November 12, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

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Obituaries

Joyce Davis, longtime Babylon Village resident

Joyce A. Davis, a longtime resident of Babylon Village, died October 5, 2004 at Mather Memorial Hospital from complications of surgery. She was 59 years old. More...

Louis Gerace, resident of North Babylon and Navy veteran

When he was a youngster growing up in Brooklyn, Louis Gerace struck up a friendship with four other boys and dubbed themselves, the "Wickwacks." Those close relationships, hammered out on the streets of Brooklyn and Queens, lasted a lifetim More...

Robert John Abernethy, resident of Babylon, veteran

After a long-term illness, veteran Robert John Abernethy, passed away on October 14, 2004. The 62-year old lived in Babylon for 40 years. More...

Kerry takes Babylon Town, but Bush makes strong showing in Suffolk County

Babylon's Blaire Mathies loses but closes gap against Cong. King

After making both an expensive personal and financial investment to run against Congressman Peter King, Blaire Mathies is optimistic and looking to the future, despite his loss. More...

NBSD signs pact with administrators, principals

North Babylon recently settled a four-year contract with its administrators, calling for salary increases for the 16-member unit consisting of the district More...

Rotary Club welcomes Ambassador from Hungary

The Babylon Rotary Club prides itself on securing speakers of great interest for their regular weekly meetings. Just recently the club had the honor of welcoming His Excellency Ambassador Dr. More...

 

People/Social

Restaurant supervisor arrested for identity theft in Bay Shore

Suffolk County Police Identity Theft Unit Detectives has arrested a restaurant supervisor for the theft of numerous credit card numbers, which he used to view paid web-sites on the Internet. More...

All Around Babylon Village . . .

Babylon Golf Course completes successful season

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Shopper correction

The beautiful photographs that appeared in the two- page spread on the Good Samaritan annual ball were taken by photographer Cliff DeBear. His name was accidentaly omitted from the photo spread when it appeared September 28th. More...

Opinion

Editorial

Endorsements, pro and con

We received many comments from readers with regard to our endorsements, particularly the endorsement for President George W. Bush. More...

Public Commentary

America

World War I was called, "the war to end all wars." Joining the Allies whose soldiers suffered trench warfare, bombardment, starvation and poison gas, the United States entered the war in Europe in the autumn of 1918. More...

Reminisces of Babylon

"Hide not thy light under a bushel." More...













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