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  1. Oyster Bay teams with Nassau in road paving planRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 16 | Long Island Business News

    The Town of Oyster Bay and Nassau County are teaming up to use public employees for road repairs instead of contracting the work to outside vendors. Dubbed "Operation Roadway Restoration," the inter-municipal plan directs town and county employees to perform the work of milling, sweeping and paving roads.

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  2. Farmingdale State College to offer drone pilot programRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 15 | Long Island Business News

    Farmingdale State College is taking to the air in a new way with its latest addition to the university's Aviation Center at Republic Airport. Starting Sept.

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  3. Stew Leonard's to open in East Meadow next monthRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 31 | Long Island Business News

    The 70,000-square-foot store built in the space formerly occupied by a Pathmark supermarket is slated to open on August 23, according to a company statement. In addition to its regular features that include a bakery, deli, butcher shop, prepared foods, produce section and more, the new store at 1897 Front St. will have three 55-inch monitors built into the floor at the front of the store displaying "social media customer driven content, news and events."

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  4. Pally: Summer repairs mean a better LIRR is on its wayRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 17, 2017 | Long Island Business News

    As the Long Island Rail Road enters a summer of 2017 with significant challenges from a variety of issues, including the extensive repairs being undertaken by Amtrak at Penn Station, it may be difficult to envision a much more efficient and safer system, unimpeded by various infrastructure impediments. However, if we can all get though the current short-term frustrations, the longer term will provide such a system.

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  5. 10 LIers charged in $147M pump-and-dump schemeRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 12, 2017 | Long Island Business News

    Ten Long Islanders have been charged with allegedly manipulating $147 million in stocks sold to elderly investors at artificially inflated prices through a brokerage called the Boiler Room in Melville. They are among 14 people charged with conspiracy to commit securities fraud, money laundering in connection with stocks such as National Waste Management Holdings, CES Synergies, Grilled Cheese Truck, Hydrocarb Energy Corp. and Intelligent Content Enterprises.

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  6. Advocates push for safer LI streetsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 6, 2017 | Long Island Business News

    Elected officials joined civic groups and business leaders in Farmingdale Thursday to promote traffic calming measures in and around Long Island's downtown business districts. Organized by the Long Island Complete Streets Coalition and Vision Long Island, the event was held at the intersection of Main Street and Route 109, where trucks and other vehicles whizzed by at speeds eclipsing 50 miles per hour.

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  7. Pole Position Raceway re-branding as RPM RacewayRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 29, 2017 | Long Island Business News

    The logos outside of Farmingdale's Pole Position Raceway's checkered flag-soaked facility are going to be changing come June 30. Karen Davis-Farage and Eyal Farage, who are franchisees of five Pole Position Raceway go-kart tracks in New York and New Jersey, are converting each of their circuits into the newly re-branded RPM Raceway. The duo will begin to run their own business, breaking away from Pole Position.

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  8. Priciest home sales in FarmingdaleRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 26, 2017 | Long Island Business News

    The priciest Farmingdale home sold in May was a 4-bedroom, 3.5-bath colonial on .11 acres at 175 Staples St. that sold for $605,000. It was listed by Lawrence Theodore of Century 21 American Homes and sold by his Century 21 colleague Sally McCardell.

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  9. Rosenberg: Fight looms over the future of Republic AirportRead the original story w/Photo

    May 12, 2017 | Long Island Business News

    Two years ago Gov. Andrew Cuomo said he wanted to hand Republic over to privatized management, add commercial flight service, and create a tax free business zone. Community leaders in the surrounding neighborhoods couldn't organize fast enough to oppose the governor's plan to reinvent Republic Airport, as they had participated in years of a state-sponsored visioning study that agreed to take scheduled commercial service off the table.

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  10. Another Noodles & Company restaurant closes on LIRead the original story w/Photo

    May 12, 2017 | Long Island Business News

    The Noodles & Company restaurant in Waverly Plaza in Patchogue closed last weekend, the fourth of the struggling chain's five Long Island locations to close in the last six months. The Patchogue closing leaves just the Noodles & Company restaurant in the Gallery at Westbury Plaza in Garden City as the fast casual chain's last remaining location here.

