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BABYLON LEADER FEBRUARY 24, 2011

Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Muncy celebrated their Golden Wedding anniversary. A glad reunion of a family whose circle is unbroken (took place) when the children and grandchildren gathered to celebrate. The gathering was a family affair, the paper reported. More...

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Schools/Sports

“Soup”-er Bowl at Paul J. Bellew Elementary School

Recently at West Islip’s Paul J. Bellew Elementary School, students brought in cans of soup and used them to vote for the team that they thought would win the Super Bowl. More...

Deer Park H.S. and Robert Frost M.S. students wear purple to stand against bullying

For the second consecutive year, thoughtful students at Deer Park High School and Robert Frost Middle School students celebrated P.S. More...

Tooker Avenue Elementary School District celebrates 100th day of school

Dressed in their pajamas, kindergarten students at Tooker Avenue Elementary School in the West Babylon School District celebrated the 100th day of school in mid- February. More...

Library

AT YOUR LIBRARY THIS WEEK

Babylon Library,  24 S. Carll Ave. • 669-1624  •Adult Games in the Afternoon: Mondays, April, 1-4 p.m. Bring friends and card or board games.  More...

Obituaries

Margaret Emilie Pauline Knott Voelker, former Lindenhurst resident at 105

Margaret Emilie Pauline Knott Voelker, a former longtime resident of Lindenhurst, died March 24. She was 105 years old.  Mrs. Voelker was born in Astoria, March 14, 1913 to Selma (Schmidt) Knott and Joseph Knott. More...

Opinion

Police crackdown underway on texting while driving

For too many people, cell phones have become an extension of their personalities. They have, all too often, taken the place of human interaction. But for some, the need to be in constant contact with their cell phones has become deadly. More...

Readers say cartoon dismissive of thoughtful young people

Dear Editor: To say the political cartoon in your April 4 issue was offensive is an understatement. Mr. More...

Lindenhurst Village kicks off its downtown revitalization efforts

The Village of Lindenhurst recently held a joint press conference with S.C. Leg. Kevin McCaffrey announcing the kickoff of the Village’s downtown revitalization project. More...

Community reacts to discovery of body in Babylon Village

The sun had broken through after a morning of cold rain last Friday, and it presented the first hope that spring was finally on its way. To help confirm that promise, Babylon High School athletes were playing ball on the field. More...

Spring Weekend Events

Friday, April 13   More...

 

People/Social

WBHS student Paulina Trzonkowska wins art award

Paulina Trzonkowska, a senior AT West Babylon High School, received the Celebrate Achievement Best in Show Award for her colored pencil work titled Too Close in the Heckscher Museuem of Art’s competition, Long Island’s Best: Young Artists More...

NY Rising project­s look to battle the tides on LI’s South Shore

•Project: American Venice Bridges. Demolish and replace two bridges in American Venice on East and West Riviera Drive. Status: Design complete. Construction commenced on West Bridge. More...

Mitigation—not elimination—of flooding is goal of projects underway in Babylon

With more than $22 million in improvements to help reduce flooding, and stabilize the shoreline, there is hope for many residents whose homes and businesses have been damaged or destroyed by the ebb and flow of the tides in the Great South Bay, as we More...

Columnists - Free Access

Babylon News & Muse

•Sorry I missed the column last week. More important news had to be delivered.  More...

Pets, Pets, Pets

Sergeant Stubby, a hero during World War I, is getting his own full-length movie. It opens in theaters this Friday. Oh, by the way- Sergeant Stubby was a brindle Boston Terrier mix who fought in the trenches of France with the American infantry. More...

Events & Bulletin

Breaking News - 4/19/2018 2:39 PM

SPECIAL WEST BABYLON LIBRARY MEETINGS - Free Access

The West Babylon Library Board of Trustees will hold two meetings related to professional services. The meetings are Fri., April 27 at 5:30 p.m., and Mon. April 30 at 4:15 p.m. More...

BEACON CALENDAR

The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week:  SUNDAY, April 15  •No scheduled meetings . . .  MONDAY, April 16   More...

BVWC offering scholarship

The Babylon Village Women’s Club is offering at scholarship of at least $1,000 to a woman living in Bayblon who:  •is returning to school for 2018-19 academic year;  •has a high school diploma or its equivalent;  • More...

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