July 19, 2000 RSS feed / Front Page

After two budget defeats, West Islip Schools adopt austerity budget School officials say capital improvement plan will not be affected  

The West Islip Board of Education adopted a contingency budget June 28 that is $154,161 less than the budget proposal defeated in the June 20 re-vote. More...

Special Sections

Hearing set on old Babylon Town Hall restaurant plan

Once a bustling municipal building and court; then a photographers studio, the gracious building at 47 West Main Street is scheduled for yet another change. More...

West Babylon Service Unit #23’s annual talent show

The stars shone on West Babylon Girl Scouts at Service Unit #23 More...

Please meet: Lindenhurst Village’s newest artistic director

The Lindenhurst Rainbow Senior Citizen's Center has hired distinguished and talented artist, Kenneth Byler. More...

 

Obituaries

William F. Walsh, retired S. C. Police Inspector and Babylon Village resident

- Every Sunday, for 67 years, William F. Walsh and his family would take a seat at the front of St. Joseph More...

Mary Petruccelli, 86, dressmaker and former adult-ed teacher in Lindenhurst

During the fundraising drive to construct Good Samaritan Hospital in West Islip, Mary Petruccelli was among the volunteers who went door-to-door securing pledges and contributions. More...













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