• Babylon Village Patch
For Charles Bonsignore, opening a store in Babylon was not about the potential for making money – it was all about providing a necessary service for both the people and the environment. Read the story on Babylon Village Patch.
• Deer Park-North Babylon Patch
Angela Beauman didn’t plan on getting a business idea at the doctor’s office. But that was the outcome of her trips to a local doctor, who is originally from Argentina. Read the story on Deer Park-North Babylon Patch.
• Lindenhurst Patch
Modern Warrior, founded and owned by Phil Messina, teaches practical application self defense, and to that end offers a variety of classes, from one-day seminars to long-term classes, including Free Rape Prevention classes for women and girls older than 12. Read the story on Lindenhurst Patch.
• Patchogue Patch
District administrators and architects gathered at North Shore High School Saturday to celebrate the opening of the district's new 100,000-square-foot athletic field, running track and supporting facilities, which was designed by BBS Architects, Landscape Architects and Engineers of Patchogue. Read the story on Patchogue Patch.
• Sachem Patch
October is just around the weekend corner, but it's still back-to-school season for World's Gym in Ronkonkoma. The gym, located on Hawkins Avenue, just north of the Ronkonkoma train station, is offering a $10 per month Back to School membership special. Read the story on Sachem Patch.
• Sayville-Bayport Patch
Arnold Gifford can’t remember exactly how old he was when he fell in love with the cheese steak sandwich but the meal clearly made a lasting culinary impression given the 42-year-old Patchogue resident opened Beyond Philly, a new Blue Point restaurant specializing in cheese steak subs as well as chicken sandwiches and standbys such as burgers and hot dogs. Read the story on Sayville-Bayport Patch.
• West Islip Patch
Three private schools, a baseball and soccer clinic, and a dance studio are among the possible tenants for the buildings that were formerly Kirdahy and Westbrook elementary schools. Read the story on West Islip Patch.