August 23, 2007 RSS feed / Front Page

Babylon Panthers ready for great new football season

Enthusiasm reigns. And the Babylon Panthers began their preseason workout regimen. To set this year's stage, we ought to go back to the Panthers' last encounter. More...

WBHS holds Varsity Sports Awards Dinner

West Babylon High School's Varsity Sports Awards Dinner was held on June 24 at the LaGrange Inn. More...

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Schools/Sports

Santapogue Elementary in West Babylon announces art contest winners

Santapogue Elementary School in West Babylon has announced that fourth graders Joanne Sanchez and Nina Wang have been selected as the winners of the Student Organizer art contest. More...

Praise for West Babylon art students

Five seniors at West Babylon High School recently earned high marks at the annual Suffolk County Art Leaders Association (SCALA) Art Show, held at the Gallery on the Hill in Hauppauge. More...

Math, Science and Technology Fair held at Captree Elementary

At the MST (Math, Science and Technology) Fair at Captree Elementary School in West Islip, coordinators Joann Niesen, Rochelle Blumling and Justin DeMaio displayed the hard work their students put forth and also thanked teacher Judith Schwartz for More...

Columnists - Free Access

Pets, Pets, Pets

"How much is that doggy in the window?" DON'T ASK. Reputable breeders do not sell their puppies to pet stores. Puppy millers and backyard breeders do. We the consumers create the market for the pathetic pet store pups. More...

Opinion

Editorial

We mourn loss of hard-working Americans

We can't imagine the heartbreak and loss being endured by the families of the six miners who now, we must acknowledge, have lost their lives in Utah. More...

How real is Bush border plan?

Our first reaction is that it seems to be too little too late, but with some optimism we're encouraged to see that President George W. More...

DRAWING CONCLUSIONS

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Babylon Bay Fest brings together sun, fun and community

The mid summer sun dipped into the Great South Bay, leaving a golden blanket across the water. Cool winds had banished the humidity of the day, providing a perfect setting for the annual Bay Fest in Babylon Village. More...

People in the News

GSH accepts donation of new wheelchairs from DPFD

Deer Park Fire District and the Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) Surgeons recently donated five extra large wheelchairs to Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center to be used throughout the hospital. More...

Copiague man killed in car accident in Bay Shore

Suffolk County Police Third Squad detectives are investigating a motor vehicle crash that claimed the life of a Copiague man. More...

Tranquil moments at Argyle Lake

Man finds some comfort away from the maddening crowd at Argyle Lake recnetly. He was there with only the sun, the Geese and a good book to keep him company. PHOTO BY CLIFF DE BEAR More...

 

People/Social

Great entertainment and more at BBS Country Fair

Entertainment at the Gazebo is just one reason thousands come to Argyle Park in Babylon each year for the annual Babylon Beautification Society Country Fair. This year's fair, Sunday, Sept. More...

All 4 Sports and Fitness hosts fundraiser

Fun, good health and charity all came together in March when All 4 Sports and Fitness in West Islip opened its doors to Winthrop families and the West Islip community with a party to celebrate healthy living and to raise funds for the Cancer Center More...

Bob and Eleanor Misegades celebrate 50th

Bob and Eleanor (Pearsall) Misegades, of West Islip, celebrated their 50th anniversary on August 3, 2007. More...

Obituaries

David Drew: 20-year Babylon Village resident & WWII vet

Former Babylon Village resident David P. Drew, a proud World War II veteran, died July 30, 2007 with his family by his side in Key West, Florida where he relocated in 2004. He was 87 years old. More...

Carl Fuchs at 73, talented businessman

Entrepreneur Carl E. Fuchs, who was a talented singer, interior designer, landscaper, hotelier and restraunteur, died at his Trenton, New Jersey home on July 31, 2007. He was 73 years old and was an Amityville High School graduate, class of 1951. More...

Jack Burns: 72, former NYS Trooper

Retired New York State Trooper John F. "Jack" Burns, who lived inLindenhurst for many years, died July 31, 2007 at New Island Hospital in Bethpage. He was 72 years old. More...













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