In response to this summer’s Black Lives Matter protests and demonstrations, Schneps Media, under co-publisher Victoria Schneps, launched a campaign to put a voice to uncover systemic racism that exists for the Black and brown population in New York City.
Mark Jay Epstein, prominent Melville personal injury attorney and commuter advocate for the Long Island Rail Road, died of a heart attack on Thursday. He was 55.
Despite it signaling the end of summer break, hundreds of children were all smiles when they boarded school buses to Henry Schein, Inc.’s corporate headquarters in Melville for a Back To School party.
Exclusive: Investigators determined a human skull found in Ronkonkoma two years ago belongs to a man whose torso was discovered at a Melville landfill seven years prior, Suffolk County police told the Press. The victim is the son of a Pakistani actor.
Fortune magazine named Melville-based Henry Schein, Inc., to the publication’s ‘Change The World' list thanks to the company’s efforts to expand access to oral health care to underserved populations worldwide.
He made detecting cancer his life’s work, founded Melville-based Fonar Corporation and invented the Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) scanner in the 1970s.
Dime Community Bank held a ribbon-cutting ceremony this week to celebrate the grand opening of its new Melville branch — the bank’s first location on Long Island in nearly 40 years.