December 1, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

New NB school superintendent completes first semester

The past four months have been a busy time for Dr. Randy Bos, North Babylon School District More...

Copiague School District custodial contract signed

Workers in the Copiague School District Custodial and Grounds Unit represented by CSEA, the Civil Service Employees Association, have overwhelmingly ratified a new labor agreement. The vote was 26 to 1. More...

Lindenhurst Village annual Ragamuffin

Parade held Saturday, October 29

The Village of Lindenhurst held its annual Ragamuffin Parade Saturday, October 29. More...

Family Service League gets new headquarters

State Senator Owen H. Johnson (4th Senate District, Babylon), Chairman of the Finance Committee, was recently on hand for the ribbon cutting at the Family Service League (FSL) of Long Island More...

Special Sections

Events & Bulletin

Record

CALENDAR OF EVENTS
The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week:
THURSDAY, December 1
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Babylon Business & Professional Women

fashion show held

The October meeting of the Babylon Business and Professional Women featured a fashion show with members modeling and clothing provided by Coldwater Creek of Huntington with Doreen Verity and Holly Hunt representing the store. More...

St. John the Baptist varsity girls Cross Country team wins the NSCHSAA League championships

After having a season of eight wins and no losses and winning the CHSAA Championships last season, the Lady Cougars went seven and zero this season and won the League Championships on Sunday, October 30. More...

Opinion

Editorial

Enjoy holiday traditions so many work so hard to present

In every community, volunteers, merchants and public officials have worked hard to prepare for a host of holiday activities to be presented this weekend and over the next several weeks. More...

Troops fighting for the rights of off base writer too

In response to Kevin O More...

President George Bush has failed America

In the campaign leading up to the election of 2000, George Bush promised to restore honor and dignity to the office of White House. The premise was that Bill Clinton More...

People in the News

As part of the North Babylon Schools Community Concert Series, the North Babylon High School String Orchestra played at the North Babylon Public Library. More...

Lindenhurst Village looks to establish BID

The Lindenhurst Village Board will be holding a meeting December 6, to discuss whether the Village should establish a business improvement district (BID). More...

Arson arrest in W. Babylon

Suffolk County Police Arson Squad Detectives arrested a West Babylon man for starting several fires in the North Lindenhurst area. More...

Bond proposal on ballot for FSD residents December 6th

Voters asked to approve $26.9M to improve buildings and facilities

On December 6th, residents of the Farmingdale School District will be asked to approve a $26,925,000 bond initiative designed to address the most serious concerns of the district More...

Babylon Village Kid Wrestling registration, December 10

The Babylon Village Kid Wrestling Program will hold its annual registration Saturday, December 10, 9:30 to 11 a.m. Registration will take place in the Babylon High School gymnasium lobby, adjacent to the wrestling room. More...

Long Island Mystics present an evening of holiday magic

The Long Island Mystics is the local chapter of the Society of American Magicians (S.A.M.). The S.A.M. was founded over 100 years ago by a group of New York magicians. Among those early founders was Harry Houdini. More...

Long Island Chapter presents

Pearl Harbor program

The Long Island Chapter #202 of the Air Force Association is presenting Dropping of the Roses, Pearl Harbor 64th Anniversary Memorial, December 7, 10:30 a.m. More...

Annual photography contest

New Island Hospital and the Nassau County Camera Club announced the third annual Photography Contest winners at a reception and showing on Monday, November 7. More...

 

Schools/Sports

Girl Scout Service Unit 14 in Babylon celebrate birthday of Girl Scouts founder

The leaders of Girls Scout Service Unit 14 in Babylon recently got together with their troops to celebrate the birthday of Juliette Lowe, founder of Girl Scouts. More...

Lindenhurst scholar and resident receives scholarship from Dowling College

Stephanie Ness, a resident of Lindenhurst, NY, has received a $2,500 Direct Marketers Gateway, Inc. Scholarship from Dowling College. The funds were made available by a grant given to Dowling College by the Direct Marketers Gateway, Inc. More...

West Islip scholar to receive bachelor's

Steve G. Muller of West Islip, a business administration major is schedule to receive his bachelor More...

Obituaries

William H. McCaslin, of Babylon Village,

English teacher in Babylon and World War II veteran

William H. McCaslin, of Babylon Village, died October 26, 2005 after a short illness. More...

Florence Marie

Gilbride, of West Islip

Florence Marie Gilbride, formerly of West Islip, died October 27, 2005. More...

Ann "Candy" Hanaway Maier: longtime Babylon resident, volunteer, Breast Cancer survivor

"Ann was a giver. She always went where the need was the greatest," according to Ann Hanaway Maier More...













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