March 7, 2002 RSS feed / Front Page

Dems divided over fate of geese at Town Hall

A major disagreement between the Democratic majority on the Babylon Town Board surfaced following the town More...

SLA violations at local bar

Suffolk Police made four arrests following a State Liquor Authority check of a local bar in Babylon, charging patrons there with possession of drugs. More...

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Events & Bulletin

Babylon Village’s own antiques road show coming on March 16th

Mark your calendars for an appraisal day to benefit the Conklin House on March 16. The event is from 2 to 5 p.m., and Robert Schapiro will appraise European and American art work and antiques. More...

Junior Troop 1639 served as flag bearers for a benefit play

Junior Troop 1639 recently served as flag bearers for a benefit play called Liberty at the United Methodist Church in Babylon. All proceeds went to the United Way World Trade Center Fund to benefit victims and families. More...

Babylon Memorial Grade School students recognized for their outstanding efforts

On March 11, students from Babylon Memorial Grade School will be recognized for their outstanding efforts to contribute to the school More...

Councilman Henry blamed as new auditor backs out of deal Allegations are "trumped up" by firm who found major problems with town finances countercharges Henry

Interference by Babylon Councilman Lindsay Henry and Babylon Village resident Dan Martin and others, into the auditing of the Town More...

Disagreement over town documents gets even uglier

Babylon Town Attorney Lynne Bizzarro filed an incident report with the Suffolk County Police Department More...

Federal program brings services to local communities for those affected by 9/11 attacks

In response to the national tragedy on September 11, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), developed Project Liberty as an community outreach program to assist citizens in returning to their pre-disaster lives. More...

Agatha Christie's Ten Little Indians to be presented at BHS

Ten guests invited to a lone mansion on Indian Island. Ten figurine Indians corresponding to the nursery rhyme sit on the mantelpiece, and as a figurine is broken, one houseguest is killed. More...

 

Schools/Sports

Deer Park’s athletes The following students were winners of the New York State Scholar-AthleteTeam Awards for Fall 2001: Girls Varsity Swimming

Elizabeth Carbone - All League 200-Meter Relay Team & All-League 200-Free Relay More...

Deer Park students selected for All-County

The following Deer Park students have been selected to perform in three prestigious music festivals. More...

Lindenhurst Rotary sponsors community prayer breakfast

The Rotary Club of Lindenhurst Suffolk District #7260, in cooperation with he Incorporated Village of Lindenhurst will host their second annual community prayer breakfast, Thursday, March 21, 7 to 8:45 a.m. at the Lindenhurst Moose Lodge. More...

Obituaries

Lawrence (Larry) Pacelli, 75, former longtime resident of Amityville and West Islip

Lawrence (Larry) Pacelli, a former longtime resident of Amityville and West Islip who worked for Grumman Aircraft and was part of a team that built the Lunar Escape Modular (LEM) that landed on the moon, died in Vero Beach, Florida, February 16. More...

Winifrede Rathgeber, of Bay Shore

Winifrede Rathgeber, of Bay Shore, died February 25, 2002. More...

5K run and walk for parks

Bernadette Castro, commissioner of the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, invites you to join the Long Island State Parks Region, in cooperation with the Fire Island Lighthouse Preservation Society and the Long Isl More...













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