Business

Home Business

Peconic Bay Medical Center adds to its leadership team with a brand new post: vice president for clinical transformation

by
PBMC's vice president for clinical transformation is a newly created position to oversee the development of advanced clinical services at the hospital, which has tapped the former president of Mount Sinai Beth Israel Hospital to fill it.

Merger of Suffolk County National Bank with People’s United approved by Federal Reserve Board; deal cleared to close

by
The merger is expected to be consummated quickly, but must wait until at least March 31, according to the order issued yesterday by the Federal Reserve Bank Board of Governors.

J. Kings donates 20,000 feet of warehouse space to Island Harvest Food Bank

by
Island Harvest Food Distribution, Long Island's largest hunger relief agency on Long Island will have an easier time distributing fresh foods and vegetables to the East End after receiving a 20 year no cost least of warehouse space from J. Kings Food Service.

Electricians recruit apprentices

by
The Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee for the Electrical Industry of Nassau and Suffolk Counties will conduct a recruitment from April 5 through Sept. 20 for 28 electrician apprentices, one electrician (house or residential) apprentices, and two electrical maintenance technician apprentices

Cucina 25, new pizzeria and restaurant, opens on West Main Street

by
Cucina 25 opened for business yesterday at 12 W. Main St., just west of Roanoke Avenue.

Operating engineers recruit apprentice

by
The Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee for Operating Engineers, Local Union #15, will conduct a recruitment from March 13 through March 24.

Suffolk Bancorp releases 4th quarter and 2016 year-end results

by
Suffolk Bancorp, the parent company of Suffolk County National Bank released its fourth quarter and 2016 year end results.

Merger of Suffolk County National Bank with People’s United is approved by federal regulators

by
The merger's approval by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency was announced by the Bridgeport-based People's United yesterday.

From North Fork classrooms to Kenya: Riverhead tech start-up, Brady Rymer will stream concert to schools across globe

by
After connecting students from dozens of schools around the world, a Riverhead tech start-up will bring a special piece of the North Fork straight to their classrooms this week with a live-streaming concert by Brady Rymer.

Postponed to Feb 15: Riverhead Chamber presents ‘Crash Course on Facebook Changes’

by
Riverhead Chamber of Commerce will hold its next Lunch and Learn meeting on Feb. 9 at Outerbanks Restaurant.