October 12, 2017 RSS feed / Front Page

In race for Suffolk DA, Tim Sini squares off against Ray Perini

Suffolk County Police Commissioner Tim Sini and prosecutor Ray Perini will face off in the Nov. 7 general election for Suffolk County District Attorney. More...

Fall Weekend Events

Friday, October 13   More...

Four candidates running for two seats on the Islip Town Board

Incumbent councilwoman Trish Bergin Weichbrodt and James O’Connor, both Republicans, are running for two seats on the Islip Town Board. They square off against Democrats Sam Gonzalez and Jason Fenley on Election Day, Tues., Nov. 7. More...

Special Sections

Schools/Sports

Tooker Avenue Elementary School students publish their own books

Second-graders in AnnMarie Ayerle’s class at Tooker Avenue Elementary School in the West Babylon School District celebrated their love of literacy by publishing their own books. More...

Babylon students welcomed back for 2017/18 school year

Students at Babylon Elementary School are all smiles as they prepared their classroom supplies for the first day of school on Sept. 7 More...

Oquenock Elementary creates picture graph after tasting four kinds of apples

Michelle Quigley’s third-grade class at West Islip’s Oquenock Elementary School created a picture graph after tasting four different kinds of apples in the school’s STEM lab.  More...

Library

AT YOUR LIBRARY THIS WEEK

Babylon Library,  24 S. Carll Ave. • 669-1624\  •Adult Games in the Afternoon: Mondays, 1-4 p.m. in the Community Room. Bring a friend, card or board game.  More...

Obituaries

Diane Golden, longtime Copaigue resident, world traveler, at 64

Diane Golden, a Copaigue resident who traveled the world and went out of her way to help those she cared about, died at the age of 64 on Aug. 11, 2017. Mrs. Golden was born in Amityville to Michael and Theresa Mignone on Aug. 25, 1952. More...

Opinion

Exercise a right some died to protect

Every election season, we spend a great deal of time interviewing and researching the candidates who are running for office.The work helps to give us a clear picture of who these candidates are, what their backgrounds, experience and positions are. More...

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Satan raises his ugly face in Las Vegas—and angels rise high

Doubters of Satan were furnished all the proof they should need as a living Satan arose to the top of Mandalay Bay hotel last Sunday night and unleashed hell for about 11 minutes. More...

Lindy Library sets bond vote for Nov. 14

The Lindenhurst Memorial Library is asking voters to head to the polls on Tues., Nov. 14 to approve a $14.5 million dollar bond expansion project at the library. More...

Two vie for seat held by Democrat Steve Stern in 16th LD

In the S.C. 16th LD, incumbent Democrat Steve Stern has reached his term limit and will be stepping down in January. Running for that seat are Republican Hector Gavilla and Democrat Susan Berland. More...

West Islip football edges North Babylon, 14-6, in Week 4 victory

It was a battle of unbeatens as West Islip played host to North Babylon in an early week match-up, and it was the Lions walking away with the victory. More...

$27 million bond up for referendum vote in Lindenhurst on October 17

The Lindenhurst School District will be holding a bond referendum vote for community members on Tues., Oct. 17 which will addresses significant updates to building infrastructure and resources throughout the district.  More...

 

People/Social

DPSD names David DePrima administrator of secondary special education

The Deer Park School District has named David DePrima as district administrator of secondary special education, replacing Brian Norton.  DePrima, an alumnus from Deer Park High School’s Class of 1999, had previously worked as a special edu More...

Locals elected to Student Association at SUNY New Paltz

Nicholas Leone of West Babylon and Bryant Bonilla of Wyandanch were elected to the Student Association for the fall 2017 semester at SUNY New Paltz. More...

Largest crowd ever at BBS fair

More than 40,000 people attended the Babylon Beautification Society Fair this year, breaking a record for attendance at the popular “welcome to fall” event.  More...

Columnists - Free Access

Pets, Pets, Pets

Feline Football is much more than sports and entertainment. Hallmark Channel KITTEN BOWL encourages animal rescue throughout America. More...

Events & Bulletin

BEACON CALENDAR

The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week:  SUNDAY, October 15   More...

Babylon Village Arts Council to hold free Crosby, Stills & Nash and friends concert tonite

Babylon Village Arts Council is gearing up for its free second Thursday concert series beginning with Gathering Time’the folk-rock/Americana harmony trio with a tribute to Crosby, Stills & Nash and friends on Oct. 12. More...

Learn to be Tobacco Free Tuesday evening programs

A “Learn to be Tobacco Free” program, sponsored by S.C. Leg. Lou D’Amaro (DHuntington Station) and Suffolk Health Commissioner James Tomarken, will be held at the Brentwood Public Library on Tuesday evenings through November. More...

Legals - Free Access

Public Notices -

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NOTICE OF SALE Supreme Court County Of Suffolk Green Tree Servicing LLC, Plaintiff AGAINST Luis J. More...













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