive skills, and higher level critical thinking. In an effort to start this type of educations, lawmakers in ... by Janet
 
Just How Wireless Is Your Long Island Business
Wednesday, February 27, 2013 - Everyone who is in business today knows that having a wireless connection within their infrastructure is important. But, you would be surprised as to how many are still upgrading. Unfortunately, they are going to have to catch up quickly if they want to stay on top of the wireless wave in ... by Joseph
 
Long Island Cares Opening new office in Lindenhurst
Wednesday, February 27, 2013 - One of the greatest feelings is to be a part of something that is not only giving back to the community, but continues to do so even under adverse conditions. With the way that the economic picture is, especially for non-profit organizations, you would tend to believe that there would be less help ... by Ed
 
East End Arts Issues Call For Artists and Art Vendors
Wednesday, February 27, 2013 - One of the great things about Long Island is the art scene. East Ends Arts of Riverhead does such a wonderful job in trying to help artists showcase their work. As a way of doing just that, East End Arts is pleased to announce an open call for artist and artisan vendors for the fine arts & ... by Cynthia
 
First Annual Animal Rights and Veg Fest Happening in July
Wednesday, February 27, 2013 - There are plenty of great organizations that are started because of the passion of the founder. This is the case with Karuna for Animals . Often times out of these organizations come some great events and opportunities to be a part of something much bigger than ourselves. Erica Settino is a long ... by Cynthia
 
Businesses Have 30 More Days to Request FEMA Assistance
Tuesday, February 26, 2013 - There is no question that Hurricane Sandy did incredible amounts of damage to the homes and landscape of Long Island. But, there is also a deep scar within the business community as many businesses have already closed, on the verge of closing, or are struggling to get back to pre-Sandy days. ... by Joseph
 
Assemblyman Lupinacci and Colleagues Rally for Educational Support for Long Island Schools
Tuesday, February 26, 2013 - The cry for better aid to Long Island schools is starting to make its way around in quite a loud way. Assemblyman Chad Lupinacci (R,C,WF,I-Huntington Station) today joined members of the Assembly Minority delegation, local school officials and education advocates to call on Gov. Cuomo to ... by Janet
 
Long Island Pet Expo in Brentwood to Bring Pooches and Fun
Tuesday, February 26, 2013 - The Long Island spring is in the air! As Mach comes into the picture this week, there are some great events that are happing. Everything from some great music events to other live shows are going on around the different communities that make up our Long Island home as a way to help us look ahead ... by Cynthia
 
4 of 5 Deadliest Pedestrian Roads on Long Island
Tuesday, February 26, 2013 - A recent report released by the Tri-State Transportation Campaign has revealed that four out of the five deadliest roads for pedestrians in the region are located on Long Island.  Topping the list is the Hempstead Turnpike in Nassau County, where fourteen pedestrians were killed between the ... by Ralph
 
State Official Asks for More Funding for Long Island Schools
Monday, February 25, 2013 - New York Assemblyman Chad Lupinacci joined with members of the Assembly Minority delegation today to ask Governor Cuomo to consider boosting the finances delegated to public schools on Long Island.  Lupinacci’s plan calls for an increase amounting to an average of $66.00 more per ... by Ralph
 
Bring March in With Great Music and Good Times
Sunday, February 24, 2013 - When it comes to great music there are few genres that can really capture a following like Doo Wop and Blues. These music genres command a major part of music history with some really big names that are heralded through the years. With March just a few more days away, and Spring a little bit ... by Cynthia
 
Christiano's Italian Restaurant to Close
Sunday, February 24, 2013 - There are certain parts of your life that you can look at and simply think about another, monumental part. For instance, the much debated inspiration for Billy Joel's hit " Scenes From an Italian Restaurant ,” which is now owned by the Singh Hospitality Group, plans to close and be ... by James
 
Long Island Pet Expo Hosts Family Night on March 1st
Sunday, February 24, 2013 - Pet enthusiasts on Long Island won’t want to miss out on the fourth annual Long Island Pet Expo, scheduled to take place at the Suffolk Community College Expo Center in Brentwood on March 1-3.  A new event has been added to the schedule for March 1 st , called “Family ... by Ralph
 
Judge Halts Hospital Closure
Saturday, February 23, 2013 - A couple weeks back, Long Island residents found out that the trustees of the State University of New York (SUNY) had voted unanimously to close Long Island Community Hospital (LICH) in order to save money.  The institution has been struggling with budgetary concerns, and LICH was one of a ... by Ralph
 
