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WISD among top schools in Country

The West Islip School District has been rated one of the top public school districts in the United States by Expansion Management Magazine's Education Quotient. More...

Lindenhurst Village Board passes resolutions

At a recent Lindenhurst Village Board meeting, the following resolutions were passed and announcements made: +The board accepted the retirement letter from DPW employee Anthony Poldino; +Lipsky Construction was awarded a bid for $4,425 for the in More...

ALA News

On Sunday, June 3, the members of Babylon Unit 94 will hold their annual installation of officers at the Babylon 94 American Legion Post, 22 Grove Pl., Babylon, beginning at 3 p.m. More...

Suffolk Hospital Council eases Insurance process and opens dedicated office

Long Island's children represent 17.5 percent of the uninsured on Long Island. More...

Special Sections

Schools/Sports

Babylon recently held Lip Sync Program

Babylon K-6 PTA recently held its Annual Evening of Lip Sync Program on March 29. The children dressed up and performed their favorite songs while lip syncing. More...

Author is Holocaust survivor

For nearly one hour, the student body of Beach Street Middle School in West Islip sat silently as author Marion Blumenthal Lazan talked about her personal experiences in Germany during World War II, tying her firsthand accounts to a strong anti-bia More...

West Babylon Girl Scout joins the 1,000 Club

West Babylon's South Bay School fifth grader Sarah Doyle was featured on the cover of the March 2007 issue of Happenings, the official magazine of Girl Scouts of Suffolk County. More...

Library

This week at the library

Babylon, 24 S. Carll Ave 669-1624 +Nostalgia Days: Sunday, June 3 from 2-3:15 p.m. +Computer 1st Grade for Grownups: Monday, June 4. Call for time. $10 pp fee. +Long Term Care Info: Tuesday, June 5 from 7-8:30 p.m. More...

Events & Bulletin

Historical Society hosts local south shore watercolorist

About 200 community members viewed the south shore watercolor scenes painted by Kathy Herzy at the Babylon Village Historical Society building. More...

Breast Cancer seminar at West Babylon Library

Suffolk County Legislator Wayne R. Horsley, in conjunction with County Executive Steve Levy and the Office of Women's Services hosted a free breast cancer seminar at the West Babylon Library. Dr. Stephen H. More...

Teacher honored by LSD

Lindenhurst's Alleghany Avenue teacher Susan Allar received a special recognition from the Board of Education for her years of service and dedication. More...

Legals - Free Access

PUBLIC NOTICES

NOTICE OF SALE SUPREME COURT: SUFFOLK           COUNTY AURORA   LOAN   SERVICES,             LLC. More...

West Islip resident named NYS Volunteer Fireman of the Year

West Islip Fire Department Captain Al Cinotti was named New York State Volunteer Firefighter of the Year this week for his heroic rescue of a man and his pet from a fire in 2006. "What you did that day was the stuff of movies. More...

West Islip Board of Ed praises new enrichment program

At a recent Board of Education meeting, the West Islip Board of Education publicly praised the students and teachers participating in the district's new WISE (West Islip Schoolwide Enrichment) Program, led by Vivian Hollinger and Judith Schwartz. More...

Good Samaritan Nursing Home Chef places among best at cooking show

Good Samaritan Nursing Home's Head Chef Dan Erwin of Patchogue recently participated in the J. Kings Food Service Professionals Food Show held at Hofstra University. Dan came in first place in the health care category and second place overall. More...

MADD's Strides for Change to combat drunk driving

Organization to hold event at Farmingdale State College Sun., June 3

When people comment on the recent family photos in Celia Strow's home, she smiles. In her heart, however, there is pain. Not pictured is Strow's daughter, Janice Robin, who was killed by a drunk driver just blocks from her home on Nov. 13, 1980. More...

 

People/Social

Babylon Art Council announces winners of its annual photography competition

Photographers from all across Long Island were invited to enter the Babylon Art Council's 4th annual Photography Competition and Show, which took place the week of April 23. The show was held in the Greenley Library of Farmingdale State College. More...

Babylon resident honored at Italian American Museum

Babylon resident, Saverio Giarrusso was honored at the sixth annual fundraising gala for the Italian American Museum at Cipriani Wall Street. Giarrusso is president of M&T Bank. CEO and President of Morano Enterprises, Vincent A. More...

Babylon Christian School participates in Long Island annual Spelling Bee

Babylon Christian School's fifth grade team participated in the Long Island Fellowship of Christian Schools (LIFCS) annual Spelling Bee held on March 8. More...

Columnists - Free Access

Pets, Pets, Pets

Spider Man! Shrek! Designing cat costumes is easier said than done. Since every product from cereal to cheeseburgers has merchandising tie-ins with the latest box office hit, shelter cats also should cash in on Hollywood's hottest. More...

Obituaries

Deacon John Lee, longtime Amityville resident

Deacon John Henry Lee, who dedicated himself to his church and his beloved family, died April 19, 2007 at New Island Hospital in Bethpage. He was 86 years old. More...

Edith Giffen , resident of North Babylon:

Longtime Babylon resident and loving mother Edith Giffen died March 8, 2007 at Raleigh, North Carolina. She was 83 years old and spent her life caring for her family and home. More...

Opinion

America's patriotism endures

The faces of the young men in uniform that appeared in last week's edition stand as a testament to the pride with which they served their country, and the pride their families privately nurtured over the decades that followed. More...

DRAWING CONCLUSIONS

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Village should enhance enforcement at train station

Dear Editor:

The Village of Babylon has no problem collecting money from parking at the railroad, yet it appears it cares less about what happens to vehicles while parked there. More...

Poll

Was the the beheading of a woman in Moore, Oklahoma on Fri., Sept. 26 an act of terrorism on American soil, or an isolated incident involving a mentally deranged individual acting alone?












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