As always, we posted some jobs available locally. Here's a look at some of the top business stories from the past week:
Frat Brothers Building a 'Nest Egg' in East Meadow
Fraternity brothers turned business partners Dave Schutte, Chris Scheno, Chris O'Donnell and Arthur Frasca are about to celebrate a major milestone in East Meadow. Click here for more.
No Update on North Shore Farms' Opening Date
A spokesman for North Shore Farms said that there’s no update as to when the organic grocery store will open in North Bellmore. George M Tsiatis, the managing director of Group 113, LLC, told Patch that they’re still “in the permitting process, and they hope to have an update soon.” Click here for more.
A Long Island mom is redefining the term “healthy lunch.” From a commercial kitchen in Bethpage, Jennifer Ross and her team of are preparing and delivering nutritious lunches for adults and kids alike, through her company, Heart Beet Cafe. Click here for more.
Trader Joe's Drops Healthcare for Part-Timers
Trader Joe's, the grocer once lauded for providing health care coverage to its part-time workers, is about to push those employees off its plan. The company will stop covering employees who work less than 30 hours per week. Click here for more.