Florists in Commack, NY
Find local Commack, New York florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Commack and surrounding areas. Choose from roses, lilies, tulips, orchids, carnations and more from the variety of flower arrangements in a vase, container or basket. Place your flower delivery order online of call.
Commack Flower Shops
2077 Jericho Tpke
Commack, NY 11725
203 Commack Rd
Commack, NY 11725
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Jun 2, 2017
King Kullen Expands Its Shop OnLine Delivery Service
The Bay Shore King Kullen now offers delivery to Amityville, Babylon, Bay Shore, Bellmore, Brentwood, Brightwaters, Commack, Copiague, Deer Park, East Islip, East Massapequa, Farmingdale, Islip, Islip Terrace, Lindenhurst, Massapequa, Massapequa Park, Merrick, North Bellmore, North Great River, North Massapequa, North Merrick, North Wantagh, Oakdale, Plainedge, Seaford, Wantagh, West Babylon, West Islip, West Sayville, Wheatley Heights and Wyandanch. The Bridgehampton King Kullen is delivering to Amagansett, Bridgehampton, East Hampton, Hampton Bays, North Haven, North Sea, Northwest Harbor, Noyack, Sag Harbor, Sagaponack, Shinnecock Hills, Southampton, Springs, Tuckahoe, Wainscott and Watermill.The Garden City Park King Kullen delivers groceries to Albertson, Baxter Estates, Bellerose, Bellerose Terrace, Brookville, Carle Place, Douglaston, East Hills, East Norwich, Elmont, Floral Park, Flower Hill, Franklin Square, Garden City, Garden City Park, Great Neck, Great Neck Estates, Great Neck Gardens, Great Neck Plaza, Greenvale, Harbor Hills, Hempstead, Herricks, Hicksville, Jericho, Kensington, Kings Point, Lake Success, Lakeville Estates, Little Neck, Manhasset, Manhasset Hills, Manor Haven, Mineola, Munsey Park, Muttontown, New Cassel, New Hyde Park, North Hills, North New Hyde Park, Old Westbury, Plainview, Plandome, Plandome Heights, Plandome Manor, Port Washington, Queens Village, Roslyn, Roslyn Harbor, Roslyn Heights, Russell Gardens, Saddle Rock, Saddle Rock Estates, Salisbury, Sands Point, Searingtown, South Hempstead, Syosset, Thomaston, Uniondale, Upper Brookville, Westbury, West Hills, Willison Park and Woodbury. The Island Park King Kullen delivers to Arverne, Atlantic Beach, Baldwin, Barnum Island, Bay Park, Bayswater, Cedarhurst, East Atlantic Beach, East Rockaway, Edgemere, Far Rockaway, Freeport, Harbor Isle, Hewlett, Hewlett Bay Park, Hewlett Harbor, Hewlett Neck, Inwood, Island Park, Lawrence, Lido Beach, Long Beach, Lynbrook, Malverne, North Lynbrook, Oceanside, Point Lookout, Rockville Centre, Roosevelt, Saddle Ridge, South Valley Stream, Valley Stream, Wave Crest, Woodmere, Woodmere Park and Woodsburgh.Spending time on Fire Island this summer? King Kullen is delivering to Fire Island communities once again! Who wan...Feb 2, 2016
Broadway Mall shows off face-lift; Chick-fil-A coming soon
The mall location is among at least three that the Atlanta-based fast-food chain plans on Long Island, including Port Jefferson Station and Commack. The Port Jefferson Station location, the Island’s first Chick-fil-A, opened in October.
“Investing in Broadway Mall is an investment into the strong community of Hicksville,” said Gary Karl, executive vice president of El Segundo, California-based Pacific Retail Capital Partners, which oversees the mall.
Pacific Retail did not disclose the cost of the renovations.
Last year, Noodles & Company, Blaze Pizza and Blink Fitness opened in the mall.
“The renovations and added amenities will provide an improved experience, while the fresh dining venues and fitness center should be well-received by local individuals and families seeking affordable and convenient solutions to staying healthy,” Karl said in a statement.
The mall events will start with a ribbon-cutting on Friday at 5 p.m. and live entertainment through 7 p.m. On Saturday from noon to 5 p.m. there will be face painting, a stilt walker, clowns, balloon twisters and costumed characters, including Anna, Elsa and Olaf from “Frozen.”
... (Newsday)Feb 2, 2016
Driver Charged in Fatal Limousine Crash on Long Island Left Scene, Prosecutor Says
The four who died were Brittney M. Schulman, 23, and Lauren Baruch, 24, of Smithtown; Stephanie Belli, 23, of Kings Park; and Amy R. Grabina, 23, of Commack.
Ms. Grabina’s funeral is on Tuesday at noon at Gutterman’s funeral home in Woodbury; Ms. Baruch’s funeral Mass is on Wednesday at 11:30 a.m. at St. Joseph’s Church in Kings Park; and Ms. Schulman’s funeral Mass is on Thursday at St. Joseph’s at 10:30 a.m., following Wednesday visiting hours at Branch Funeral Home in Smithtown.
Mr. Romeo, a co-owner of a boatyard, on Sunday pleaded not guilty from his hospital bed to the charge of driving while intoxicated.
The crash site is a flat straightaway with clear sight lines. But, Mr. Spota said, “The limo driver has told us that he did not see any vehicle headed in the westbound lanes.”
Under state law, if Mr. Romeo was intoxicated, and if that caused or worsened the severity of the accident, he could be charged with vehicular manslaughter even if the limousine driver was negligent in turning into his path.
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“Contributory negligence is not a defense to the recklessness,” said Joseph Petrosino, a former head prosecutor of vehicular crimes at the Brooklyn district attorney’s office.
Maureen McCormick, the head prosecutor for vehicular crimes in Nassau County, said that Suffolk investigators would conduct “a very careful and nuanced collision reconstruction” to try to determine if a sober driver could have slowed in time to prevent the deaths.
“Any change in the ability to perceive and react would change the outcome of this collision,” she said.
She added that even if Mr. Pino, the limousine driver, had turned into Mr. Romeo’s path, it would be “extraordinarily difficult” to charge him with anything beyond a moving violation.
The crash site, where Depot Lane intersects Route 48 near Vineyard 48, is a spot where limousines making U-turns often obstruct traffic, the authorities said.
U-turns are legal there, but Mr. Spota said limousines that are too long to make the turn easily can sometimes block the westbound lanes as they back up and straighten out, though he said Mr. Pino had not done that.
During the busy season, officers write about 10 tickets a month to limousine drivers at the intersection, said Martin Flatley, the police chief of Southold, which includes Cutchogue.
(New York Times)Jan 8, 2016
Officials Say Driver Was Drunk in Long Island Limousine Crash That Killed Four
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. Schulman’s mother works at the school.
“I knew that Brittney was a bridesmaid because her mom would tell me,” she said. “We heard all the happy things that were going on.”
The road where the crash occurred is dotted with vineyards in a part of Long Island where tourists frequently travel in limousines as part of winery tours.
On Sunday, a pot of purple flowers, several plastic-wrapped bouquets and a crumpled length of yellow caution tape lay tangled in the parched grass at the intersection of Route 48 and Depot Lane. The crossing, governed by flashing yellow lights overhead that warn drivers to slow down and exercise caution, is busy with drivers turning in and out of Depot Lane and cars — and a few party buses and limousines — making U-turns on Route 48.
A few hundred feet from the intersection on Sunday, Vineyard 48 welcomed groups of revel... (New York Times)