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Publication acquires four desirable used car domain names targeting four counties which physically make up Long Island including Brooklyn, Queens, Nassau and Suffolk Counties. New
Publication acquires four desirable used car domain names targeting four counties which physically make up Long Island including Brooklyn, Queens, Nassau and Suffolk Counties. (New
SNYPEX LLC, a sports optics company based in Long Island, New York, announces the release of the Knight ED Binocular series.
Mötley Crüe recently announced a large and ambitious 2014 world tour that will be the final hurrah before they retire after more than three decades of making music and entertaining fans.
Ronkonkoma, NY-based Allstate agent expects new web presence will expand visibility of his practice to new clients throughout Long Island. Ronkonkoma, New York
Ronald Storch of Berdon LLP in New York joins respected accountants from around the world on TIAG’s Advisory Board. St.
LAKE SUCCESS, N.Y., Jan.
The North Shore-LIJ Health System today announced the appointment of Laura S.
Local fitness centers, Huntington and Smithtown Fit Body Boot Camp, are gearing up to launch a “Pound for Dollar Challenge” in an effort to raise money for the Suffolk County Firefighter’s
Owners of Smithtown Fit Body Boot Camp, Ahmed and Kathleen Tafti, announce the opening of their brand new fitness center to help locals achieve their ultimate health and fitness goals.
The Atlantic Silverside (Menidia menidia) is found in the shallows of the Hudson River estuary and other tidal rivers and creeks in southeastern New York, and Long Island from the spring to the fall. They move out away from the shorelines and enter deeper water in the Chesapeake Bay during the winter. The Atlantic Silverside is a small fish, approximately 3 to 6 inches in length. The upper sides are translucent green-yellow, gradually turning iridescent white on the sides to pale white on...
- The act of burning, scorching, or heating to dryness; the state or being thus heated or dried.
- In medicine, cauterization.