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Marlena’s Yacht Club Opens Up Just in Time
for Its First Summer Season
Former Bar Known As Liars Saloon Reopens as Marlena’s Pack Out

June 2, 2023

Newton Shows Partners with the Greek Orthodox Cathedral of St. Paul to Present The Long Island Greek Festival
Festival will have fun and games, food, cathedral tours, a bazaar and more.

May 25, 2023

Lawrence Eisenstein Discusses “Wellness Care vs. Repair, Bending the Disease Curve towards a Healthier Future” at LIMBA
Guest speaker is the Vice President and Chief Public and Community Health Officer at Catholic Health

May 18, 2023

Newton Shows Partners with Huntington YMCA to Present Annual Memorial Weekend Carnival
Carnival includes rides, games, food, musical entertainment, Character Meet-&-Greet and prizes.

May 16, 2023

Huntington Republican Committee Will Accept Retired American Flags from May 15 to July 1
Any flags that are worn out, torn or stained may be dropped off at Huntington GOP headquarters.

May 12, 2023

Justin E. Driscoll Discusses the Workings and Goals of the New York Power Authority at LIMBA
The New York Power Authority's acting president and CEO will talk about the company’s priorities, operations and its future goals.

May 5, 2023

Newton Shows Partners with Merrick Chamber of Commerce to Present Annual Kids Fest Carnival
Funds raised at the carnival will pay for scholarships to be given to special-needs students.

April 25, 2023

Newton Shows Partners with North Shore Youth Council to Present “Fling into Spring” Carnival
Popular Community Carnival Helps Fund Heritage Park and Vital Youth Programs

April 11, 2023

Williams Cedar Says Motorists Should Watch out for Other Drivers Who Are Not Watching the Road
April is National Distracted Driving Awareness Month

April 7, 2023

Suffolk OTB President and CEO Phil Boyle Discusses “What the Future of Jake’s 58 Means for Long Island Businesses, Tourism, and Taxpayers” at LIMBA
Mr. Boyle spent 26 years in the state Legislature before joining Suffolk Regional OTB.

April 6, 2023

Tennessee Personal Injury Attorney Urges Caution Behind the Wheel during National Distracted Driving Awareness Month
Being distracted behind the wheel costs nearly 3,500 lives a year.

April 5, 2023

Teitelbaum Gallagher Merges with Abrams Garfinkel Margolis Bergson, LLP on April 1
Teitelbaum Gallagher combines their commercial lending and transactional experience with the robust AGMB Real Estate and Banking practice areas.

March 31, 2023

Brian A. Cohen, DTM Discusses “Does Long Island Need a Dragstrip?” at LIMBA
This presentation will focus on how a dragstrip can improve Long Island's economy, workforce and the tourism industry.

March 27, 2023

Williams Cedar Sues Unilever for Wrongful Death of 5-Year-Old Girl
Child with Compromised Immune System Was Exposed to Harmful Bacteria Found in Line of Fabric Treatments and Home Cleaning Products

March 27, 2023

FIRST Long Island Regional FIRST® Robotics Competition To Be Held For 24th Consecutive Year
Ninety-Three Teams from Long Island, the U.S. and the World to Compete at Hofstra University for CHARGED UP(SM) Presented by Haas

March 17, 2023

Jennifer Sherman Joins Katter Law Firm as an Associate
She is an attorney, as well as a developer of a campus map navigation app.

March 15, 2023

Noted New York Tax Attorney Says Biden’s Proposed “Billionaires’ Tax” Will Not Pass Congress
John Barrie says Republican-controlled House will not let the bill reach the president's desk.

March 13, 2023

Huntington Republican Committee Announces Its Slate of Candidates for This Year’s Election Season
Town GOP Chair Announces Campaigns for Town Council, Town Clerk, Receiver of Taxes, County Legislature and District Court Judge

February 27, 2023

Experienced Personal Injury Attorney Says Lack of Staffing and Fewer Inspections of Construction Sites May Have Resulted in More Deaths
NYCOSH report shows an increase in construction-related fatalities in New York State and New York City.

February 24, 2023

Jessica Dubowski Joins Twomey Latham as Its New Associate
Her background includes real estate litigation, business, corporate, labor and employment law.

February 15, 2023

Attorney Tanya Hobson-Williams Available to Comment on the Late Dancer/DJ Stephen “tWitch” Boss Not Leaving a Will before His Death
His wife filed a Spousal Property Petition seeking half of his estate.

February 10, 2023

Paul Pontieri Addresses “Managing the Resources of a Municipal Government” at LIMBA
He served in Patchogue Village government for 30 years.

February 7, 2023

James McPeak Reminds Everyone to Thank All Those Who Care for Our Loved Ones on February 17 in Honor of National Caregivers Day
This special day is celebrated each year on the third Friday in February.

