Good Morning
Good Morning

Snow, Einstein and the whole week

In Roosevelt, the first snow of 2011 was

In Roosevelt, the first snow of 2011 was not the punch forecasters predicted but there was a significant amount of snow Wednesday at Rev. Arthur Mackey Sr. Park. Credit: J. Conrad Williams Jr.

Here is a look at eight stories that drew attention on the blog this week:

-- Fresh snow rekindled the snow-day vs. payless-day discussion.

-- The tax e-filing season has begun for some people, so -- watch out!

-- A Long Island costume company is suing an Israeli college over the right to sell an Albert Einstein disguise kit.

-- A real estate broker group is looking to get some political sway.

-- The DSW shopping center in Lake Grove was sold – for $48 million.

-- The iPhone is coming to Verizon. Answer a poll on what you’re going to do about that!

-- A Ronkonkoma defense firm announced a merger with another company upstate, doubling its size and shedding its officers.

-- A Riverhead official crashed the announcement of a high-tech alliance this week, asking to join in.

Or just look through Inside Long Island Business  and find your favorites.

More news