June 29, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

the poolnot!

A few rain clouds dampened the opening day of the Babylon Village pool on June 17, but KevinO'Handley and his children Max 7 and Caroline 5, found the light turnout just fine as they had the pool almost to themselves. More...

D'Amaro: Taking school taxes to task with new commission

Seeking to find what he termed as real solutions to soaring school property taxes, Suffolk County Legislator Lou D'Amaro (D-Huntington Station) has introduced legislation calling for the establishment of a commission to analyze school district spendi More...

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BabylonVillage Arts Council

Mark your calendars! Babylon Village Arts Council and the Babylon Rotary are cosponsoring the Second Annual Bay Fest which will be held on July 26, at the Village Pool from 6 to 10 p.m. More...

BabylonVillage Arts Council

The Babylon Village Arts Council held its first Champagne Brunch-Garden Party hosted by Ron and Carol Marino on June 4 at their home on Fire Island Avenue. More...

Events & Bulletin

Boy Scout Eagle projects in Babylon

Members of Troop 1 inBabylon sponsored by the United Methodist Church on James Street has two scouts working toward their Eagle Scout rank, PeterVames and Ryan Krawchuk. The two completed their projects in May. More...

Book signing in Babylon Village

Author Gary Bernsten, a former Babylonian and a CIA field commander in the U.S. More...

Babylon Village Girl Scouts held end of year party

On June 6 Babylon Village Girl Scouts Service Unit 14 held an end of the year "show and tell" party. Senior Girl Scout Gabriella Bonventre, shown with coordinator Maria Cullen, ran the event. More...

Gene Turner to be honored with prestigious Nathaniel Conklin Award

Babylon's All-Village celebration scheduled for Sunday, July 9th More...

People in the News

West Babylon authors and artists of the month More...

Bellone vows partnership with LI builders on affordable, green housing for Babylon

Elected officials and builders need to partner together to help solve Long Island's affordable housing crisis and to redevelop areas with environmentally friendly housing, Babylon Supervisor Steven C. More...

 

Schools/Sports

Scholars in the ...

Farmingdale State University held its Farmingdale Foundation and Alumni Association Student Scholarship Reception recently. The following local residents were awarded scholarships: More...

St. Martin students volunteer for Thomas Hartman Foundation

Recently students from St. Martin of Tours Catholic School in Amityville volunteered their time for the Thomas Hartman Foundation for Parkinson's Research. More...

St. Peter's School in Bay Shore takes fishing trip

Students from the fifth and sixth grade at St. Peter's School in Bay More...

Library

Thiis week att tthe lliibrrarry

Babylon, 24 South Carll Avenue 669-1624 Yoga: 9:30-10:30 a.m. for six weeks on Wednesday starting June 28. $36 pp bring mat and wear comfy clothes. More...

Obituaries

Angelo J. Cascio, 80, World War II Air Force POW

Angelo J. Cascio, of Glendora, California and formerly of North Babylon, died June 2, 2006 at his home. He was 80 years old. More...

Jeanne Marie Donohue, 77, resident of Bay Shore

Jeanne Marie Donohue, of Bay Shore, died May 25, 2006. She was 77 years old. More...

Aniello R. Al Bianco, retired from NYPD

Aniello R. "Al" Bianco, of West Islip, died May 26, 2006. He had retired from the New York Police Department. More...

Opinion

Guest Editorial

We celebrate freedom with barbecues and beer

We live in a country that celebrates its birth and the freedoms of a nation of the people, by the people and for the people with food and fireworks. More...

DRAWING CONCLUSIONS

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Fresh paint on Town of Babylon flagpole please

The front of BabylonT own Hall looks great since it was refurbished last year, but the flagpole needs More...













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