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October 6th AAUW branch meeting

The American Association of University Women (AAUW), Islip Area Branch, will join with the NAACP at the Bay Shore/Brightwaters Library, Wednesday, October 6, 7:30 p.m. More...

Events & Bulletin

The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week

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Sweeney announces new borrowing privileges from New York State library

Assemblyman Bob Sweeney has announced that the New York State Library is expanding free borrowing privileges to all New York State residents 18 and older. More...

Former Lindenhurst school teacher to hold booksigning in Huntington

What comprises an inheritance? Accomplished author Jack Bilello, a resident of Massapequa, delves into that question in his new book I Still Love Joni James, which he will speak about Wednesday, September 29 at the Book Review, 313 New York Ave. More...



Kudos to the BBS

Congratulations to the Babylon Beautification Society and its very successful Country Fair. Each year, this group and its volunteers seem to put on an event even better than the year before. More...

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This Manhattan business owner had a pointed view of the recent Republican National Convention held in that borough last month. And, he made his feelings known to customers and pedestrians in a New York minute. More...

Fair weather, great fair

Great weather and meticulous planning made the annual BBS Country Fair another huge success this year. Estimates are that approximately 30,000 people attended. More...

Police bag local stores for selling counterfeit accessories

Suffolk Police conducted a raid, shutting down two stores in Babylon Village that were selling large selections of "knockoff" pocketbooks, wallets, totes, hats and other items. More...



Murdock celebrates 45th anniversary with Good Sam Hospital

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Betsy Davison named educational administrator

By unanimous vote of the Session of The First Presbyterian Church of Babylon, Betsy Davison was named interim educational administrator of Babylon Christian School. More...

Babylon High School welcomes exchange student from Argentina

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Joseph F. Young, longtime

Babylon Village resident and yachtsman

Joseph F. Young died suddenly at his home on September 18, 2004 at the age of 80. A graduate of Bay Shore High School and Union College and resident of Babylon Village for over 50 years. More...

Barry Moskowitz, of Islip

Barry Moskowitz, of Islip, died August 17, 2004. He was 56 years old. More...

Stephen Strumph, of Bay Shore

Stephen Strumph, of Bay Shore, died August 17, 2004. He was 86 years old. More...

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