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Legislation passed to reduce toxic exposure Suffolk County

Suffolk County Legislator Steve Stern (D-Huntington) 16th LD applauds passage of his legislation establishing a "Safe and Sustainable Procurement Policy" that will require Suffolk County to consider public health and environmental considerations wh More...

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Schools/Sports

Daniel Street Elemantary in Lindenhurst holds blood drive

Lindenhurst's Daniel Street Elementary School hosted a blood drive, headed by the Compact Committee. Eighty-four people showed up to give blood. The fifth graders played nurse and helped give out juice and cookies. More...

South Bay students bring springtime to patients

Bringing some springtime beauty indoors to patients at Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center was the goal of the students at South Bay School in West Babylon when they created colorful floral paintings, under the supervision of art teacher Melinda More...

West Babylon student wins third place in County Executive's poster contest

Meghan Nash, a ninth grader at West Babylon Senior High School, was the third place winner in County Executive Steve's Levy anti-DWI poster contest. The contest was open to all Suffolk County High School students. More...

Events & Bulletin

Local couple celebrate 40th anniversary

Charles and Nellie Mora of North Babylon will celebrate their 40th anniversary on July 9th. And on July 13th, Nellie will celebrate her 66th birthday. More...

BVAC announces Babylon Bayfest to be held July 25

The Babylon Village Arts Council and the Babylon Rotary Club announce the third annual Babylon Bayfest to be held Wednesday, July 25, 6 to 10 p.m. at the Babylon Village Pool, rain or shine. More...

Babylon Village Chamber of Commerce golf outing

The Babylon Village Chamber of Commerce held their annual golf outing on June 11th. Winners for best male and female golfers were Ricardo and Monica Benavides of West Islip. They also own Don Ricardo's restaurant, located on E. More...

Opinion

Editorial

Independence Day is a time for renewal

Throughout history, American patriots sacrificed tremendously to keep the spirit and hope of The Great Experiment alive. More...

Public Commentary

Fairness Doctrine is unfair and violates free speech

Senator John Kerry joined other Democratic lawmakers in calling for the return of the Fairness Doctrine, which demands that television and radio broadcasters give a balanced presentation of all sides of controversial issues. More...

Public Commentary

Legacy of our forefathers is honor

Honor: A History is a book written by James Bowman that describes the loss of honor from the lexicon of 21st century American society. The author states, "Honor is stark and unrelenting" and "Americans do not like stark choices". More...

Suffolk edges out Nassau in Baseball All-Star Game

You'd expect the pitching staff of an all-star team to be flawless. For Suffolk County, those aspirations were true in this year's HIP Grand Slam Challenge at Citibank Part in Central Islip. For Nassau, County things didn't go so well. More...

Legislator D'Amaro calls attention to critical deadline for Ground Zero recovery participants to register for future benefits

Suffolk County Legislator Lou D'Amaro (D-North Babylon) would like to call the public's attention to an upcoming deadline for Ground Zero workers to register for future benefits. More...

 

People/Social

Daisy Troop 316 bridges over to Brownies

Daisy Troop 316 from Babylon bridged over to Brownies. Each girl earned all their petals by being good citizens, good friends and good members of the community. A bridging ceremony was held in June at the Babylon Elementary School. More...

Babylon Library dedicates computer station

On Sunday, June 10, the Babylon Public Library held a ceremony dedicating a computer station in its media department in memory of Salvatore P. Bracco. More...

Local student selected for National Society of High School Scholars

The National Society of High School Scholars (NSHSS) recently announced that Babylon Junior Senior High School student Steven K. Logan from Babylon has been selected for membership. More...

Columnists - Free Access

Heard It On The Grapevine

THEY WALKED FOR CANCER. A large group of ladies, among them breast cancer survivors held a two-day run to raise money for breast cancer last weekend at Smith Point Park. More...

Pets, Pets, Pets

There's a Native American saying: "God made the earth, the sky and the water, the moon and the sun. He made man and bird and beast. But He didn't make the dog. More...

Obituaries

Margaret Hansen; lifelong Amityville resident

Lifetime Amityville resident, Margaret F. Hansen died June 17, 2007 at Ross Health Care Center in Brentwood. She was 91 years old and spent her life loving and caring for her family. More...

Jimmy Delano; veteran and longtime W.I. resident

West Islip resident and family man Attilio "Jimmy" Delano died June 10, 2007. He was 83 years old and had lived in West Islip for 44 years. Born in Manhattan, he was a proud United States Army veteran who served during World War II. More...

Eleanor MacElwee Tuttle; actress, writer, teacher

Eleanor MacElwee Tuttle, a creative soul who was raised in Babylon, died March 27, 2007 in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts. She was 87 years old. More...

Legals - Free Access

PUBLIC NOTICES

NOTICE OF SALE SUPREME COURT: COUNTY OF SUFFOLK - OPTION ONE MORTGAGE CORPORATION, Plaintiff, AGAINST PEARL BROWN, ET AL., Defendant(s). More...













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