.
News Alert
Fire Rips Through Setauket Home

Adopted Dog Still Missing, Planned Jewish Center Reduces Size Top the Week in News

A look at the week in news in Three Village.

Gilly Hicks to Shutter Mall Location Next Month

Intimate apparel retailer Gilly Hicks will be shuttering all stores by early next year, including its location in the Smith Haven Mall.

Owned by Abercrombie & Fitch, the chain was intended to compete with stores like Victoria’s Secret and Aerie. According to a statement, the first store was opened in 2008. There are about 20 locations in the United States.

Town Board Approves Zoning Change To Allow For Chick-fil-A
The Town of Brookhaven voted unanimously to approve a zoning change that would allow developers to build a Chick-fil-A fast food restaurant at the former car dealership on Route 347 near Terryville Road. 

The developers first went to the Port Jefferson Station-Terryville Civic Association to inform the community of their projected plans. Director and Resturant Developer for Chick-fil-A, Scott Thigpen, told residents the plans are to build a quality establishment that will offer meals with the best chicken in town. 

Animal Rescue Group Seeks to Help Injured Dog

Hope, a stray dog who needs help, is suffering from an injury called cherry eye, and if left untreated, she could go blind.

Nesconset based animal rescue group, N.Y. Bully Crew, is trying to make sure that doesn’t happen by raising funds for the surgery she needs to correct her damaged eye.

Nisen 347 Opens Near Smith Haven Mall
Sushi lovers can enjoy two stories of sushi in the Smithtown area on Thursday night with the opening of Nisen 347, located at the intersection of Middle Country Road and Route 347. 

Newly Adopted Dog Still Missing, Possibly In Setauket
Last week a recently adopted dog, Marcy, hopped through the fence of her new home and got lost in the woods somewhere in Port Jefferson Village. Since then, numerous volunteers have been searching the area day and night looking for her. 

Size Reduction in Proposed Stony Brook Chabad Center

A planned two-story synagogue in Stony Brook has made modifications to its plans including reducing the size to one-story.

The Merrin Chabad Center went before the Town of Brookhaven’s planning board earlier this month to request the modification. Plans were approved for the building in Sept. 2010.

Listen: Stony Brook Alma Mater Gets a Beatbox Makeover
Maybe you've hear the Stony Brook Alma Mater played at halftime at home games or on graduation day, but we're pretty sure you've never heard this much hipper redo. Check out the original here and compare. 

Boards

More »
Got a question? Something on your mind? Talk to your community, directly.
Note Article
Just a short thought to get the word out quickly about anything in your neighborhood.
Share something with your neighbors.What's on your mind?What's on your mind?Make an announcement, speak your mind, or sell somethingPost something