April 25, 2002 RSS feed / Front Page

Neil Lederer tapped for Lindenhurst School Superintendent

Lindenhurst High School Principal Neal Lederer was tapped for the position of Superintendent by the school board last month. Lederer, who has worked in the district for 19 years, replaces Margaret McKenna who steps down as of June 30, 2002. More...

West Babylon’s High School drama club performed musical Fiddler on the Roof

Oops they did it again. They played to a full house. The students of West Babylon More...

Suffolk County Police investigates robbery of church bingo money

The Suffolk County Police First Squad Detectives are investigating the robbery of church bingo money taken at gunpoint from a church employee. More...

Special Sections

Schools/Sports

Babylon's track & field team breaks records

Head Coach George Schroeder for Babylon More...

Deer Park's District School / Industry Advisory Board meeting

Another busy agenda was scheduled for Deer Park School District More...

Deer Park HS's Ann Razzano's receives award

Ann Razzano, K-12 Director of Mathematics at Deer Park High School, will receive an award for Educational Leadership from the Goudreau Museum of Mathematics for her outstanding contributions to the field. Ms. More...

Obituaries

Julian P. Wilder, veteran, professor and Copiague resident

One of the most vivid memories that Ian Wilder has of his father Julian P. Wilder is of a conversation he had with him recently. More...

Richard Chatterton, 73, 21 year resident of Lindenhurst

Richard Chatterton, a 21 year resident of Lindenhurst died on March 10, 2002 at the age of 73. Born and raised in Manhattan, he attended public schools there and married his high school sweetheart in 1954. More...

Gladys Zack Collins, 94, longtime resident of Babylon

Gladys Zack Collins, a longtime resident of Babylon, passed away on January 30, 2002 at the age of 94 in Dobbs Ferry, New York. More...

Babylon High School's record-breaking track readies for hot new spring season

After they broke every single relay record in school history this past winter, the Babylon track team will look to continue its success under first-year coach George Schroeder, as the spring season gets underway. More...

People in the News

Professor Gerald Leibowitz, a resident of North Babylon and a professor in the library department at Nassau Community College, was the recipient of a Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Librarianship in a ceremony held at Nassau Community College o More...

Town historians sponsor essay contest

The Babylon Historical Commission is sponsoring its annual essay contest for fourth-grade elementary school students throughout the Town. Students were asked to write an essay about their experiences on September 11, 2001. More...

West Islip residents approve the 2002-2003 Library budget

West Islip residents approved the 2002-2003 Library budget in a vote held at the Library Tuesday, April 16. The $2,337,166 operating budget was approved by a margin of 429 to 178. More...

 

People/Social

Babylon Travelers Club

The Babylon Travelers Club met March 18 in the home of life member Mrs. Althea Baldwin with Mrs. Jocelyn Pisani as hostess. More...

Remembrance Walk 2002

The Babylon Lions presented a check to Good Shepherd Pediatric Hospice. Linda Guarnieri of Good Shepherd Hospice said "This will help kick off the Good Shepherd Remembrance Walk 2002." More...

Dinner

The Babylon Community Scholarship Fund More...

Events & Bulletin

Annual auction coming April 27th

West Sayville Christian School is holding their sixth annual Live and Silent Auction, Saturday, April 27, 6 p.m. at the West Sayville Firehouse. The doors will open at 5:30 p.m. The public is invited to attend. More...

OLA Society to hold annual Chinese auction

The Rosary Altar Society of Our Lady of the Assumption Parish, Dante Avenue Copiague, will hold its annual Chinese auction, Friday, May 3, 7 p.m. in the auditorium. The admission of $5 will include coffee, tea, cake and a round of auction tickets. More...

Synergy Theatre presents musical

The Synergy Ensemble Theatre company in conjunction with the Town Of Islip Department of Parks, Recreation and Cultural Affairs is presenting its first musical production, Working, based on the well-known Studs Terkel novel and adapted by Stephen Sc More...

Opinion

We’d do well to remember

A large beautiful boulder graces the entranceway to the commuter parking lot in Lindenhurst Village. More...

Nip problem at the outset Dear Editor:

While walking on Little East Neck Road South (on April 13) I was nearing a woman walking a huge brown and black dog. More...

The concept of individual rights in the Middle East

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