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Dirty Rotten Scoundrels delivers the sexy fun we’re all looking for

Jan 28, 2023 | Business

It doesn’t matter how you’re feeling. You can walk into the Engeman Theater exhausted, moody or defeated after a long day, but I guarantee when you leave after seeing Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, you’ll be energized with joy.…

Not in the business to change things: Tim’s Shipwreck Diner under new ownership

Jan 9, 2023 | Business

This past December, after a few months of conversation and formalities, Hess handed over the keys to his Main Street establishment to Northport Village resident Denis Beyersdorf. When he spoke of the sale of the business, of…

New in town: Arlo brings a classic dining experience to Northport

Dec 22, 2022 | Business

The restaurant Arlo is exactly how you might want your neighborhood’s new fine dining establishment to be: strikingly impressive yet warm and welcoming; the space is grand, high-class and cozy. Tucked up a hill off 25A,…

X-Golf brings indoor golfing closer to home, with 10K square-foot location in Commack

Dec 12, 2022 | Business

After the Covid-19 summer of 2020, which allowed him to play a great deal of golf while much of life remained shut down or restricted, Dix Hills resident Geoff Schwartz began looking to continue his game as the weather grew…

TOH business owners speak out against proposed metered parking in town lots, including Woodbine Marina

Nov 12, 2022 | Business

After a Newsday article published on October 30 highlighted a proposal put forth by Town of Huntington Supervisor Ed Smyth on adding metered parking to municipal lots in downtown areas of Huntington, Cold Spring Harbor and…

Nest on Main celebrates five-year anniversary with a focus on community and giving

Nov 4, 2022 | Business

Northport Village favorite Nest on Main is celebrating its fifth anniversary today, Friday, November 4, with festivities including raffles, giveaways, free samples and more, extending all weekend long. The milestone marks…

Artisan House owners celebrate one-year anniversary, honor 50 years of business

Oct 28, 2022 | Business

Ron Meyer loves his job. The 60-year-old Village resident has had his fill of retail management; from a south shore record store with his brother in the ’80s to big box companies – Targets, Best Buys, Linen and Things, Old…

Bits and pieces: Local business update

Oct 1, 2022 | Business

A new restaurant is coming to Main Street. Tap and Tapas will open at 487 Main Street in Northport Village, where Nina’s Pizza was previously located. The restaurant will offer beer, wine and sangria on tap, along with…

Changing Tides: Helga’s Choice Consignment gets new owner and name

Sep 21, 2022 | Business

A longtime consignor and professional organizer, Denise Glozek has made a new home on Main Street, in what was previously Helga’s, the long-standing, well-loved consignment store in Northport Village. A Huntington resident…

New date and location for public hearing on Pulaski Road residential complex in Greenlawn

Sep 17, 2022 | Business

The date and location of the Town of Huntington public hearing to consider adopting a local law to allow for the construction of more than 200 residential units off Pulaski Road in Greenlawn has been changed to accommodate a…

Northwell opens multidisciplinary practice on Fort Salonga Road

Sep 9, 2022 | Business

Northwell Health has opened a $1.3 million, 3,000-square-foot multidisciplinary practice along Route 25A in Northport, in the building formerly occupied by Chase bank in the CVS shopping center. The facility provides primary…

Public hearing set: Over 200 new residential units proposed for Pulaski Road in Greenlawn

Aug 22, 2022 | Business

A Town of Huntington public hearing has been scheduled for this fall to consider adopting a local law that would amend the town zoning map on the north side of Pulaski Road (east of Greenbrush Court) in Greenlawn from an R-40…

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