January 26, 2023

With Higher Mortgage Rates Here to Stay, LI Real Estate Investor Says an Interest-Only Mortgage Can Pay off
This niche mortgage is ideal for homebuyers and real estate investors who are concerned about higher mortgage payments

January 17, 2023

Tennessee Personal Injury Attorney Says Drunk Drivers Should Financially Support the Victims’ Children
New law in Tennessee mandates that defendants who have been sentenced for vehicular manslaughter or homicide provide support payments to surviving children

January 9, 2023

Renowned Employment Law Attorney and Author Supports Federal Trade Commission’s Proposed Ban on Noncompete Clauses
Agency says noncompete clauses cost employees almost $300 billion in additional wages.

January 9, 2023

Federal Judge Allows Lawsuit Seeking to Declare Hempstead Landmark Statute Unconstitutional to Move Forward
Residents Sought to Halt Demolition of a Home by Having It Declared a Landmark

January 3, 2023

Attorney Tanya Hobson-Williams Available to Comment on the Late Rapper Coolio Not Leaving a Will before His Death
Estate worth at an estimated worth of $300,000 may be left to his seven children.

December 31, 2022

Rubin & Rosen Adjusters Urges Homeowners to Check Their Pipes before the “Shivery & Snowy” Season Starts
Freezing temperatures can start in the East Coast as early as the beginning of January.

December 20, 2022

2023 FIRST® Robotics Competition Season Kicks Off at LIU Post’s Krasnoff Theater on January 7
Teams will learn about this year's challenge, then pick up their kits of parts.

December 14, 2022

Tenth Annual Half Hollow Hills Invitational Demonstrates STEM-Fueled Excitement Among Local School Districts
Postseason Competition Highlights Benefits of Robotics Programs for Students, Local Businesses and the Community

October 20, 2022

James McPeak Says Assisted Living Workers Should Also be Eligible for NYS Healthcare Worker Bonus Program
He said his employees worked very hard during the COvID-19 pandemic and should deserve extra financial compensation.

September 15, 2022

Civil Rights and Personal Injury Attorney Elevated to Partner
Christopher Markos Has Been with Williams Cedar Since its Inception in 2017

September 14, 2022

The Sankara Eye Foundation Hosts Be the Light Gala on September 24
Fundraising Event Will Raise Money with the Goal of Providing 1 Million Free Eye Surgeries in India Annually

September 13, 2022

LIMBA Hosts East End Supervisors’ Roundtable on October 6
Elected Officials Will Discuss the Latest Issues Affecting Their Towns

September 12, 2022

Gerald J. Williams Urges Those Who Were Stationed at or Lived Near Camp Lejeune to Seek Legal Compensation for Their Illnesses
Illnesses came from contaminants found in onsite lake at the military base.

September 2, 2022

Celebrate the Labor Day Weekend at Blu Mar Hamptons with Live Music by Paul Mahos of New Life Crisis
Live performance takes place on Sunday, September 4 at 7 p.m.

August 29, 2022

Blu Mar Hamptons Offers a Unique Bed-and-Breakfast Experience
Guesthouse located in close proximity to restaurant and nightclub.

August 25, 2022

Long Island Real Estate Investor Tells Homebuyers What to Know before Looking to Purchase a House “As Is”
There are some advantages and disadvantages to buying a house in its current condition.

August 24, 2022

As COVID Restrictions Recede, McPeak’s Urges Families to Join in Celebrating National Grandparents Day
First Sunday after Labor Day Celebrated as National Grandparents Day

August 22, 2022

Northeastern Law School Graduate Joins Leading Long Island Employment Law Firm as an Associate
Victoria Spagnolo joins the Massapequa, NY-based The NHG Law Group

August 15, 2022

Children Can Earn Three Free Rides or a Discounted Ride Bracelet at the 49th Annual Feast of Mother Cabrini Read & Ride Days
Children grades K-8 need to read three books, write a summary for each and submit to the ticket window.

August 11, 2022

Gerald J. Williams Says Signing of Honoring Our PACT Act of 2022 into Law Will Provide Needed Medical Help for More of Our Veterans
Includes coverage for illnesses from "burn pits," Agent Orange and exposure to contaminated water at Camp Lejeune

August 10, 2022

Rubin & Rosen Adjusters Says Homeowners Should Prepare for Hurricane Season by Reviewing Their Policies, Despite NOAA’s Changes in Forecast
Government Agency Slightly Modifies Probability of Above-Average Hurricane Season from 65% to 60%

August 8, 2022

Gerald J. Williams Urges Those Who Were Stationed at or Lived Near Camp Lejeune to Seek Legal Compensation for Their Illnesses
Must have been stationed or lived near the military base between 1953 and 1957.

July 21, 2022

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