- The winners of the Easter egg roll contest at McPeak's Assisted Living were included in The Long Island Advance.
- Central Veterinary Associates' veterinarians cared for an injured yellow-crowned night heron that was shot in its wing. This was reported by Newsday, News 12, WCBS2,1010 WINS, Eyewitness News, News 4 New York and The Long Island Herald.
- Bob Williams, of Briscoe Protective Systems Inc. was interviewed by Security Systems News about the need for lower-level carbon monoxide detectors with digital displays to be hard wired into exisiting systems.
- The Port Times Record interviewed Dori Scofield of Save-A-Pet Animal Rescue and Adoption Center, Inc. about a bill sponsored by Suffolk County Legislator Jay Schneiderman that would impose stricter laws on the pet stores selling puppies born in "puppy mills."
- The teams from School-Business Partnerships of Long Island, Inc.'s (SBPLI) 15th Annual Long Island Regional FIRST Competition at Hofstra University that moved on to the national competition in St. Louis were featured in ThisWeek's Port Jefferson. In addition, Great Neck South High School robotics team leader John Motchkavitz was mentioned in Long Island Business News for being nominated in LIVE! with Kelly and Michael's Top Teacher Search Contest.
- Newsday mentioned Gershow Recycling's donation of the use of 30 vehicles in the Seventh Annual Chuck Varese Vehicle Extrication Tournament.
- Ben's Kosher Delicatessen Restaurant & Caterers was mentioned in Long Island Business News for its dedication to always serving Kosher food after denying rumors about retracting its Kosher certification.