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Business

Shop Local: Gift Guide for Wives (and other VIP women)

Dec 4, 2021 | Business

Be the life partner we always knew you could be by shopping early and local. Here are some ideas for gifts you can get while running errands. Best part, they’ll come beautifully wrapped in a local gift bag and can be…

Small business spotlight: On a Lark

Dec 2, 2021 | Business

Decades of experience in fashion and jewelry – in iconic but now closed Northport spaces Studio East and Gemport – have come together in On a Lark, a new venture on Larkfield Road looking to make fashionable clothes…

Small business spotlight: Hydrangea Home

Dec 1, 2021 | Business

Dawn Mohrmann began selling handcrafted home goods out of her garage in Kings Park in 1995. She called her space “Hydrangea Home”because of the many large hydrangeas she had on her property. “People used to come shopping out…

Small business spotlight: Penny & Cooper

Nov 28, 2021 | Business

Donna and Katie Donigian just celebrated the fourth birthday of their bath, body and home store at 154 Main Street in Northport Village. The mother-daughter team reside in Eatons Neck and handcraft their own products right in…

Copenhagen Bakery & Cafe sells 1,300 pies for 15th annual Thanksgiving fundraiser

Nov 23, 2021 | Business

Today was pickup day for Copenhagen Bakery & Cafe’s annual Thanksgiving pie fundraiser, which more than doubled last year’s sales. The beloved local bakery sold 1,300 pies for a fundraiser that will positively impact several…

Vote on Matinecock Court tabled as local high school students and others speak in support of affordable housing development

Nov 21, 2021 | Business

Community members who showed up and were prepared to hear discussions on the Matinecock Court affordable housing development’s future at Thursday night’s town board meeting were left hanging when the amendment was removed…

Shop small: Weekend giveaway promotes local shopping with a chance to win a $350 gift card

Nov 19, 2021 | Business

The Great Northport Holiday Village Giveaway, sponsored by JK Consulting, is set for this weekend, with a chance to win big for anyone who shops local on November 20 and November 21. The concept is simple: spend $25 at five…

Huntington Town Board will vote to accept or reject limited equity cooperative structure for Matinecock Court

Nov 17, 2021 | Business

Forty years after plans began for Matinecock Court, an affordable housing development slated for the corner of Pulaski and Elwood Road in East Northport, the Huntington Town Board will vote again tomorrow night to determine…

JK Consulting kicks off first of three ribbon cuttings for local business community

Nov 12, 2021 | Business

Members of JK Consulting, a brand, marketing, and philanthropy company in Northport Village, celebrated a ribbon-cutting ceremony late last month, surrounded by family and friends in front of the Main Street location.…

From curb appeal and playspaces, to a distillery and book shop, Larkfield Road’s potential is showing – and growing

Oct 26, 2021 | Business

Earlier this month, a local couple completed a small but meaningful project: they cleared the weeds from an area surrounding a tree in front of their storefront, built a wooden flower box around it and added some mums.…

New zombie home and vacant property law adopted by the Town of Huntington Board

Sep 22, 2021 | Business

At a recent Huntington Town Board meeting, a preventive measure meant to address the issue of zombie homes and vacant storefronts within Huntington was approved. The measure, which was originally proposed by Supervisor…

Not your typical art studio: Ink’d opens in Northport Village with preview of new space coming soon

Sep 18, 2021 | Business

Next week, Ink’d Art Studio will open its Scudder Avenue door to curious neighbors for the first time, to see a space Northport resident Clark Ruggeri has been picturing for years. While the idea of a community space in…

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