Here’s a look at some of the top business stories that made headlines this past week in and around your community
Cramped and kinked residents will soon have a new place to get a massage with the soon to be opened Hand and Stone Facial Spa in Stony Brook. The spa, which specializes in all phases of massage therapy, skin care and full body waxing, is slated to open around Thanksgiving.
Bayport Bread Maker Mulls Potential Move to Reduce Tax Burden
Wenner Bread in Bayport is entertaining an offer to relocate out of state that will mean less taxes and lower operating costs. It’s already received some tax breaks from town and county agencies on Long Island but it may not be enough incentive to stay on Long Island.
Now that the town planning board has okayed the final covenants and restrictions a Bayport resident is eager to get his new business up and running and hopes to have the final project requirements, including county health and architectural work, completed by year’s end.
Air Trampoline Sports, the trampoline park that opened in Ronkonkoma in September, is adding fitness classes to its mix of jumping, dodgeball and volleyball. According to the park'sFacebook Page, their "Airobics" classes with Team Extreme are Tuesday's and Thursdays starting this week, taking place at 10 a.m.-11 a.m., 5 p.m.-6 p.m. and junior classes 4 p.m.-5 p.m.
Frank Mills, co-owner of Harbor Crab Company Restaurant and Marina in Patchogue, thought that his restaurant might be robbed when he received a call Thursday morning stating that the front window of his restaurant was smashed.
Upon arrival from his home in Blue Point, he discovered the intruder to be a deer that was being held captive by two of his employees, who according to a Newsday report, had to wrestle the animal to the ground and tie it with an electrical cord.