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Police locate missing woman in Seaford

Earlier today, Nassau County police were looking for a woman who went missing in Seaford during the late afternoon of Aug. 8. Trina Scannapieco, 42, had been seen driving a blue Honda CR-V, with a license plate HNU1950, on Neptune Avenue. She was wearing blue jean shorts, a floral top, black sandals and eyeglasses.
SEAFORD, NY
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20 Photos: Port Jefferson salon team featured at Hamptons Fashion Week

GreaterPortJeff coverage is funded in part by Toast Coffeehouse, now with four locations across Suffolk County. And, Toast of Port Jeff is moving to a new location. Click here to learn more. Port Jefferson hair salon owner Kristine Murillo and her team were responsible for glamming up the beautiful models...
PORT JEFFERSON, NY
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See How a Historical Fireplace Mantel Goes From Tired to Trendy

Welcome to DIY Diary. Each entry covers a new home improvement project. Here, interior designer Victoria Ninette tries stripping paint from an aged fireplace mantel. Living with her family in a 1930s Cape Cod–style home in Southampton, New York, is, in a word, “amazing,” says designer Victoria Ninette, founder Victoria Ninette Interior Design. But the living room’s fireplace? Not so much. “It was peeling, in the sense that the paint was literally peeling off,” Ninette says. “I was tired of looking at it.”
SOUTHAMPTON, NY
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New Bookstore Coming to Huntington

The Next Chapter is coming to Huntington. When the beloved bookstore, Book Revue, left the village, Mallory Braun sprung into action, creating a plan to revive the shop. She started a Kickstarter campaign to raise $250,000 to help. The response was overwhelming and she blew through that goal. Her current fundraising stands at $257,631 from 2,216 backers.
HUNTINGTON, NY
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Look inside: LaLa’s Lounge brings Fire Island vibe to Bay Shore

The revamped Swept Away — now bearing the name LaLa’s Lounge — is just off the beaten path of downtown Bay Shore. Once found, the Bayview Avenue restaurant is a taste of paradise for those who wisely choose to stick around. LaLa’s Lounge is the latest restaurant...
BAY SHORE, NY

Laurel Tavern

Come to Laurel Tavern any weekday after 4:30pm and you’ll find every type of after-work drinks situation going down. Studio coworkers bitching about how awful their managers are, roommates unraveling about their dating lives, and solo commuters grabbing a beer while traffic on Laurel Canyon dies down. Prices are reasonable—especially during their daily Happy Hour from 3-6pm when beer is $5 and select cocktails and wine are $8—and the bar food is all extremely solid. The Laurel Burger, which comes with a thick, medium beef patty and topped with honey mustard, onions, pickles, and cheddar, is worth pulling over for regardless if there’s traffic or not.
LAUREL, NY
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Nappi’s Nook Opens in Nesconset

Getting high praise for its service and food, Nappi’s Nook is the newest spot for brunch in Nesconset. The menu is loaded with savory dishes like their Avo BST omelet, which is avocado, bacon, spinach, tomato, and cheddar cheese ($16.50), the Nappi Frittata, with sweet Italian sausage, roasted peppers, caramelized onions, mozzarella, and basil drizzle ($16.50), the San Fran, made from plant-based eggs, vegan mozzarella, avocado, roasted peppers, homefries, and multigrain panini ($16), and the staff favorite Poor Man Steak & Egg, made with brisket, short rib, chuck burger, egg, bacon, cheese, and shrimp hash ($19).
NESCONSET, NY
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