June 21, 2001 RSS feed / Front Page

Village ZBA reviews shed application; some opposition raised

by Carolyn James More...

This year's Fourth of July Youth Pageant to recount history of first black baseball team

The nation More...

Special Sections

Schools/Sports

Youth service day a huge success

Volunteers for Babylon declared the second annual town-wide participation in National Youth Service Day a rousing success. More...

1st annual walk-a-thon

Barbara C. More...

Obituaries

Sarah A. Schneider, 95, longtime resident of West Islip

Sarah A. Schneider, a longtime resident of West Islip, died June 1, 2001 after a brief illness. For the past three years she had resided at the East Neck Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in West Babylon. She was 95 years of age. More...

Salvatore Siclare, 78, resident of West Babylon since 1953

Salvatore Siclare, a resident of West Babylon since 1953, died May 15, 2001. He was 78 years old. More...

Opinion

FBI report on school violence brings a measure of optimism

A recent report by the FBI shows that while the incidents of violence in our schools is growing, these incidents, in most cases, were not the result of an individual who acted in isolation, without leaving convincing evidence and suspicion about the More...

Lindenhurst non-village residents parking lot needs to be repaired Dear Editor:

Many commuters who park at the non-Village residents parking lot in Lindenhurst were asking if anything could be done so the Village of Lindenhurst can repair the many potholes that exist on the parking lot. More...

WWII veteran speaks about memorial to built in Washington Dear Editor:

A am very appreciative that the World War II Memorial in Washington will be built. More...

Babylon Cove applications comes before Village—again

Once again, developers of the Babylon Cove project appeared before the Village of Babylon, this time asking the Village Board to approve a rezoning application for 3.2 acres of property off Fire Island Avenue from Marine-Commercial to Multi-Residenc More...

People in the News

A reception and awards ceremony of the Babylon Arts Council Judged Art Exhibition took place June 8 at the Town Hall Annex. Pictured, left to right, are Wayne Horsley, councilman; Beth S. More...

Deer Park Falcons falter in League IV Championhsip

Getting into playoff action was like a test flight for Deer Park More...

Moody's upgrades Babylon Town's bond rating; cites savings and debt reduction

by Carolyn James More...

 

People/Social

Babylon recreation program

Registration for the Village of Babylon recreation program will be held Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, June 26, 27 and 28, 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. at Babylon Village Hall, 153 West Main Street. More...

All-American Collegiate Scholar

Christine Van Schaick of Babylon has been named an All-American Collegiate Scholar by the United States Achievement Academy. More...

Pilot Club holds fundraiser

The Babylon Pilot Club recently held a yard sale, raising money to fund its annual Start School Right program. More...

Events & Bulletin

Calendar The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week: FRIDAY, June 22

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Host families needed in Babylon

Right now, there are Italian high school students dreaming about America. They have chosen to come to the United States on the Academic Year in America (AYA) program, and they are anxiously awaiting their arrival this August. More...

Domestic violence hotline

If you or your children are in danger because of physical, sexual or emotional abuse by your husband or partner, please call the Suffolk County Coalition Against Domestic Violence at its 24-hour hotline at 631-666-8833. More...













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