December 20, 2001 RSS feed / Front Page

Lindenhurst Fire Department recognizes Suffolk County Police Officers

Recently the Lindenhurst Fire Department recognized Suffolk County Police Officers in a joint effort with Lindenhurst Fire Department members who performed successful CPR and defibrillation saving two people in different incidents. More...

Susan M. Clyne Memorial Fund established

Often when tragedy strikes a family with the sudden, unexpected loss of a loved one, memorial funds are established to provide support through difficult times. More...

Israel secures funds to help bias crime victims on Long Island  

Congressman Steve Israel (D-Huntington) announced his success in securing $500,000 for BiasHELP of Long Island. The money will help this not-for-profit organization More...

Special Sections

Obituaries

Angelo Paul Galietta, 85, former resident of Lindenhurst

Angelo Paul Galietta, of Lindenhurst, died December 5, 2001 at the age of 85. He is survived by his wife, Josephine; his daughters, Susan Purdy and Linda Orenstein; his sons-in-law George Clark and Marvin Orenstein; his grandchildren Richard L. More...

Margaret G. Finn, of West Babylon

Margaret G. Finn, of West Babylon, died December 7, 2001. She is predeceased by her husband Henry J. Finn. Surviving Mrs. Finn are her children, Peggi and Albert Lampasso, Richard Finn, Robert and Paula Finn and Susan and John Janmaat. More...

Vincina H. McCarthy

Vincina H. McCarthy, died December 7, 2001. She is survived by her parents Daniel and Vincinia and siblings Kevin, Janet Cunningham, Cathy Holmes and John as well as many nieces and nephews. More...

The lives of some of those we lost in WTC attack Terence McShane, father, husband, firefighter

The sun and solace of the beach was always an attraction to Terence McShane. He worked as a lifeguard at Overlook Beach in Babylon and it was there that he met Cathy Watt, the woman who was to become his wife. More...

People in the News

Katie Brown, left, was recently honored by North Fork Bank West Islip Branch manager Lisa Guariglia, right, for her outstanding volunteer efforts at Our Lady of Consolation Nursing and Rehabilitative Care Center in West Islip. More...

2001/2002 first half taxes are due

Babylon Town Tax Receiver Corinne DiSomma, stated that 2001/2002 first half taxes are due and payable in her office at 200 East Sunrise Hwy, North Lindenhurst, on or before Thursday, January 10, 2002. More...

American flag quilt hangs in the hallway of Westbrook Elementary School

A huge American flag quilt hangs in the hallway of Westbrook Elementary School in West Islip, handmade by students and dedicated to the rescue workers "who are helping our nation" following the September 11 tragedy in New York City. More...

 

People/Social

Ed Lane has served Christ Church faithfully for most of his 91 years

Christ Episcopal Church recently honored Ed Lane, a long-time parishioner. Lane has served Christ Church faithfully for most of his 91 years. More...

AHRC holiday party at Babylon Masonic Lodge

Gabriel, Ann, Francesca and Jennifer Hernandez, children of Sylvia Hernandez of Central Islip, are shown with Joseph Von Essen at the AHRC holiday party at the Babylon Masonic Lodge. More...

Origami for wellness in America

Since ancient times, the crane has held a paramount position in Japanese and Chinese culture, many times surrounding a king for protection. Cranes are also associated with missions of peace and compassion. More...













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