June 28, 2000 RSS feed / Front Page

WI School budget goes down; district on austerity  

A revised budget of $64 million was rejected by West Islip School District voters last week, the second proposal to go down. The margin of this defeat was, however, somewhat smaller than the defeat of the district More...

Youth Pageant this Tuesday

The Babylon Village Youth Project will present its annual July 4th pageant on the Conklin House Green Tuesday at noon. Their will be the usual procession of the cast led by Village officials. More...

Church opens shop in Babylon Village

On Wednesday, July 21 the Village of Babylon had the pleasure of seeing the growth in community spirit led by the First Presbyterian Church of Babylon with the opening of the Yellow Brick Road East Benefit Shop, a unique shopping experience. More...

Special Sections

Resident questions school board’s handling of coach’s suspension  

One Babylon School District resident and the parent of a Babylon softball player is reviewing the legality of the school board More...

Greek Garden, popular local restaurant, "to go"

by Carolyn James More...

Residents give Babylon School District budget thumbs up in second try

Babylon School District residents passed the 2000 -2001 budget by a vote of 857 to 593 last Tuesday, June 20, 2000. More...

Smyrna Beach Golf winner

The second annual New Smyrna Beach most improved golfer award was presented to Frank Ferraro by Bob Borstelmann, chairman of the board of the Babylon Snow Bird Golfers Association of New Smyrna Beach, Florida at the end of April. More...

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Obituaries

Ruth A.J. Wolff, a 47-year resident of Amityville; volunteer and member of the DAR by Carolyn James

Growing up, Deborah (Wolff) McQueen, remembers her mother, Ruth Wolff, always trying to teach her to sew and crochet. And, she remembers how difficult it was. "I was left handed and I could never do what she did," said Deborah. More...

Mary Ann Woycichowsky, formerAmityville resident

Mary Ann Woycichowsky, a former Massapequa and Amityville resident and former teacher in the North Babylon School District, died May 31, 2000. She was 63 years old and had been ill for about a year. More...

Rainford Nelson, 56, 15-year Amityville resident

Rainford Nelson, a 15-year resident of Amityville, died June 13, 2000 at Mary Immaculate Hospital, Queens at the age of 56. More...













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