New Canon Headquarters to Bring New Jobs to Melville
Friday, February 22, 2013 - Some good news for those who are looking at a long job hunt. It may have just gotten a little bit better. Hundreds of Canon employees are beginning to set up shop in their new U.S. headquarters in Melville . The company, popular for its camera and photocopier products, is moving its ... by Ed
 
ESPN Matches NBC's TV Deal to Carry Big East Basketball
Friday, February 22, 2013 - If you enjoy watching Big East college basketball then you are going to be very happy to hear about the new TV deal that sports entertainment network, ESPN , has just scored. The sports network giant is announcing that they have just matched NBC's offer to buy the television rights to the Big ... by Joseph
 
Long Island Economy Rests Upon Start Ups?
Friday, February 22, 2013 - Everyone on Long Island is impatiently waiting to see what happens with the economic development of the area. With gas prices rising uncontrollably , strange proposals from Somali Pirates to bail out fiscally strapped Nassau County , and a loss of businesses due to Hurricane Sandy, there are ... by Joseph
 
Benefit for Lindenhurst Native Justin Marino at Fireman's Pavillion Park
Friday, February 22, 2013 - This weekend in Lindenhurst is a great time of not only enjoying the company of many community people, but to be a part of giving back to a worthy cause. On Saturday, February 23rd, there will be a benefit event for Lindenhurt native, Justin Marino, at the Fireman's Pavillion Park in ... by Cynthia
 
A Walk on the Wild Side Highlight of Quogue Library Art Gallery
Friday, February 22, 2013 - I have always thought that one of the true tests of a talent is to be able to paint incredibly looking portraits or other works of art. Each time I take in an art show or go through an art gallery I am always amazed at the incredible talent and vision of these artists. This describes Dianne ... by Cynthia
 
Long Island City Doesn't Want to Be Associated With Long Island Anymore
Friday, February 22, 2013 - As anyone local to Long Island or New York City knows, Long Island City, located in Queens, is not properly part of Long Island.  Sure, it’s located on the same landmass, but it isn’t part of Suffolk or Nassau Counties.  True Long Islanders have long dissociated themselves ... by Ralph
 
Nassau County to Retain PL Developments
Thursday, February 21, 2013 - Nassau County and Industrial Development Agency (IDA) executives have signed a deal to keep PL Developments, a pharmaceutical company, at its present location in Westbury on Long Island.  Under the deal, the company will retain its 569 local employees and also create 150 new jobs for locals ... by Ralph
 
Long Island Home Builders - A Brief Overview & Guide
Thursday, February 21, 2013 - Long Island is still one of the most popular places in the country to settle down and build a new home.  Despite the sprawling suburbia throughout Nassau and many parts of Suffolk County, new homes are being constructed daily.  So, if you are looking to remodel in ... by John
 
Bellone Calls for Rebuilding in Suffolk State of the County Address
Wednesday, February 20, 2013 - Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone has just delivered his State of the County Address.  The main theme for Bellone’s speech focused on rebuilding efforts following the devastation left by Hurricane Sandy.  “The state of our county is that we are rebuilding,” Bellone ... by Ralph
 
Brookhaven Town Hall Evacuated Due to Bomb Scare
Tuesday, February 19, 2013 - This morning, Brookhaven Town Hall had to evacuate in response to a bomb threat.  The evacuation followed in response to an envelope containing a threat which was delivered to News 12 Long Island in Woodbury.  Reporters opened the envelop and read it.  The threat was for a different ... by Ralph
 
Canon Moves Headquarters to Melville, Long Island
Monday, February 18, 2013 - Canon U.S.A. has just announced that it will be moving its headquarters to a brand new address at One Canon Park in Melville, Suffolk County, New York.  The new headquarters will be staffed by almost 1,400 employees who will be moving from their previous location.  About half of these ... by Ralph
 
Obscure Law Hinders Snow Clearing Efforts on Long Island
Sunday, February 17, 2013 - If you’re wondering why it seems to be taking a lifetime to clear away the snow from the roads on Long Island, you may be able to blame an obscure state statue passed in 1936.  This law limits how much money towns are permitted to spend on heavy machinery, which happens to include snow ... by Ralph
 
Hotel Fire in Hauppauge Forces Eight Guests to Relocate
Saturday, February 16, 2013 - Last night a guest fell asleep while smoking at the Olympic Motor Lodge on Vanderbilt Motor Parkway in Hauppauge, starting a fire.  There were no injuries or fatalities reported, but eight guests were forced to relocate, reportedly including several victims of Hurricane Sandy.  The ... by Ralph
 
