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The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week:
FRIDAY, October 8
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The Long Island Board of Realtors(r), Inc.,(LIBOR) a non profit trade association comprised of 21,000 professional real estate professionals, has donated $10,000 to the Hurricane Disaster Relief Fund established by the Florida Association of Realtors More...

Meet the new owners of Emma's deli in N. Babylon

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The only scorecard that counts is on the front lines

The question of the week has been, who won the Presidential debates? More...

We continue to face another war on our roads

Four young people lost their lives at the hands of a drunk driver in Westbury. The funerals for three of the victims were last week. More...

Brunswick Hospital nurses settle 3-year contract

After ending a longstanding dispute in July that has put new owners into place at Brunswick Hospital Center, the hospital has now settled a contract with its 166 registered nurses. More...

People in the News

South Oaks Hospital supports Clubhouse Mental Illness Day

South Oaks Hospital recently made a generous $1,000 donation to help support Clubhouse of Suffolk More...



ALA News

Three generations

Pictured are three generations of members of American Legion Auxiliary, Babylon Unit 94. From left to right, are mother, Colleen Politowski; daughter, Gillan Politowski, junior member; grandmother, Debbie Horn and aunt, Erin Horn PP. More...

A step closer to a cure for breast cancer

Over two days, 230 men, women and children raised more than $290,000 in the 35-mile Pfizer 2004 Long Island walk to fight breast cancer. The walkers covered 20 miles on their first day, June 5, and did an additional 15 miles the second. More...

Babylon Village Historical Society features "Bottles of Yesteryear"

"What Have We Got Here?" is a new rotating exhibit now on view at the Babylon Village Historical Society, located at 117 West Main Street. More...


Obituary Notices

John Chernosky, West Babylon resident and World War II veteran

After almost causing a fender-bender, John EdwardChernosky disarmed the angry driver by complimenting him and saying, "Those were great evasive moves!" According to his family, "that was John" - always lifting the mood. More...

Peter DeRosa, World War II veteran, photographer and resident of West Islip

Peter A. DeRosa, a World War II veteran, photographer and resident of West Islip, died August 30, 2004 at the age of 92. More...

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