When her community needed help, Elieen was there. TD Bank thanks Sayville Chamber President, Eileen Tyznar.
By Julianne Mosher Source Businesses across Long Island and throughout the United States are continuing to struggle in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic – especially small, or family-owned shops. Some have survived because of the federal Paycheck Protection Program. But the federal government this month released details surrounding a new program designed to offer […]
On Saturday, July 25th, the Greater Sayville Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon-cutting to welcome one of their newest businesses and Chamber member, the Main Street Diner! The Main Street Diner, owned by Marino Frangomihalos, is a newly renovated atmosphere with a delectable menu! Located at 229 West Main Street, they are open for indoor […]
While June’s biggest celebration, Pride Month, had some of its characteristic glitter and luster taken away due to the COVID-19 crisis, that did not stop the Transgender Resource Center of Long Island (TRCLI) from hosting a rainbow-extravaganza of a “Pride Ride,” where cars lined up, decked out in LGBTQ+ regalia. With members of both the […]
Thank you Suffolk County News for sharing! See below or click here. The Greater Sayville Chamber of Commerce put together a fundraiser for their Small Business Relief Fund in a three-evening, two shows a night, movie. The chamber hosted the first showing of the night held on Friday, June 26, which featured a short film […]
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo gave Long Island the green light to enter phase one of reopening Wednesday.
Long Island’s long-awaited reopening can’t happen soon enough for Sayville’s hard-hit downtown, community leaders said Tuesday.
By Jacqueline Sweet, Patch Staff SAYVILLE, NY — Drive-in theaters are staging a comeback in the time of the new coronavirus. The Greater Sayville Chamber of Commerce announced that they are planning a pop-up drive-in theater for this summer. The theater may open as early as June and will start as an event lasting one weekend, and will […]
It is with great regret that due to COVID-19 restrictions, our Memorial Day Parade has been cancelled.
Source Closures associated with COVID-19 are threatening the health of Long Island’s many downtowns and the livelihoods of those who own businesses and employ workers there. The renaissance of once-dormant downtowns has become increasingly important to municipalities that want to attract millennials, young families and retirees to areas with a transportation hub, retail and entertainment […]