Obama Calls for Raising Minimum Wage; Business Leaders Balk at Idea
Thursday, February 14, 2013 - In business there are those things that are great ideas, but are not generally easily accepted or implemented. President Barack Obama, in his State of the Union Address , said that raising the minimum wage to $9 an hour and tying future increases to inflation will boost the incomes of millions ... by Joseph
 
Long Island University Announces New Scholarships
Thursday, February 14, 2013 - Long Island University (LIU), a Brooklyn based college which serves students throughout the four counties of Long Island, has just announced it will be providing new scholarships to disadvantaged students.  This will make it one of only four colleges in the entire state to participate in the ... by Ralph
 
Valentine's Day Idea: Visit the Parrish Art Museum
Wednesday, February 13, 2013 - Art lovers who are looking for something fun and unique to do to celebrate Valentine’s Day might consider making a date to visit the Parrish Art Museum in Southampton.  The Parrish Art Museum opened its doors in Water Mill next to the Duck Walk Vineyards in November of last year, so ... by Ralph
 
Three Romantic Long Island Restaurants For Valentine's Day
Wednesday, February 13, 2013 - Looking for a romantic restaurant for you and your loved one? Long Island is full of fantastic restaurants that can cater to the romantic. With great atmosphere and quiet cosiness, there are several places that fit that type of bill. But, if you are looking for a Long Island restaurant that can ... by James
 
Peconic Landing Announces $45 Million Expansion; Adds Jobs Better Benefits to Members
Wednesday, February 13, 2013 - While there are many businesses on Long Island struggling to keep their employees employed, there are those other places that are trying very hard to move forward. Peconic Landing has announced the largest expansion of its facilities, amenities and therapies in its 10-year history. The ... by Ed
 
Three Valentine's Day Ideas for a Great Night out on Long Island
Wednesday, February 13, 2013 - Tomorrow is the day that women around the country have been waiting for; Valentine's Day. It is a day of dinners, chocolate, flowers, cards, diamonds and pampering. There is no doubt about it, men have a heavy burden to live up to, but they do not have to worry. There are plenty of great local ... by Cynthia
 
New York Senate Passes Bus Legislation Bill
Tuesday, February 12, 2013 - There is no question that sending your child on a school bus for the first time, or even the hundredth time, is a little unsettling. You release control of your child into the hands of someone else and you begin to feel helpless. Most of the time, the school bus drivers are great people and there ... by Janet
 
New York to Spend $3.6 Million on 4 New Food Hubs
Tuesday, February 12, 2013 - When it comes to putting people back to work two things have to happen. The first is to locate an industry which is sustainable and growing. The second is to inject some money into the infrastructure and expansion. New York, and especially Long Island, has always known that the food industry is ... by Joseph
 
Celebrate Valentine's Day At Long Island Aquarium
Tuesday, February 12, 2013 - One of the best kept secrets of Valentine's Day is that it isn't the chocolate and the flowers, but in the way that you spend the time together. This is what the Long Island Aquarium has in mind for couples during their ChocoVino event on Friday, February 15th. For many couples they think ... by Cynthia
 
After Another Major Storm Commuters Finding Driving Difficult
Monday, February 11, 2013 -  If you were one of the ones that decided to stay home because of the storm, you were one of the lucky ones. Sure, we must get to our jobs, but with a storm that drops over 30 inches of snow across Long Island , there is plenty of reason to stay home and stay safe. The treacherous road ... by Ed
 
LIE is Clear But Roads Still Impassable in Suffolk County
Monday, February 11, 2013 - When the storm, give the name of Nemo, was forecast to hit Long Island over the weekend, perhaps people were expecting a cartoon type of storm. The type that simply blows over and we all have a laugh about it. However, the truth of the storm is not found in the name, but in the incredible amount ... by Joseph
 
Closing to Update Dining Areas, Nick & Toni's Hot Hamptons Summer Restaurant
Monday, February 11, 2013 - Anyone who has visited the Hamptons knows about the great restaurant called Nick & Toni's. It has been one of the hottest places along the Hamptons for several years now. So popular, that it is almost impossible to get a seat there on a summer Saturday night. As a celebrity magnet and ... by James
 
