A new fitness facility is gearing up to open in Huntington village just in time for summer.Read More
Starting in June 2014, Nunes has since changed her business model to focus solely on the Town of Huntington. The membership-based concierge service offers, for a $95 monthly fee, a selection of services and expert assistance. Nunes offers new members a six month plan that includes the seventh month free, or a 12-month plan that includes an extra two months.Read More
The building that houses Huntington Stand Up Paddle is just 15-by-15 feet, but it only serves as an outlet for paddlers and kayakers to get to 3-miles’ worth of scenic views across Huntington Harbor.Read More
When John Dragotta, president and CEO of Melville-based financial firm Sovereign Global Advisors, wanted to open up his own branch at age 25, he ran into a little trouble. He said people thought he was too young.Read More
With the weather seemingly warming up, Joanna Koelmel, owner of Blue Bird NY Boutique, said her Huntington village women’s boutique is stocking up on fresh new items, including some that may make the perfect Mother’s Day gift.Read More
Serving the community for the past 27 years, the Huntington Station-based Law Offices of David R. Okrent have offered decades of experience, and a commitment to clients to help navigate them through all the complexities of law and rules that might be overlooked or misunderstood.Read More
C.F.C. Commercial Flooring Contractor Co. and its residential division, Flor-All, will never go out of style, offering experience, skill and unique materials from all over the world to suit any job.Read More
While Signature Premier Properties continues to grow across Long Island, its staff’s culture to be a group of like-minded individuals that champion each other remains the same each day.
Specializing in residential and commercial purchase and sale, the success of the firm is led by co-owners Peter Morris and Kathy Viard, who said they have made a point to be hands on and involved with their agents.
t Simplay, patrons can hurl dodgeballs at the undead, propel a golf ball down the greenway at Pebble Beach, peg a touchdown, pop a fly ball, or relax and have a drink. But that’s just the beginning of the possibilities.
The 15,000-square-foot space in Hauppauge serves as a sports simulator haven, indoor training center, bar hangout, corporate meeting space and private event hall rolled into one, resisting conventional labels.
Northport natives and sisters Gina Nisi and Angela Nisi-MacNeill have kept the theme of selling candy on Main Street in Northport Village with the opening of Carl’s Candies, which has replaced former candy store Harbor Trading.Read More
Ray McGuinness, owner of Tudor Jewelers in Northport Village, recalled a time when he would watch his father work diligently in his craft as a watchmaker, and on occasion assist in repairing watches and jewelry.Read More