April 26, 2001 RSS feed / Front Page

People in the News

KeySpan employee and Reach to Recovery Program volunteer Lillian Healey of Deer Park, pictured left, presents the American Cancer Society's Jacqueline Wands with dozens of cuddly bears. More...

Settlement with State brings County $17.4 M

After an arduous legal battle with New York State concerning prison overcrowding and a decision by Supreme Court Justice Judge Floyd in favor of Suffolk, the check finally arrived. The initial request from Suffolk County was for $12 million. More...

Special Sections

Schools/Sports

West Babylon sports

Under the direction of Coach Nicole Casimano, the West Babylon Junior Varsity Cheerleaders competed at Holy Trinity High School. The girl's hard work and dedication paid off, as they took home a 5th place trophy. More...

Suffolk County field hockey coach awards

The Suffolk County Field Hockey Coaches Awards Dinner was recently held at Villa Lombardi's. Parents, players and coaches from West Babylon were invited to participate. More...

Dare graduation at Woods Road

The fifth grade students at Woods Road Elementary School in North Babylon have been participating in the Suffolk County Police Department's DARE program. More...

Opinion

Town should take lead on Republic hotels

A proposal to build two hotels on the Republic Airport property has generated a great deal of interest, especially among those who have watched and monitored the growth and development of that airport for years. More...

People moved near Republic with their eyes wide open, the airport did not just drop out of the sky Dear Editor:

Re: Article appearing in the April 11 issue under the heading Reshaping the face (sic) of Route 110 corridor (sic), written by Monica Weiner. More...

Road construction ban in National Forests has long-term benefits

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USDA in all-out fight against Asian beetle

When it comes to fighting the Asian Long Horned beetle, make no mistake about it More...

Lindenhurst to honor volunteers with Memorial

With the spirit of volunteerism alive and well in Lindenhurst Village, Village Board Trustee Tom Brennan is moving forward with a plan to construct a volunteers Memorial at Kienle Park. More...

A man, his car and a dedication to his hero      

Driven by a thirst for perfection and the memory of a racing idol, Mike Barnikel converted his More...

 

People/Social

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Luther Leaguers of Deer Park help ease hunger

Have you ever been hungry? Not just because you missed lunch, but because you can More...

Obituaries

Raymond L. Morris, owner and operator of T. A. Morris Meats n West Babylon

Raymond L. Morris, the owner and operator of T. A. Morris Meats in West Babylon, died April 12, 2001. He was 81 years old. More...

Irvin Levine, 58, of Babylon Village

Irvin Levine of Babylon Village died March 30, 2001 following a brief but courageous battle with cancer. He was 58 years old. More...

Nancy Esposito, 74, resident of West Islip since 1965

Nancy Esposito, a resident of West Islip since 1965, died March 7, 2001. She was 74 years old and has suffered from Parkinson More...













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