February 28, 2002 RSS feed / Front Page

Lindenhurst HS bowlers win League I Title

Another fine season was turned in by the Lindenhurst varsity bowling team. The Bulldogs knocked down enough wood (35.861) to build a 10-2 record and win the League I championship by two games over second place West Islip (8-4). More...

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Schools/Sports

Robert Frost MS celebrates magic

Everyone loves a good magic show. Yet, few are aware of its amazing history or how past societies regarded the art. More...

Bay Shore High graduate makes local history

Matt Phillips, a 2001 graduate of Bay Shore High School, made local history by becoming the first Bay Shore High School graduate designated as a National Advanced Placement Scholar. More...

Woods Road has sing-a-long

Ms. Abrams led the student council of Woods Road Elementary School in North Babylon in song At Broadlawn Manor Senior Center in Amityville. A happy time was had by all. More...

Obituaries

Elizabeth A. Eichner, of West Islip

Elizabeth A. Eichner, of West Islip, died January 27, 2002. She is survived by her husband of 49 years, Robert A. More...

Anthony J. Sciacca, of Islip

Anthony J. Sciacca, of Islip, died February 11, 2002. He is survived by his wife, Adelaide Sciacca; his children Mary Ann Sciacca and Anthony and Debbie Sciacca and his step-children Donna Person and John and Susan Perone. More...

Angelina Cance, resident of Lindenhurst

Angelina Cance, a resident of Lindenhurst for 10 years died on February 6, 2002 at the age of 87. She is predeceased by her husband Paul Cance who passed away in 1995. The couple had been married 62 years. More...

Bishop’s plan for local waterways passes the legislature

A bill to initiate Phase II of the Storm Water remediation program for south shore tributaries sponsored by David Bishop (D-Lindenhurst) passed

legislative muster February 11. The legislation is a follow-up to a bill passed in August 2001 that directed the county to develop a program to alleviate water runoff problems along the south shore. More...

People in the News

State Senator Owen H. More...

Wrester gets proclamation; gives legislator head lock

The professional wrestler known as Mankind joined Suffolk Legislator David Bishop (D-West Babylon) and a slew of puppies from the Canine Corral in Huntington in visiting dozens of thrilled youngsters with autism and similar disorders at the Developm More...

 

People/Social

Heard It On The Grapevine

"IT WAS TIME", said 83-year-old Marge Scordino who retired last year after a 58-year career in nursing, 42 of them in Good Sam as a labor and delivery room nurse, where she rose over the years to the Nurse Manager position. More...

Local Hibernians install new officers

Recently, the Babylon St. Patrick More...

O’Shea tapped for ASMFC director

U.S. Coast Guard Captain John Vincent O More...













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