Business Beat: Weekly Roundup

Local business news from Patch communities across the region.

• Babylon Village

When her hometown Brentwood School District cut back on art programs like theatre, Tiffany R. knew she had to do something to keep the arts live for kids from her alma mater. Read the full story about TC Diamond Arts on .

• Deer Park-North Babylon

When it comes to fine Italian food, tradition comes in delicious packages. At least it does at MamaTori’s, North Babylon’s latest entry into gourmet foods serving the surrounding area. Read the full story now on .

• Lindenhurst

Despite the tough economy, another new business has sprung to life in Lindenhurst. And it’s owned and run by Lindy alum Alicia Allard, who’s also a New York State-licensed nail and waxing technician. Read the full story on .

• Patchogue

Four new Patchogue businesses have their grand openings this week, one from this past Wednesday, one Thursday and two this weekend. Read the full story on .

• Sachem

This past week’s Sachem Business Beat reports on several happenings in the business communities of the Sachem area. Read the full story on .

• Sayville-Bayport

The big news this week is that the Greater Sayville Chamber of Commerce has rescheduled the incredibly popular Evening in Margaritaville event, which got rained out in August. Read the full story on .

• West Islip

Blink Fitness has announced the Grand Opening of on Friday, Sept. 28. The doors to the 15,000-square-foot facility in South Bay Commons will officially open to new and prospective members at noon. Read the full story on the new Blink Fitness on .


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