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Business

From punk rock to real estate; SERHANT. brokerage now repped in Northport Village

Jun 3, 2022 | Business

The transition from punk rock to real estate isn’t your usual connect-the-dots career change. But Michael Jordan Sadis, a former bassist turned real estate broker, says the music and real estate industries have more in common…

Haven Gallery finds new permanent home down Main Street

May 29, 2022 | Business

On Wednesday, June 1, Haven Gallery will officially open its doors down the street, taking over the space previously occupied by Carl’s Candies. “We are so proud and humbled to say that we have bought this building to serve…

GoingLocal tour hits Northport Village this Sunday, showcasing women business owners and their stories

May 13, 2022 | Business

Melissa Farrell was born and raised in Huntington. She spent over 20 years working locally at a family-owned restaurant before pursuing a career as an international tour director, leading groups of many sizes on trips all…

Shop Local: Last-Minute Gift Guide

Dec 21, 2021 | Business

Some of us are still shopping. Not all of us want to be. Here are some ideas to make the most out of Main Street, and Larkfield, too. From unique finds for your best friend to gifts for your mother-in-law, get out there and…

Special gifts galore at Tin Rooster, an antique, artisan and vintage collective

Dec 19, 2021 | Business

Sue Dittrich opened the Tin Rooster on Fort Salonga Road on March 1, 2020; the onset of Covid 19 closed her doors just two weeks later. She wasn’t able to open again for two and a half months, but like so many local small…

Owners of longstanding community bike shop Adams Cyclery set to retire this month

Dec 17, 2021 | Business

Denise and Chuck Adams of Adams Cyclery in East Northport have announced their retirement. Adam’s Cyclery ranks with fellow landmark businesses Fred’s Carpet, Beckman’s Florist and Karp’s Hardware as some of the oldest…

Two major decisions made at Huntington Town Board meeting: “Yes” to Matinecock Court and “No” to cannabis sales

Dec 16, 2021 | Business

It was another very long Huntington Town Board meeting, with dozens of speakers coming to the podium to express their approval for the Matinecock Court development slated to be built at the corner of Elwood and Pulaski Roads…

Small Business Spotlight: Martoni Gourmet

Dec 15, 2021 | Business

Italian immigrant and entrepreneur Nino Carusone always knew he wanted to bring a taste of his hometown of Caserta, in the Campania region of Italy, to the states. His ending up in Northport was no accident. Nino came to …

Shop Local: Gift Guide for Husbands and Fathers (and uncles and brothers)

Dec 15, 2021 | Business

Because you can’t get a four-pack to Sand City every single year, can you? Give him the gift of comfort, and a little aromatherapy, with this blanket/candle combo from Barton at Home. The tartan blanket comes in green or…

Shop Local: Gift Guide for Teachers

Dec 11, 2021 | Business

Surveys say nearly 98% of teachers prefer gift cards for the holidays*, and we have suggestions for local spots to purchase them from (scroll to the bottom of this article for our top picks or get one from a store you know…

Small business spotlight: Nest on Main

Dec 10, 2021 | Business

When Donna Moschella speaks about the origins of Nest on Main, she gets a little emotional. Her one-of-a-kind home marketplace is a platform for small businesses, a brick-and-mortar space that allows local artisans to…

Small business spotlight: Einstein’s Attic

Dec 6, 2021 | Business

It’s the final stretch of the year, what’s referred to as “quarter four” in retail. And this year, it started earlier than ever as supply chain and staffing issues necessitated some serious foresight. It’s a good thing Lori…

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