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The economy on Long Island is unique – with countless small businesses and corporations alike making home here, Long Island is a center of industry with its own unique heartbeat. If you're interested in local business and financial advice specifically for Long Islanders, then make sure to never miss an article in the Business & Finance section.

Revitalize Your Day with a Mid-Day Break

What do you do during lunch? Tips to a lunch break that will have you coming back revitalized and ready to conquer more work.

Governor Cuomo Announces AirTrain JFK Reaches Record High Ridership in 2014

Ongoing rapid growth of ridership caused passenger increase of nearly 250% since 2004..

Want to Treat Yourself Without Leaving Home? Try These Online Subscription Services

No matter what you are interested in, there is an online subscription service out there for you!

Holbrook Business Owner & Employee Found Dead, Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Suspected

Suffolk County Police Homicide Squad detectives are investigating an incident where the owner of an auto detailing shop and his employee were found dead from apparent carbon monoxide poisoning in Holbrook last night.

PSEG Long Island Announces February 2015 Power Supply Charge

February’s Power Supply Charge Down 1.3 Percent from January.

LI Spots for Birthday Freebies: Free Food, Fun, and More

Get ready for your birthday by getting on the email lists of these businesses, then watch the freebies pour in!

Getting Life Back in Order after the Holidays

The high of the holidays and the New Year has simmered down. Now it's time to get life back in order with these tips.

Best Deals to Catch after the Holidays

If you think you saw savings around Black Friday and Cyber Monday, you can catch even bigger deals on certain items in January and the upcoming months.

Ten Terrific 2015 New Year's Resolutions for Kids

Adults aren't the only ones who make New Year's resolutions!

Fifteen Ways to Start 2015 Off on a Frugal Foot

Save some money in the upcoming New Year by following these tips!

Taking the Hassle Out of Holiday Returns

'Tis the season, for holiday returns!

Save Energy at Home this Winter

The arrival of the Winter means cooler temperatures and more energy use to keep the home warm, but with a few tips you can save on the utility bill.

NYS Public Service Commission Approves New Area Code for Suffolk County

The New York State Public Service Commission today announced that they have approved the establishment of a second area code for Suffolk County, as 631 telephone numbers are being used up at a record pace.

Oceanside Business Owner Busted for Stealing Customer Credit Card Info, Buying Steroids

The Major Case Bureau reports the arrest of an Island Park man for incidents that occurred during the months of November and December 2014.

Suffolk County Legislators File Legislation to Terminate School Speed Zone Cameras

Five Suffolk County Legislators have filed legislation to put an end to Suffolk County’s controversial proposed move to install school speed zone cameras.

32-Count Indictment Unsealed, Six Arrested In Illegal Dumping Of Construction Debris

Illegal dumping of toxic New York City construction and demolition debris at four locations in western Suffolk.

Scammers Prey on Consumers around the Holidays: What to Watch Out For

The holidays bring around good spirits in most of us, but that is also reason why so many fall victim to holiday scams. Know what to look out for.

Christmas Themed Haunted House in Hauppauge has Commercial Banned from TV Santa and a Chainsaw

Chambers of Horror NY, a local haunt located in Hauppauge, recently had their commercial for their Christmas-themed Haunted House banned from cable TV.

Trio Nabbed for Armed Robbery of Hempstead T-Mobile Store

The Major Case Bureau and the Third Squad reports the details of three arrests for Robbery that occurred on Friday, December 5, 2014 at 7:45 pm in Hempstead.

Get Crafty With This Year's Gift Giving: 2014 Holiday Craft Fairs

If you still need to get some holiday shopping done make your way over to a holiday craft fair on the Island!
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