Florists in Bethpage, NY
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Bethpage Flower Shops
584 Stewart Ave
Bethpage, NY 11714
Bethpage NY News
Jun 2, 2017
King Kullen Expands Its Shop OnLine Delivery Service
Online grocery shopping with delivery or pickup service is available to more than 120 nearby Long Island towns and villages.Bethpage, NY (PRWEB) May 31, 2017 King Kullen has recently expanded its Shop OnLine delivery service, now offering online grocery shopping with delivery to nearly all of Nassau County, many parts of Suffolk County, and select areas of Queens. Pickup service is available at the Bay Shore, Bridgehampton, Garden City Park and Island Park store locations. King Kullen's Shop OnLine program makes grocery shopping easy and convenient. Trained personal shoppers choose the freshest perishables and quality grocery items for customers who have ordered groceries online. This personalized service is available to customers in many parts of Long Island and several neighborhoods in Queens. King Kullen's Shop OnLine allows customers to place a grocery order as far out as two weeks, or with as little as four hours' notice. Joseph W. Brown, King Kullen's Senior Vice President of Sales and Merchandising, commented that it is rare to find a same-day grocery delivery service on Long Island, let alone one...Nov 24, 2016
LIU Post Pioneers Athletics Site
Flowers and the Pioneers return to action Saturday (Nov. 12), when they host Assumption College in the 2016 Northeast-10 Conference Championship at Bethpage Federal Credit Union Stadium in Brookville, N.Y. Kickoff is set for noon.
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Officials Say Driver Was Drunk in Long Island Limousine Crash That Killed Four
Ms. Miller said. Mr. Romeo pleaded not guilty.
She said the driver of the limousine, Carlos Pino, 58, of Bethpage, N.Y., would not be charged. He was also injured in the crash.
Map Fatal Crash
The Long Island counties of Suffolk and Nassau, densely populated and crisscrossed by roads that teem with summertime visitors, regularly lead the state in alcohol-related crashes and fatalities. For police officers and prosecutors here, sunny weekends are often punctuated by grisly roadside scenes.
In 2013, the two counties accounted for the largest percentage — 7.3 percent and 14.2 percent — of alcohol-related fatalities on New York State roads, according to state data. In 2013, 52 people died in such crashes in Suffolk County and 27 died in Nassau County.
The crash on Saturday came less than a week after three members of a Queens family died in a fiery collision in Suffolk County. Prosecutors said a man, Oneil Sharpe Jr., 23, plowed into the family’s car on the Southern State Parkway while driving drunk and then fled the scene.
Two children, 4 and 8, along with their father, Ancio Ostane of St. Albans, Queens, were killed. Their mother survived. Mr. Sharpe was arrested several hours later.
Outside the hospital on Sunday, Mr. Romeo’s lawyer, Daniel O’Brien, denied that his client was intoxicated and declined to comment on where Mr. Romeo had been before the collision, saying only, “That’s got to be developed.”
The limousine had been carrying a bride-to-be and seven of her friends, who were celebrating her upcoming wedding, Ms. Miller said.
The group had just left Vineyard 48, a winery on Route 48 in Cutchogue, heading a short distance east before trying to turn around at Depot Lane. The pickup truck, occupied only by Mr. Romeo, was heading west along Route 48.
The group was made up of six women from Suffolk County, one from Brooklyn and another from Scarsdale, N.Y., the authorities said. The bride-to-be was one of the four passengers who survived the crash, Ms. Miller said.
Steve Romeo in 2010.
The four who died were identified as Brittney M. Schulman, 23, and Lauren Baruch, 24, of Smithtown; Stephanie Belli, 23, of Kings Park; and Amy R. Grabina, 23, of Commack. (The authorities originally rendered Ms. Schulman’s first name as Brittany.)
The authorities identified the other women as Joelle Dimonte, 25, of Elwood; Melissa Angela Crai, 23, of Scarsdale; Alicia Arundel, 24, of Setauket; and Olga Lipets, 24, of Brooklyn.
“Amy was a firecracker,” said Amanda Corrado, 22, who grew close to Ms. Grabina at Camp Lohikan in the Poconos. “She’d walk into a room and everyone would seem to know her somehow. She was just so outgoing and funny.”
Three of the women who died, Ms. Baruch, Ms. Schulman and Ms. Belli, had been friends since elementary school, their former teacher in Smithtown, Roni Cohen, said in a brief telephone interview. Ms. Schulm... (New York Times)May 20, 2015
Hamill: 1-800-Flowers CEO hails teacher who dared him to 'think outside the box'
Owen Austin of Brooklyn works with the Big Bear arrangement at 1-800 Flowers Design Center in Bethpage, NY. McCann's business decisions saw his company grow exponentially.
“Ted called me and asked if I would stay,” McCann says. “I said I would.”
Turner kept running McCann’s flower ads to fill all the gaps left by war-frightened sponsors.
“I got national exposure, and by the time the war was over, 1-800-Flowers was a huge national brand,” McCann says.
Suddenly, Jim McCann, with a degree from John Jay College, no longer had to sling cocktails, flip houses or do social work.
“Blanche Cook will be sitting with me and my family on Tuesday night at John Jay’s 50th anniversary when I thank her for making me think outside the box,” says McCann.
And for helping to make Jim McCann’s life come up roses.
(New York Daily News)