“The company is … looking to open more overseas offices, particularly in the Pacific-Asia region, even though much counterfeiting takes place there,” says John D’Addario III.
All eyes — from the outside golf world and also those of Long Islanders — will once again be on Tiger Woods, the current betting favorite and winner of the 2002 U.S. Open held at Bethpage Black.
It’s safe to say most Long Islanders are familiar with Long Island Iced Tea, but they’re likely not as acquainted with its not-so-distant Southern cousin, The Georgia Special, at Charlotte's Speakeasy.
There’s truly no shortage of reasons to spend some quality time in Farmingdale, whether for food, fun, furniture, or higher education
A rookie U.S. Customs and Border Protection agent from Farmingdale has been accused of trying to help drug smugglers get more than 100 pounds of cocaine passed security at John F. Kennedy International Airport.