Rockville Centre will soon host the world’s first-ever parking meters that print coupons for local stores. The village partnered with meter company Parkeon and MasterCard for the 10 units, which will replace standing meters on Park Avenue from Lincoln Avenue to College Place in the next two weeks. Read more and watch a video here.
Garden City Studios, LLC, a television studio focused on live television production, is now open for business in East Garden City, adjacent to Roosevelt Field Mall. Read more here.
South Nassau Communities Hospital in Oceanside received a $6.6 million federal grant to rebuild an urgent care center at Long Beach Medical Center, which has remained closed despite having been rebuilt after Hurricane Sandy heavily damaged the bayside facility nearly a year ago, Gov. Cuomo’s office announced Thursday. Read more here.
Long Beachers will be able to grab an Asiago Roast Beef sandwich or sit down with an Fuji Apple Chicken salad at the new Panera Bread restaurant that is set to open next Monday at the King Kullen plaza in Island Park, just over the Long Beach Bridge. Read more here.
Linda M. Oliva, Esq. has been named one of Long Island’s Top 50 Most Influential Women in Business by the Long Island Business News, for her contributions to the economy and community. Read more here.
Nassau Community College has been included in G.I. Jobs Magazine's 2014 list of “Military Friendly Schools.” The list "honors the top 20 percent of schools that are doing the most to embrace America's military students and ensure their success on campus," according to the G.I. Jobs Magazine website. Read more here.
The vacant former All State office on Jericho Turnpike in Garden City Park is set to reopen as a small local pharmacy. The office located at 2226 Jericho Turnpike, with its All State logo-laden awnings blacked-out, has been vacant for the past year. Read more here.