September 4, 2003 RSS feed / Front Page

Babylon to host 9-11 remembrance service

The Town of Babylon will host a 9-11 Remembrance Service to pay homage to all those who lost their lives and those who survived that fateful day we now know simply as 9-11. More...

Please Meet: Babylon’s Postmaster Richard J. Kitson

Staying busy keeps you healthy, believes Babylon Postmaster Richard J. Kitson. If that is the case, he should be the most fit man in Babylon. More...

Burglars targeting the elderly in home repair scheme

The Suffolk County Police are alerting the public to an organized group of burglars targeting the elderly. On Tuesday, August 26, three individual homes were the target of thieves. More...

Village of Babylon

On Thursday, September 11, Mayor Ralph A. Scordino and the Village Board invite residents

to visit the Memorial Garden in Argyle Park in remembrance of the tragedy of the World Trade Center.......................................... More...

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Events & Bulletin

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BULLETIN BOARD

The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week: More...

Brentwood Board of Ed. meeting to be held

All residents of the Brentwood School District Community are advised that the regular meeting of the Brentwood Board of Education will be held on Thursday, September 18. More...

Opinion

We’re teaching the next generation of Americans

Our children are off this week on new adventures. More...

Dead set against early removal of our troops in Iraq

I am dead set against the early removal of our Troops from Iraq. From my firsthand 1946 experience, I know that it took ten years for Germany, France and England to fully recover from Hitler. More...

Make Back to School a tradition in your family

Family traditions are the glue that binds one generation to another. They give kids and parents something to look forward to, as well as something to count on as the new school year begins. More...

WIFD postpones $8.5M bond vote

New date set for October 16th;

polls open from 2-9 p.m. More...

All of Babylon's County lawmakers now under term-limit law

All three Suffolk County legislators in Babylon are running for reelection this year under a county law that prohibits them from running again in 2005. More...

People in the News

The North Babylon High School announced that Leah Greenspan was this year's winner of the Wellesley College Book Award. Greenspan currently ranks number one in the junior class and has maintained over a 100 average throughout high school. More...

New life for the demolished OBI

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Police investigating murder of DP man

The Suffolk County Police Department Homicide Squad is investigating the shooting death of 22-year-old Deer Park man. More...

 

Obituaries

Marilynn Rossitto, lifelong resident of Babylon and antique collector

Marilynn Doxsee Vanderveldt Rossitto, who was described by her family as a woman who lived life passionately and who had a positive outlook, died August 24, 2003. More...

Norman Kjeldson of Brightwaters, veteran and businessman in Lindenhurst

Norman Kjeldson, a longtime resident of Brightwaters and the owner and operator of several manufacturing companies died on July 22, 2003. He was 87 years old. More...

William Stone Torrey, 51

William Stone Torrey, age 51, died peacefully at his home in Babylon on August 1 after a long illness. Will, as he was known to his family and friends was a native of Babylon and graduated from Babylon High School and SUNY at Oswego. More...













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