September 11, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

Wild by Nature opens in West Islip Aug. 22

Wild by Nature, a full-size, full-service natural food marketplace, has opened a 22,000-square-foot store at 478A Union Boulevard in West Islip, New York. The opening was celebrated on Fri., Aug. More...

Living a full,flavorful life

( NAPSI)— Being diagnosed with diabetes doesn’t mean your life needs to lack flavor. While it’s important to pay attention to what you eat, there’s no need to sacrifice the sweet. More...

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Schools/Sports

Running and Winning orients NBHS students to the political arena

This spring, 14 students from Diana Simulcki’s social studies classes at North Babylon High School had the opportunity to attend a comprehensive workshop hosted by the League of Women of Huntington Voters. More...

West Islip High School students travel to Antigua, Guatemala for a service trip

During the first week in July, 12 students and two teachers from West Islip High School traveled to Antigua, Guatemala for a service trip. The team volunteered with a Minnesota-based non-profit organization called Common Hope. More...

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Babylon News & Muse

•Have you seen the notice that the Babylon Movie Theatre has been closed, as of Sept. 7? This has been in the works for quite a while, perhaps since Bow Tie Cinemas bought the place. More...

Pets, Pets, Pets

Until recently scientists believed that only humans were capable of recognizing faces. Now a study from the University of Helsinki has demonstrated that dogs use this visual skill too when they look at images. More...

Hot Laps

The monster trucks were on the program at Riverhead Raceway on Aug. 30, 2014, but before they appeared, drivers in other divisions appeared to be making their cars into junk. More...

Opinion

Thirteen years later and we still face danger from terrorism

Thirteen years, a decade and three years. Those born 13 years ago are teenagers today; those who were 50 are now eligible for social security. More...

DRAWING CONCLUSIONS - by Kevin Eastwood

Full Story

Readers speak out about illegal immigration and amnesty

A recent online poll in this newspaper asked readers if President Barack Obama should grant amnesty to illegal immigrants through a presidential executive order. The results of the poll, which was open to readers online since Aug. 27 and 28, are in. More...

Babylon High School football eyes another championship season

Babylon High School has become synonymous with winning. The school boasts 19 consecutive Big Four championships, six Long Island Championships, backto back Rutgers trophies and a 24-game winning streak. More...

Manufacturing company moving from Hicksville to Deer Park with IDA support

The Babylon IDA closed on a long-term lease with Wesco Manufacturing Inc. saving the company $113,033 in real property tax abatements over the next 12 years. More...

North Shore Health System puts patients at theirfingertips

North Shore-LIJ Health System patients will soon have 24/7 access to their health information online. More...

Aging population puts a wrinkle into Long Island’s future

By the year 2040, the population in Nassau County is expected to increase by 8.7 percent, while Suffolk is expected to experience a 17 percent gain, according to statistics from the New York State Department of Health. More...

Fall WEEKEND EVENTS

Friday, September 12 •Dominican Village National Assisted Living week, Sports and Songs at 1 p.m. Dominical Village, 565 Albany Ave., Amityville. For information call 631-842-6091. More...

 

People/Social

American Legion grants awards to residents

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Raising awareness for those affected by lung cancer

S.C. Treasurer Angie Carpenter was pleased to be able to assist in raising awareness of World Lung Cancer Day. World Lung Cancer Day, which is celebrated Aug. More...

Babylon's Beautification Fair

The Babylon Village Beautification Society heold another successful Fair this weekend, attracting thousands to one of the most popular events on Long Island. More...

Library

At Your Library This Week

Babylon Library,24 S. Carll Ave. • 669-1624 •Blood Pressure Screening: Every Thursday, 1-3 p.m. No appt. needed. Bay Shore-Brightwaters Library, More...

Events & Bulletin

This week’s Calendar of Events

The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week: SUNDAY, September 14 More...

Hunting and fishing licenses available at Town Clerk’s Office

Town of Babylon Town Clerk Carol Quirk has announced that residents are now able to obtain hunting and fishing licenses from the Town Clerk’s Office at Town Hall between the hours of 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. on weekdays. More...

Babylon H.S. 50th reunion Sept. 14

The 1964 Babylon High School class 50th reunion will be held Sun., Sept. 14, 11 a.m. or so. The event will be a casual inexpensive gathering at Elsie Farrell Poucel’s home in West Islip. For those that cannot attend, the group will be Skyping. More...

Obituaries

Antonia H. McVeety of Amityville, mother of Babylon resident

Antonia McVeety was a woman who lived for the ones she loved the most. To her, family and friends were the most important things in her life, said her daughter. Antonia H. McVeety, a mother, grandmother and dear friend, died July 22, 2014. More...

Widowed Men and Women meeting September 15

St. Monica’s Guild of Suffolk for Widowed Men and Women will meet Mon., Sept. 15 at 1 p.m. at the West Islip Library, 3 Higbie Ln., West Islip. For information, call 631-581-0466. More...

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Public Notices -

Your right to know

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