June 7, 2001 RSS feed / Front Page

Babylon Girls Advance to State championships

The Babylon High School Girls Track Team competed at the state qualifying meet in Port Jefferson last Saturday and a number will continue on to the State Federation Championships at the Mitchel Athletic Complex this weekend. More...

In The News

The North Babylon School District participated in a special celebration of the visual and performing arts at the Babylon Town Hall. The students art work was on display throughout Town Hall. More...

NBHS students take part in Science Olympiad

Over 150 students from the North Babylon High School competed for over four hours in nine different events for the local Science Olympiad. More...

Special Sections

Schools/Sports

North Babylon Girls HS soccer team wins awards

The North Babylon High School girls More...

Authorvisits John F. Kennedy Intermediate School

Author Todd Strasser visited the students at John F. Kennedy Intermediate School, in the Deer Park School District. He presented a slide show, which depicted the numerous steps he took in writing his manuscript and getting it published. More...

OLPH International Peace Site project

In the spring of 1991 Theresa Amendola was an eighth grader at Our Lady of Perpetual Help School (OLPH), Lindenhurst. At that time she led a committee of students, teachers and parents who dedicated their school as an International Peace Site. More...

Opinion

Finding life, and solace in soil

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Heard It On The Grapevine

WE SAY IT EVERY YEAR More...

They share the feeling Dear Editor:

Who authored the Opinion column titled, "Where have all the children gone?" It was a beautiful "rethink your priorities" story; kind of makes us all wish for the "old" days. More...

NASA Astronaut Shepherd leads Memorial Day Parade Former resident recalls his years in Babylon Village

Recalling his boyhood memory of marching in Babylon Village More...

Dramatic rescue of woman from canal in Babylon Two other auto accidents cause major property damage

A valiant effort by Suffolk Police, a good samaritan and the Babylon Village Fire Department volunteers helped save the life of a 26-year-old Bay Shore woman who was trapped inside a vehicle that went off the Shore Road Canal in Babylon Village last More...

Babylon beats Miller in semis, then bows to East hampton in final thriller

The Babylon Panthers flamed through the Class B playoffs and went all the way to the Suffolk County Finals, but there they were nipped in twelve innings falling to the East Hampton Bonackers, 3-2. More...

Babylon Boys Lacrosse Captures Divsion III Title

Just three short years ago, the Babylon Panthers trailed well behind the pack leaders, limping through a dismal 2-14 season that left little to look forward to, save the promise of up-and-coming mid fielder Drew Peters, then an eighth-grader. More...

Babylon High School Boys Track team make and break records

The Babylon High School boy More...

 

People/Social

Delia (Pat) Pispisa, RN, vice president for patient care services

Eastern Long Island Hospital announces the appointment of Delia (Pat) Pispisa, RN, vice president for patient care services. Pispisa has been employed at Eastern Long Island Hospital since 1998, in the role of director of quality services. More...

Gene Hackman dines on LI

When Academy Award winning actor Gene Hackman liked his Sea Bass dinner so much, he decided to go in the kitchen to speak to the Chef. More...

Happy birthday to...

... Todd Holgan, May 14; Casey Holgan, May 25 and William Evers, May 14. The Babylon Village residents celebrated in grand, family style, we are told. More...

Obituaries

Lt. Christopher Neil Gubitosa, raised in Bay Shore, at the age of 27 by Carolyn James

Christopher Neil Gubitosa was an achiever. Throughout his life he was energetic and driven to always do his best. More...

David J. Mulford, 40, a resident of Babylon Village since 1994

David J. Mulford, a resident of Babylon Village since 1994 and a member of the Babylon Yacht Club, died of cancer April 27, 2001. He was 40 years old. More...

Cleola H. Broere 84, a native Babylonian

Cleola H. Broere (nee Howell), a native Babylonian, died May 8, 2001 at the age of 84. She was predeceased by her husband Layton. More...













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