Former New York Mets Catcher Piazza Book Signing on Valentine's Day
Monday, February 11, 2013 - How many women out there were heartbroken when Mike Piazza retired from the New York Mets? I know that as a long time baseball fan, I loved going to the Shea just to see Piazza warming up and then playing. But, then his career came to an abrupt halt - I thought he still had a few more years in ... by Cynthia
 
Hit-and-Run Penalties on Long Island Increased
Monday, February 11, 2013 - Long Island drivers will want to take notice of changes in the New York codes governing automobile accidents.  Senator Lee Zeldin has just announced that his cosponsored bill, S.2503, has passed, effectively raising penalties for drivers who flee the scene of accidents without exchanging ... by Ralph
 
SUNY Votes to Shut Down Long Island College Hospital
Sunday, February 10, 2013 - For a couple of weeks now, Long Island residents have been waiting for the outcome of a vote by the trustees of the State University of New York.  The hospital itself is located in Brooklyn, but serves customers throughout Long Island.  Many Nassau residents are within a half hour drive ... by Ralph
 
Blizzard Strands Hundreds of Drivers on Long Island Expressway
Saturday, February 9, 2013 - Despite the severe winter weather warnings, numerous drivers on Long Island decided to venture out onto the Long Island Expressway on Friday, only to find themselves stalled out and stranded in the middle of the highway clear through the night.  Hundreds of cars and drivers spent the late ... by Ralph
 
Elementary School in Franklin Square Honored for Reading Program
Saturday, February 9, 2013 - One of the most important things that a child can learn in school is to read. When you can take that a step further, and get children to have a life long love of reading, then you have truly done something. Reading is where the imagination bridges with reality, where knowledge expands, and ... by Janet
 
Long Island Retailers Report Strong January in Sales
Friday, February 8, 2013 - The good news for the beginning of 2013 on Long Island is that shoppers flocked to the after Christmas clearance sales in droves. Many of the Long Island stores, shops, and big box stores reported very good number concerning their sales for the first month of the year. With that said, the bad news ... by Joseph
 
Where Do You Store 30,000 Hurricane Damaged Vehicles? On Long Island
Friday, February 8, 2013 - Part of the fallout of Hurricane Sandy has been trying to figure out what to do with all the vehicles which were damaged in the storm.  Some 30,000 vehicles in devastated spots around the northeast coast have been declared totaled by insurance companies, making it difficult for their owners ... by Ralph
 
Nick's Tuscan Grill and Grillfire Restaurants Casualties of Hurricane Sandy; Closed
Thursday, February 7, 2013 - One of the biggest casualties of the Hurricane Sandy on Long Island, besides the thousands of homes which were destroyed, was restaurants. Several great Long Island restaurants have succumbed to the ravages of the wind, the surf, and the rain from the Oct. superstorm. Now, we can add two more ... by James
 
Good Samaritan Hospital Hosts Good Heart Health Awareness Event
Thursday, February 7, 2013 - One of the ways that people can become more aware of the problem of heart disease and good health is to be better educated. This past Friday, Feb. 1st, Good Samaritan Hospital , in West Islip , held a Healthy Heart Awareness Event through the American Heart Association and their Go Red for Women ... by Cynthia
 
Long Island Gas Prices Soar to $3.94 Per Gallon
Thursday, February 7, 2013 - Gas prices on Long Island have continued to rise, surging to $3.94 per gallon on average on Wednesday morning throughout the counties of Nassau and Suffolk.  That represents a rise of 14.5 cents per gallon from the already high prices reported earlier in the week.  The last time gas ... by Ralph
 
Suffolk County Authorizes Land Acquisition and Protection
Wednesday, February 6, 2013 - Suffolk County officials yesterday approved the acquisition of land near Beaverdam Creek under the Suffolk County Drinking Water Protection Program.  The decision, signed by Legislator Jay Schneiderman, County Executive Steve Bellone and Southampton Town Supervisor Anna Thorne-Holst, ... by Ralph
 
US Postal Service to Cut Out Saturday Delivery to Save on Costs
Wednesday, February 6, 2013 - In a continuing downward journey for the US Postal Service, they have announced plans to dissolve their Saturday delivery of mail , but continue with package deliveries six days a week. The plan is said to save the embattled service over $2 billion annually. An official announcement is expected ... by Joseph
 
The Paramount Saves Long Island's Live Music Scene With New Events
Wednesday, February 6, 2013 - I can remember the first time I was at The Downtown music venue in Farmingdale. The music was loud, the people were jammed, and the entire atmosphere was party, have fun, and forget about your troubles for awhile. It was great. But, then it closed in 2005, as well as several other great places. ... by Cynthia
 
