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Sumner's Cleaners
100 Mineola Blvd, Mineola, NY 11501
Sumner's Cleaners is located on Mineola Boulevard at the corner of 2nd Street, immediately north of the bridge thatMore traverses the Long Island Rail Road Station. Drop-off cleaning is available as well as repairs and alterations.
Fox's Women's Apparel
80 Main St, Mineola, NY 11501
Fox's is a vast two-story women's clothing store that invites women in to look through its extensive selection ofMore quality clothing, shoes and accessories. It sells all the latest fashions. Part of a chain, it has many locations and yet still finds the time to pay close attention to the details that made the store great in the first place. It is located on Main Street near the Long Island Rail Road tracks.
Mineola Station
Mineola Blvd & Front St, Mineola, NY 11501
One of the busiest stops on the Long Island Rail Road, the Mineola train station is one of the central hubs of the MainMore Line of railroad track, as all trains from the Port Jefferson, Ronkonkoma, and Oyster Bay branches run through the station, as well as several from the Montauk branch. The original station house was built on the South side of the tracks in 1837 and razed in 1923. The station has since been remodeled several times, the most recent in 2001. The Metropolitan Transportation Agency (MTA) opened an Intermodal Center at the station in 2006, allowing for train-bus transfers. The facility also houses a large parking complex, which greatly expanded the limited amount of parking space at the station.
Corpus Christi School
120 Searing Ave, Mineola, NY 11501

For 88 years, Corpus Christi School has served the children of its eponymous parish, offering a Catholic educationMore all the way from nursery and pre-K through eighth grade. Originally staffed by the Sisters of St. Dominic, the brick-and-mortar school is actually two buildings - the original built in 1922 and a newer wing in 1953 - connected by a breezeway. The two-story structure is located at the very end of Searing Avenue's dead end, next to the Long Island Rail Road tracks.

The school has two free parking lots: one directly across from the front entrance and the other located in building's rear. A playground for younger students is also on the premises. The Diocese of Rockville Centre cited declining enrollment as the main reason for its decision to close the school after the 2009-10 school year.