Adventureland, the longest-running amusement park on Long Island, will reopen this spring after a year-long, pandemic-induced shutdown, said co-owner Steven Gentile.
A Farmingdale man has become the fourth Long Islander arrested for allegedly joining the U.S. Capitol building riot, which left five dead, including a police officer, federal prosecutors said.
Long Island entertainment industry leaders renewed Friday their push for Congress to pass legislation that would bail out businesses struggling to bounce back after being shut down due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The American Airpower Museum in Farmingdale will host a special Veterans Day program on Saturday honoring Long Island veterans with vintage military aircraft performing precision flyovers.
Months after Farmingdale-based musical instrument maker D’Addario & Co., Inc. converted its drum-making facility to make face shields amid rising demand for PPE at the peak of the coronavirus pandemic, the company is getting a boost.
An online petition is calling on New York State to allow Adventureland Amusement Park to reopen from the coronavirus shutdown after the Farmingdale business was bumped from phase four of the state's reopening plan.
Corner Office: Transparency with plexiglass partitions is in and water coolers are out as offices are being re-imagined amid the coronavirus pandemic, says Varun Bansal, CEO of RJV Office and officefurnitureshop.com in Farmingdale.
Epitomizing how eateries have adapted to continue serving customers despite a menu of difficult New York State-issued mandates is Taste of Asia, an authentic region-specific Asian fusion restaurant with locations in Farmingdale, Huntington, and Sayville.
The American Airpower Museum’s celebration marking the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II will take flight over Farmingdale on Labor Day weekend.