The center includes an assisted reproductive technology laboratory that provides patients with IVF, egg and tissue freezing, and embryo banking capabilities.
LI company to buy Canadian firm for $40 million
The deal is the third acquisition in less than 12 months for Melville-based Comtech Telecommunications.
Loving the luxe life, with rents from $8,400
Encore Luxury Living, with rents as high as $13,500, is the newest entry on Long Island's concierge apartment landscape.
LI skin-care company seeks to expand
To accommodate increased sales, Topiderm wants to rent a 46,665-square-foot Melville warehouse.
College sports complex gets a new name
Suffolk Federal Credit Union is unveiling signage and branding around its naming rights deal at Suffolk County Community College's sports center.
Tips for success on your own No Spend Challenge
Four ways to stay inspired and accountable while you're saving all that money.
LI group pitches projects to vie for NY funds
Proposals from Long Island aim to make job training more available to veterans and people with disabilities.
Execs: Millions in LI projects stalled by National Grid's gas moratorium
National Grid's moratorium on new natural gas hookups is costing Long Island investment and jobs, business owners say.
LI firm fielding 240 calls a week for anti-vaping device
Concern about the vaping epidemic among teens has fueled interest in Soter Technologies' vape detection units, its CEO said.
Missing minks: Owners in the cold after furrier's death
Dozens of customers have not retrieved their fur coats from an Oceanside retailer after the owner died and their furs were removed.
LI jobless rate moves up for third straight month
The rate is still at historic lows, but the recent increases could mark an "inflection point" for the local employment market, a Labor Department analyst said.