July 21, 2016 RSS feed / People/Social

Local military promotions and reenlistments...

Michael Pira, from West Babylon and serving with the 107th Military Police Company, is promoted to the rank of Private First Class.  Michael Avona, from Babylon and serving with the 145th Maintenance Company, is promoted to the rank of Specialis More...

Karl Dill completes Eagle Scout rank

The scouts, leaders and committee members of Boy Scout Troop 86 - Deer Park, announced that having completed the requirements for, and having been examined by an Eagle Scout Board of Review, Karl Dill, of Deer Park, was found worthy of the rank of Ea More...

North Babylon Board of Education holds reorganization meeting

On July 7, the North Babylon School District’s Board of Education held its annual reorganization meeting, during which newly elected board trustees Heather Rowland and Daniel Caroleo were welcomed. More...

Babylon Historical and Preservation Society awards circa board to 1801 house

An ongoing mission of the Babylon Village Historical and Preservation Society to identify buildings in the Village of historical significance. As part of this mission, a Circa Board was recently awarded to the 1801 House. More...

Helping Hands June summer drive a big success

The Helping Hands June summer drive was a big success. More...

Hofstra Law School honors female attorneys

In April, the Hofstra Law School honored a number of female attorneys for their work on Long Island. Included in the group were Victoria Gumbs Moore of Wheatley Heights and Madeline Singas, who was the keynote speaker at the event.   More...

Community Presbyterian Church feeds the hungry on Long Island

The Community Presbyterian Church of Deer Park’s Peanut Butter & Jelly Gang made over 600 sandwiches to feed the hungry on Long Island. The church is located at 1843 Deer Park Ave., Deer Park.   More...

West Islip’s Manetuck Elementary School celebrated Flag Day

Patriotic students in Greg Schmalenberger’s fifth-grade class at West Islip’s Manetuck Elementary School celebrated Flag Day on June 14 by placing American flags around the front of the school building.   More...

Lindenhurst H.S. visits Rowan College, Rutgers University, University of Maryland & Towson University

Forty-three sophomores and juniors of Lindenhurst High School recently embarked on a group college tour. The two-day trip provided students with the opportunity to visit a myriad of schools in multiple states and bring about College Awareness.  More...

Free skin cancer screening program held at Tanner Park

Senator Michael Venditto (R-Massapequa) recently teamed up with the Colette Coyne Melanoma Awareness Campaign (CCMAC) and the Town of Babylon to sponsor a free skin cancer screening program at Tanner Park in Copiague to help protect residents from sk More...













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