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Business Beat: New Target Coming, Hotel Gets Facelift

Check out this week's top business stories from across the region.

Babylon Village

For years, Danny O'Donnell and his wife would come to Babylon Village to dinner at Mario's Hi-Hook near the Great South Bay. And for years, they dreamed of what the clam bar could be. Read the story on Babylon Village Patch.

Deer Park-North Babylon

A Hauppauge pharmaceutical company, with a manufacturing center in Deer Park, now has an edge over international competitors like China, though a cost-saving incentive package approved by the Suffolk County Industrial Development Agency (IDA). Read the story on Deer Park-North Babylon Patch.

Half Hollow Hills

A $16 million renovation project of The Hilton Long Island/Huntington in Melville is now complete. Read the story on Half Hollow Hills Patch.

Lindenhurst

A long-time, local Lindenhurst business owner was honored on Saturday night by the Knights of Columbus-OLPH Council #794. Last year Village Trustee Mike Lavorata was honored at the Columbus Day dinner/dance. Read the story on Lindenhurst Patch.

Patchogue

Jim Tooher wasn't always a small business owner: he once was a computer technician with IBM who repaired key punch machines. And he wasn't always a musician: he said he wasn't exposed to music much as a young man and only learned to play guitar when in college. Read the story on Patchogue Patch.

Sachem Patch

There is a great deal happening in the communities that make up the Sachem community. See what’s happening in this week’s Sachem Patch Business Beat.

Sayville-Bayport

Brand name retailer Target aims to open a new location at the current site of the Attias Flea Market, on the corner of Broadway Avenue and Sunrise Highway in Sayville, within the next year. Read the story on Sayville-Bayport Patch.

West Islip

This week, we've featured two West Islip businesses that are doing their part to help fight breast cancer by supporting the West Islip Breast Cancer Coalition. Read the story on West Islip Patch.

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