May 3, 2001 RSS feed / Front Page

You could be one of 231 who the IRS owes money

Do you know Diane Baude DeBunnetat? The IRS is looking for her, and here's the switch:They owe her money. More...

New County plan puts homeless kids in Head Start

Children living in cramped rooms at local motels, often isolated from the rest of the community, and without the opportunity to learn and grow up in a healthy environment, deserve a chance to a have a better quality of life says Suffolk County Presi More...

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Schools/Sports

Babylon High School Guys and Dolls a smash hit

Once again the talented students of Babylon High School have performed to the highest of standards. This time, presenting the musical Guys and Dolls, the musical comedy based on the story by Damon Runyon. More...

Babylon runners beat Wyandanch in dual meet

The Babylon High School boy More...

Obituaries

Norma E. Muldowney, resident of North Babylon

Norma E. Mul-downey, a resident of North Babylon for 38 years, died suddenly April 1, 2001 from complications from emphysema. More...

Irwin Levine, 58, of Babylon Village

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

George Hufnagel Sr., 54, resident of Copiague for 46 years

George Hufnagel Sr., a resident of Copiague for 46 years, died April 8, 2001. He was 54 years old. More...

Opinion

Gaffney and nine lawmakers got it right

Congratulations to the nine Suffolk County Lawmakers who had the courage to vote last week to uphold Suffolk County Executive Robert Gaffney More...

Ralph Howell’s memories remind reader...

by Mildred Baur Kerr More...

Babylon Zoning Board of Appeals reviews Higgins’ parking use permit

Martin Kennedy, a member of the Babylon Village Zoning Board of Appeals, said it More...

West Islip schools present budget plan; includes full-day Kindergarten program in the district for the first time

by Leonard Greco More...

Deer Park Schools unveil budget plan for 2002

With a projected enrollment increase of about 200 students, increasing state mandates for many academic programs and services and a commitment to keep on target with the district More...

Good Samaritan Hospital opens its new user-friendly emergency room

Residents from Babylon and surrounding communities have access to one of the state More...

 

People/Social

Alice Zaruka chosen for The Nathaniel Conklin Award for service

The Nathaniel Conklin Award for outstanding volunteer service has been awarded to Alice Zaruka, president of the Babylon Village Historical and Preservation Society. More...

The arrival of Ciaran Francis Elliot

Kimberly and Stephen Elliott, of Babylon, announce the arrival of their son, Ciaran. Ciaran Francis Elliott was born at Good Samaritan Hospital, Friday, October 20, 2000 at 9:24 p.m. More...

Events & Bulletin

Boy Scouts of America to honor Wayne R. Horsley

The Boy Scouts of America, Sagtikos District will hold the 21st annual "Good Deed Reception" on Tuesday, May 22, from 6p.m. to 8p.m. Honored at the reception will be Town of Babylon Councilman, Wayne R. Horsley. More...

Sisterhood of Lindenhurst to hold Chinese auction...

The Sisterhood of the Lindenhurst Hebrew Congregation is holding a Chinese auction Sunday, May 6, 2 p.m. Due to customary dietary regulations, outside food and beverages products are not permitted in the synagogue. More...

Country line dancing program

The Town of Babylon will once again offer their popular country line dancing program this summer in Phelps Lane Park, Councilman Steven Bellone announced recently. More...













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