Brookhaven's Ion Collider in Jeopardy
Tuesday, February 5, 2013 - Physics enthusiasts in Long Island are probably aware that Brookhaven in Suffolk County is home to a relativistic heavy ion collider, housed in Brookhaven National Labs.  Unfortunately, the ion collider’s future is in financial jeopardy following a January meeting between the Department ... by Ralph
 
Construction Jobs on Long Island Given Boost Due to Hurricane Sandy
Tuesday, February 5, 2013 - For most of 2012 Long Island's construction industry was in a decline. It was hard for anyone who was involved in this industry, which employs hundreds of thousands on Long Island alone, it was tough getting a steady paying job. However, due to the damage, and the ongoing clean up and repair of ... by Ed
 
'Cycle for Survival' Benefit Draws More than 700 in Fight Against Rare Cancer
Tuesday, February 5, 2013 - When it comes to cancer fund raising events, there are few, if any, that are larger than the ' Cycle for Survival ' athletic fundraiser. On Saturday, February 2nd, nearly 700 participants in Roslyn, Long Island , joined the fight against rare cancers at the national, indoor team cycling event ... by Cynthia
 
Cozy Up at the Inn at Fox Hollow and Rare650 for a Valentine's Day Getaway
Monday, February 4, 2013 - Valentine's Day is just around the corner, there are plenty of people looking to make a very special night for them and their loved one. For the most part a special night consists of dinner, chocolates, flowers, and perhaps a romantic getaway. If you had been planning on something like that, the ... by Ed
 
Gas Prices on Long Island Soar Upwards Another 15 Cents
Monday, February 4, 2013 - When it comes to life on Long Island we like to think that nothing can touch us and we persevere through the worst that Mother Nature, or anything else can throw at us. While Long Islanders are doing their best to rebuild after Hurricane Sandy destroyed many communities, homes and businesses , ... by Joseph
 
The Rocky Horror Picture Show at Cinema Arts Centre
Monday, February 4, 2013 - When it comes to inconic shows that has a tremendous cult following, there is none greater than The Rocky Horror Picture Show . This weekend, at the Cinema Arts Centre in Huntington , you have another chance to see this 1970's cult classic in all of its extravagance and flamboyant fun. The show ... by Cynthia
 
Bay Shore Author Book Signing Event
Sunday, February 3, 2013 - Looking for a fun family event this month and a way to get your children interested in reading?  Bay Shore Author Saragine Francois, the author of the children’s book The Invisible Blanket , will be available to answer questions, chat with fans and sign books at an upcoming event at ... by Ralph
 
Long Island Groundhog Contests Staten Island Groundhog
Saturday, February 2, 2013 - Two groundhogs in the Tri-State area reported conflicting news about the upcoming winter weather.  While the Staten Island groundhog did not see his shadow, Malverne Mel, the Long Island groundhog, did, as reported by Carol D’Auria And Sophia Hall, of 1010 WINS and WCBS 880 ... by Ralph
 
New Outreach Programs Available to Victims of Hurricane Sandy
Saturday, February 2, 2013 - Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman has just announced that a new outreach program is available to help homeowners on Long Island who are struggling in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.  Numerous homeowners are faced with the task of making repairs to their homes and yards, and are faced with ... by Janet
 
Long Island Teachers Give NY School Chief Earful of Concerns
Friday, February 1, 2013 - New York State Education Commissioner, John B. King Jr.,  got more than an earful when he invited Long Island teachers to speak out over any concerns they may have. The conversations ranged from teacher job evaluations, testing and other worries of Long Island educators . To put an ... by Janet
 
New College Scholarship Available for Elmont Memorial Library Cardholders
Friday, February 1, 2013 - Long Island students who enjoy reading have a new chance to win money for college.  The Elmont Memorial Library has just announced its Annual College Scholarship Award for 2013.  Each student who wins the award will receive $1,000 to spend at a school of his or her choice.  In order ... by Janet
 
The First Weekend of February Has Sleeping Beauty, Wizard of Oz, and Going on a Bear Hunt Performances in Long Island
Friday, February 1, 2013 - If you love live performances of children's stories, then this weekend is one that can keep you pretty busy. Throughout Long Island in February there are many different live adaptations of children's stories for families to watch and enjoy themselves at. In particular, this first weekend of ... by Cynthia
 
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