Babylon Village Mayor Ralph Scordino dies suddenly at 71

During the recent pandemic, Babylon Village Mayor Ralph A. Scordino was constantly checking on residents to make sure they were safe. One elderly resident was particularly upset because she was confined to her home and called Scordino at his office in Village Hall. Scordino went out, purchased some groceries and delivered them to her home, checking on her regularly. “Most […]

Manetta visits Lindenhurst Chamber of Commerce

Babylon Town Councilman Anthony Manetta (pictured far right) was the guest speaker at the October meeting of the Lindenhurst Chamber of Commerce. Councilman Manetta is sponsoring the 3rd Annual Pasta & Sauce Drive to benefit the Town of Babylon Food Pantry. Donations will be collected in the Babylon Town Hall main lobby, 200 East Sunrise Highway, Lindenhurst, Monday – Friday, […]

Mary Adams tapped for Babylon Village Mayor’s seat; first woman to serve in Village’s history

Babylon Village Trustee Mary Adams was sworn in as acting Mayor, the first woman to hold that position in Babylon Village history. She fills the seat held by Mayor Ralph Scordino, who died last week. With tears in her eyes and her voice breaking up in emotion, Adams took the oath of office, given by Babylon Town Supervisor Richard Schaffer, […]

Babylon Village continues to work on Argyle Falls

This story was written following the Babylon Village Board meeting Tues., Oct. 27, the last meeting led by Mayor Ralph Scordino. As part of the reconstruction of the Argyle Falls, the Village of Babylon has determined that it will be replacing instead of refacing the balusters there. The decision was prompted by news that when the workers were sandblasting the […]

We’re giving a shout out to all poll workers


We could not allow this election season 2020 to go by without recognizing the thousands of poll workers who worked tirelessly, and with tremendous professionalism, to usher hundreds of thousands of voters through the polls every day since early voting began in Nassau and Suffolk Counties in late October. We were witness to their care and kindness to the voters […]


‘The Big Idea for the Great South Bay’ must become a reality


Dear Editor: I read a guest commentary published in your paper by Wayne Horsley regarding “A Big Idea for the Great South Bay.” This idea, having been bantered around by many for decades, needs to become a reality. It’s time to get behind this movement and give our support to Wayne and those leading this effort. There is no disputing […]

Kristin Kelly named assistant principal at West Islip High School

Kristin Kelly has been named an assistant principal at West Islip High School, replacing Danielle Mammolito. Kelly came to West Islip this year from Sewanhaka High School in Floral Park, where she served as social studies chairperson. She previously worked as a social studies teacher at Beach Channel High School and Hempstead High School. She served as social studies instructional […]

Babylon Breast Cancer Coalition hosts virtual BINGO Nov. 12

The Babylon Breast Cancer Coalition is presenting Fall Fun Scavenger Hunt BINGO on Thursday, November 12 at 7:15 p.m. Ryan O’Neill Williams, from I Love Babylon, and BBCC Board Member Lori Tintella will host the event. Participants can play five rounds of BINGO from home via Zoom. A $10 per person fee includes one BINGO card. Extra cards are available […]

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