September 14, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Antoinina Marino celebrates 100th birthday

Antoinina Marino is a woman who has faced adversity throughout her life, yet managed to overcome it with a sense of grace and purpose. More...

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Schools/Sports

Guilds of Good Samaritan welcome new president

The Guilds of Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center recently welcomed North Babylon resident Terese Weber as their 26th president. Weber has been involved with Good Samaritan for almost 50 years and is a charter member of the Guilds. More...

Trip to Jersey Gets Ducks Back On Track, Bullpen Struggles Lead To Only Loss

Fowl Ball! Weekly report on the DUCKS

In the world of Atlantic League baseball, apparently Ducks are far more ferocious than Bears. This fact became evident after Long Island went into Newark last week and swept the three-game series. More...

Singing bus driver visits Harding

Students at Lindenhurst's Harding Avenue Elementary School were recently serenaded by none other than Joe Guida, known better as "The Singing School Bus Driver." Guida spent years behind the wheel of a New York City school bus. More...

Library

This week at the library

Babylon, 24 South Carll Avenue 669-1624 Book Club: Wednesday, September 20 from 7-8:30 p.m. More...

Events & Bulletin

Spaghetti dinner to be held Sunday, September 24

Lucy and Mike Domingo will again host their annual spaghetti dinner this month benefiting the Babylon Breast Cancer Coalition. More...

West Islip Country Fair to be held Sunday, September 24

The West Islip Country Fair celebrates its 31st year on Sunday, September 24, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on the grounds behind the West Islip Public Library, Montauk Highway and Higbie Lane. More...

Bay Shore Jewish Centre has free seats for High Holidays

The Jewish Centre of Bay Shore is offering free seats for the High Holidays. More...

Opinion

LIPA consumers shocked by LIOWP environmental review

While the process of working to bring clean, safe alternative energy to Long Island, which faces an otherwise uncertain future without it, that process must convince the public picking up the tab that it is a responsible and cost-effective project, a More...

West Islip remembers

West Islip kindergartner Christopher Miller in the Captree Elementary School in West Islip took part in red, white & blue day on Monday, commemorating the lives lost September 11, 2001.Twenty four West Islip students and a number of employees lost re More...

Consumer demand is cause of LIPA's problems

Dear Editor: Why Blame LIPA? It doesn't take a whiz kid to figure it out and I can't believe that with all the articles I have read in the More...

Mayor's Cup Race to be held September 17

The Village of Babylon and the Long Island Yacht Club announced the 22nd annual sailing of the Mayor's Cup Race will be held Sunday, September 17. The Mayor's Cup Race is open to all auxiliary keel boat owners on the Great South Bay. More...

West Islip research student to present at L.I. Science and Engineering Fair

West Islip High School research student Dana Lagala visited Good Samaritan Hospital in West Islip last year as a Shadow Day participant. Building on that experience, she spent her days last summer assisting in the microbiology lab at the hospital. More...

Local resident to attend Brooklyn Law School

Ashley AndrewsSantillo, daughter of Butch Santillo and Debbie Andrews of Babylon Village, graduated from the School of Management at Binghamton University on May 21. She graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor of science in finance. More...

 

People/Social

Local family leaves Babylon to attend Concordian Seminary

Buoyed by his conviction and the Lutheran Church of the Resurrection's credo, Share Care Prepare and Dare, church member E m i l G r e t a r s s o n , whose hometown is Babylon, prepares to make his way to St. More...

Scouts donate hair to Locks of Love

Carly Horowitz and Emma Raggio, members of Brownie Troop 1636 in Babylon Village, each donated 10 and one half inches of their hair to Locks of Love. The troop is led by Debra McHugh and Christina Raggio. In the photo is Troop 1636. More...

Judge Daniel J. Loughlin appointed to Court of the State of NewYork

Justice George D. Marlow and former Justice Thomas P. Flaherty, who lead the Committee. More...

Columnists - Free Access

Heard It On The Grapevine

IT'S A LABOR DAY TRADITION at the Long Island Yacht Club. They end their summer season with a fabulous brunch party for members and their guests. More...

Pets, Pets, Pets

Pets of the Week

The smallest thing can change the course of a life. At times that push comes in the form of a close encounter of the animal kind. Call them epiphany pets, for lack of a better name. More...

Obituaries

Carmel Cammaroto, former Amity and Bay Shore resident

Former Amityville and Bay Shore resident Carmel J. Cammaroto died August 3, 2006 at his home in Great Falls, Virginia. He was 66 years old. More...

Donald Burden, 85, Grumman employee from West Babylon

Before West Babylon resident and father of 12, Donald R. Burden Sr.,retired from Grumman Aerospace, he was proud to say he worked on the Apollo Lunar Module and the F14 Tomcat fighter jet. More...

George Kohler, 83, former Babylonian and decorated veteran

Former 25-year Babylon resident George Stuart Kohler, who loved his family, his collections and his life, died August 8, 2006 at Harborside Healthcare in Mashpee, Massachusetts after a valiant battle against cancer. More...













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