June 20, 2002 RSS feed / Front Page

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Schools/Sports

New Computer Lab in Lindenhurst Schools named after victim of September 11th

Susan M. Clyne did it all. She was a great mother, devoted wife and a successful career woman, said her family. She also valued education and while working full time put herself through college to earn a bachelor More...

Opinion

Editorial Even our religious leaders must abide by the law or pay the price

The Catholic Church is facing one of its most serious crises, and while the care and concern of so many priests and Bishops was evident as they gathered in Texas this past week to determine how they were going to address the problem and deal with pe More...

Letters Calling all Americans to become volunteers Dear Editor:

What do you call people who spend their free time taking classes with names like "Mass Care," who consider themselves on-call at virtually all times, who will leave their families in the middle of the night to help another family find a pl More...

We are all the Church, and thus, all responsible Dear Editor:

There is so much to say to so many people on so many levels. I hardly know where to begin. More...

Babylon High School Girls Softball team: They've earned respect

After the Babylon Panthers More...

On Tour in August: Babylon Village Board Women's Club gardens

At its May 29 meeting, the Babylon Village Board approved a garden tour, sponsored by the Women More...

 

People/Social

Winner of the 2002 British Airways Student Ambassador scholarship

Amanda Squicciarini, a sixth grade student in Babylon is the winner of the 2002 British Airways Student Ambassador Scholarship award, a $1,000 award to help defray the cost of her participation in the People to People Student Ambassador Program. More...

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Weingarten to wed Layton 2002

Mr. and Mrs. Neil Weingarten of West Islip announce the engagement of their son, Neil Scott, to Kimberly Layton, daughter of David and Norma Jean Layton of Delaware. More...

Obituaries

Edward L. Kane, resident of Babylon Village for 22 years

Edward L. Kane, a resident of Babylon Village for 22 years, died June 3, 2002. He came to the area with his wife, Pauline, after a second marriage for both. Mr. Kane often expressed his pleasure at choosing Babylon for his last years. More...

Eugene McPartland of North Babylon, formerly of Lindenhurst

"My father respected time better than anyone I know.  He didn More...













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