October 2, 2003 RSS feed / Front Page

WIFD information meeting Oct. 9th; bond vote Oct.16th

The West Islip Fire Department is holding its second public informational meeting on its $8.5 million bond proposal for renovations and expansion of its main firehouse at 309 Union Boulevard, West Islip. More...

WIFD wants to honor local servicemen and women

The West Islip Fire Department wants to help welcome home West Islip servicemen and women by putting their names on the notice board in front of the firehouse, 309 Union Blvd. More...

Stop & Shop breaks ground in West Babylon

Stop & Shop broke ground for a new 66,000 square foot Super Stop & Shop to be built at the corner of Route 109 and Golding Avenue in West Babylon. More...

Special Sections

Obituaries

Judge William J. Ryan, N.C. Family Court Judge

and father of local West Islip residents

A man brimming with personal and professional accomplishments, Judge William J. Ryan, a 50-year resident of Massapequa Park and former Nassau County Family Court Judge, died August 17, 2003 after a long battle with cancer. He was 83-years-old. More...

Charles A. Marlow, of N. Massapequa

Charles A. Marlow, of North Massapequa, died September 20, 2003. More...

John Powers, resident of Copiague

John Powers of Copiague was known by his family as a good woodworker, gardener and harmonica player. He was a resident of Copiague for 45 years and was also dedicated to his family. More...

Local students take part in pilot Sea Explorers camp

Trade Association (NYFTTA), and Suffolk County Leg. Dave Bishop (D-Lindenhurst). More...

People in the News

The Suffolk County Parks Junior Golf Tour completed its final game of the tour on August 18 at Bergen Point Country Club. Pictured is Dakota "Cody" Gross of Babylon, winner of the 2003 tournament. More...

Plan for North Amityville Village raises opposition from local fire departments

Members of the committee gathering signatures to hold a vote to incorporate North Amityville, are charging that members of the North Amityville Fire Company (NAFCo), who oppose the plan, are using intimidation and taxpayer dollars to promote their po More...

Correction

An article that appeared in the September 11 edition (Town and developer reach accord on NB site after residents voice concerns), included a photograph that was identified as being at Stone and Deer Park Avenues. More...

 

People/Social

Summer Reading Club at Babylon Library

The Picture This, Imagine That, Read! Summer Reading Club was a big success this year with many families participating in a wide variety of fun programs. Here are just a few of the fun moments from the summer. More...

Baymen do an outstanding job in Dreams Park tournament

The Babylon Baymen, a travel baseball team of 12 year olds, recently competed in a week-long tournament at Cooperstown Dreams Park, Cooperstown, New York. More...

Historical Society president Alice Zaruka honored

Babylon Historical Society president Alice Zaruka, fourth from left, is shown as she accepts a proclamation from the Village of Babylon for her contributions to the community as volunteer and historian. More...

Opinion

There’s nothing like autumn on Long Island

We received a call from a Californian the other day who was gushing at how beautiful the weather was "out there." We told him California weather may be nice, but as far as we are concerned, nothing is greater than Long Island in the autumn. More...

Are children beng held to a higher standars

in Mepham football camp incident? More...

In response to "Opinion" letter regarding the Babylon Village school district

Dear Editor: More...













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