Business Beat: Weekly Roundup

Check out local business news from Patch communities across the region.

• Babylon Village Patch

Lavender & Lace Antiques and Girasole Salon will both head into 2013 with new locations to find their services as both stores prepare for moving soon. Read the story on Babylon Village Patch.

• Deer Park-North Babylon Patch

Spirit Halloween, a pop up holiday theme store, is temporarily open at the former Sears Appliances and Hardware location on the corner of Deer Park Avenue and Bay Shore Road in North Babylon. Read the story on Deer Park-North Babylon Patch. 

• Lindenhurst Patch

As it's done in years past the Lindenhurst Chamber of Commerce will be selling costumes donated by Diane's Dance Center in Lindenhurst at Oktoberfest, the annual event jointly presented by the Village of Lindenhurst and the Lindenhurst Rotary Club. Read the story on Lindenhurst Patch.

• Patchogue Patch

Dr. Adeel Iqbal of Glen Head is the physician at North Ocean Medical Group office at 152 North Ocean Avenue in Patchogue. The office recently held its grand opening this past summer. Iqbal talked with Patch about what it is like running his office. Read the story on Patchogue Patch.

• Sachem Patch

Friday marked the grand opening of the Future Tech Athletic Performance Center, located at 91-4 Colin Drive, right near Costco in Holbrook. Read the story on Sachem Patch.

• Sayville-Bayport Patch

The rebuild of Bayport's famed French restaurant Le Soir is in progress as workers are busy renovating the eatery, which was heavily damaged in a fire in mid-July. Read the story on Sayville-Bayport Patch.


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