Miller Place-Rocky Point
The in Miller Place officially closed down last week, and now the owners are looking to sell.
A once popular spot for some locals offering live music and other programs along with coffee, drinks and food, Beanberry was unable to sustain business and now they are looking for someone to buy, according to the daughter of the building owner, Helen Haghani.
"They have a few people interested and we’ve had a few people who came in," Haghani said. "They are not doing business right now, but they are trying to sell.”
in Port Jefferson placed 28th out of 241 hospitals in New York State in U.S. News & World Report’s annual Best Hospitals rankings. Mather was also ranked 34th out of 184 hospitals in the New York metro area, which includes northern New Jersey and Westchester County.
The hospital also received a designation of “high-performing” in gastroenterology, geriatrics and orthopedics. The magazine wrote that Mather “scored high in patient safety, demonstrating commitment to reducing accidents and medical mistakes.”
Just as the technology filmmakers use to make their films has changed dramatically over the years, so has the technology needed to facilitate screenings at venues like Stony Brook University's.
When the Stony Brook Film Festival first began 17 years ago, the Staller Center had the capacity to screen 16 mm films, 35 mm films – and even VHS tapes. Today, the festival relies not just on 35 mm films but also Digi-Beta and Blu-ray formats. The evolution in technology has had an impact on the ability of the Film Festival to deliver quality films – both in content and presentation – to its audiences year after year.
Nesconset residents are rallying on the Internet in hopes of prevent a proposal to build 66 garden apartments off Lake Avenue.
Nearly 600 signatures have been gathered via a Change.org petition asking Town of Smithtown officials to deny a change of zoning request by developers Story Book Homes Inc. in Nesconset. The proposed plans call for 66 garden apartments between Pierson Street and Heritage Place South off Lake Avenue.
Commack residents will shortly have a new option when it comes to shopping for children's toys and games.
in Commack's Kings Kullen Plaza is currently undergoing massive construction to expand and open a Toys "R" Us next door, as part of the company's side-by-side store format.
John McQuaid stands in the middle of an open field, a large unused tract of land that's perfectly mowed, and scratches his head about a problem that seems to have a very obvious answer, a solution as prominent as the grass he is standing on, but remains out of reach.
“We just want to play ball,” said McQuaid.
McQuaid is a trustee of Kings Park Youth, Kings Park’s largest organized youth sports group. The organization is trying to find a solution to problem that has dogged them for years; the lack of available playing fields for the more than 1,000 kids that make up KPY.