April 19, 2001 RSS feed / Front Page

Locks of Love

When fifth grade teacher Susan Marullo asked her West Islip students to write essays entitled How I Can Help the Less Fortunate," she touched a nerve with Ashley Eser, who was thinking about how much she misses her grandmother. More...

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Schools/Sports

Fantastic season for BHS gymnastic team

The Babylon High School varsity gymnastic team has a fantastic season. They were League 1 champions beating out many other larger school districts. All the girls on the team did very well. More...

West Islip Beachtree Leadership Club donates eyeglasses

The Beachtree West Islip Leadership Club decided this year to take on some projects to help those less fortunate than themselves. More...

Local students donate $$ to earthquake victims

Babylon Memorial Grade School students have raised over $1,000 for the victims of earthquakes in El Salvador and India. The money was collected through a Dollar Drive, run by the Student Council. More...

Obituaries

Cecilia Bowles, 94, resident of Argyle Park in Babylon Village

Cecilia Bowles, nee Gilmartin, a resident of Argyle Park in Babylon Village since 1949, died August 4, 2000 on the eve of her 94th birthday. More...

Josephine Mahatcek, nee Sarnicola, a resident of North Babylon

Josephine Mahatcek, nee Sarnicola, a resident of North Babylon for more than 42 years, died Friday, March 23, 2001. More...

Henry Herrmann, 90, former resident of Babylon Village

Henry Herrmann, a former resident of Babylon Village, died February 27, 2001 in Rocky Hill, Connecticut at the age of 90. Mr. Herrmann was born in New York City but grew up in Woodmere. More...

Babylon Schools approves $1.67M budget for coming year

by Janine Logan More...

Fight for Conservative Party's County leadership post goes into overtime; latest decision has Donnelly standing

by Carolyn James More...

West Babylon Eagles varsity baseball menace to all opposing prey

Their recent success, marked by two League IV titles in the last three years, makes the West Babylon Eagles varsity baseball team a menace to all opposing prey who cross their flight path. More...

People in the News

Town of Babylon Councilman Steve Bellone recently attended a meeting of Action Long Island where he discussed economic development issues on the Route 110 Corridor with Shelly Sackstein, president of Action Long Island and Ken Bauer, president of th More...

 

People/Social

Farraher s welcome Colby Beth

Andrea and Thomas Farraher of Lindenhurst announce the birth of their daughter, Colby Beth who was born January 1, 2001 at Good Samaritan Hospital. She weighed 6 pounds, 8 ounces and was 19 and one-half inches long. More...

Aguanno wins Service Award

Anthony Aguanno, of Lindenhurst, received the exemplary service award in the silver plates category from Whitsons, one of the region More...

Marsden ’s announce that Eric William has arrived

Melissa and Michael Marsden of Babylon announce the birth of their son, Eric William, who was born February 12, 2001. Eric was welcomed home by his brother James. More...

Opinion

Two lives lost in DWI tragedy

Many people over the years have questioned and criticized the policy of this newspaper to print, among the list of arrests each week in our Police Blotter column, the names and addresses of those individuals charged with driving while intoxicated. More...

Criticism without alternative solution is pandering Dear Editor:

Mr. Curcio More...

Make a stake in America’s future: plant a tree

For years, late April has been a time when Americans have gathered in cities and towns, farms and forests, to improve their health and beautify their communities. More...













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