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  11. Mario Batali, Thurman Thomas to judge craft beer challengeRead the original story w/Photo

    May 11, 2017 | Long Island Business News

    Chef and food personality Mario Batali and NFL Pro Football Hall of Famer Thurman Thomas will serve as judges in the Taste NY Inaugural Craft Beer Challenge on May 17 in New York City. Several Long Island brewereries are participating in the challenge, including Farmingdale-based Barrage Brewing Company, Bay Shore-based Great South Bay Brewery, Farmingdale-based Lithology Brewing, Montauk Brewing Co., Riverhead-based Moustache Brewing Co and Oyster Bay Brewing Company.

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  12. Leasing begins at new Farmingdale rental complexRead the original story w/Photo

    May 5, 2017 | Long Island Business News

    The $11 million project dubbed Robinelle Gardens transformed a formerly dilapidated 2.3-acre commercial site at 168 Fulton St. into a mix of 39 one-bedroom and 21 two-bedroom apartments. The development is located about a half-mile from Farmingdale's Main Street and Long Island Rail Road station.

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  13. Local breweries enter NY craft beer challengeRead the original story w/Photo

    May 3, 2017 | Long Island Business News

    Online voting is now open for the Taste NY Inaugural Craft Beer Challenge, which culminates on May 17. That's when Gov. Andrew Cuomo will host a final tasting event for the states top five breweries. New York now has than 321 microbreweries, farm breweries and restaurant breweries, up from 50 total breweries in 2011.

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  14. Crash that sent pilot to closed runway prompts FAA changesRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 12, 2017 | Long Island Business News

    When pilot Joseph Milo reported engine trouble, an air traffic controller directed him to a nearby airfield. But the airfield had actually closed 25 years earlier, and industrial buildings occupied its former runway. 1 comment

  15. Schacker, Blumenfeld honored for 2016 dealsRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 10, 2017 | Long Island Business News

    Phil Shwom and Jeff Starr of Schacker Realty received industry recognition for brokering a deal that turned a Melville building from office to industrial. The Schacker Realty brokers were honored with the Most Ingenious Deal of the Year award by the Association for a Better Long Island and the Commercial Industrial Brokers Society at their annual awards gala at Carlyle on the Green in Farmingdale last week.

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  16. On Our Island: Nonprofit highlights of the weekRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 7, 2017 | Long Island Business News

    Xiomara Leto, Eric Fishon, Jocelyn Montag, Robert Lashuk, Richard Leshaw and Jerome D'Antone. 2 Michael Canders , aviation professor at Farmingdale State College, spoke at a Long Island Metro Business Action meeting about the dangers posed by the growing use of drones.

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  17. Alexander: Transit Oriented Development finding new supportRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 4, 2017 | Long Island Business News

    The recent dip in Suffolk's population and growth in Nassau's has folks talking about present and future downtown redevelopment. Within one week we are seeing the construction of Transit Oriented Development projects in Farmingdale, a groundbreaking in Riverhead, an approval in Freeport and a planning hearing in Lindenhurst.

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  18. LI leaders push for safer, more walkable streetsRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 30, 2017 | Long Island Business News

    More than 100 local business, civic and road safety advocates met Thursday to seek solutions to improve the safety and economic growth along Long Island's roadways. Attendees at the annual Long Island Complete Streets Summit, held at the Sustainability Institute at Molloy College in East Farmingdale, are seeking a meeting with officials from the state Department of Transportation to review the needs of improvements that can be made along sections of five major roadways, including Route 25A in Miller Place; Route 110 in Huntington Station; Route 109 in Farmingdale; Route 106 and 107 in Hicksville; and Sunrise Highway between Freeport and Valley Stream.

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  19. Music to guitarists' ears: D'Addario to give out stringsRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 23, 2017 | Long Island Business News

    D'Addario, the Farmingdale-based musical instrument accessory company whose customers include Dave Matthews, Sheryl Crow and Lenny Kravitz, has announced it will give away free sets of guitar strings to the first 50 attendees at this year's NY Guitar Show & Exposition at The Freeport Recreation Center. "This is wonderful," show founder Richard Johnson said in a written statement.

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  20. LI leaders tackle issues for small businessRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 9, 2017 | Long Island Business News

    Elected officials headed up a meeting of Long Island business groups Thursday to discuss issues facing area companies and their communities. Nearly 150 business leaders attended the session held at the East Farmingdale Fire Department's firehouse on Conklin Street and organized by the Long Island Business Council, the Nassau Council of Chambers of Commerce, the Suffolk Alliance of Chambers of Commerce and Vision Long Island.

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