January 10, 2008 RSS feed / Front Page

Lindenhurst School District coordinator selected Administrator of the Year

Doug Ward, Lindenhurst School District coordinator of Instructional Technology was selected Administrator of the Year by Western BOCES School Library System. More...

Two N. Babylon teachers honored for their hard work

Last month, two North Babylon teachers were honored by the Suffolk County Police Athletic League for their hard work and dedication as volunteers this past summer. More...

Levy sworn in for second term

S.C. Exec. Steve Levy was sworn into office after winning reelection by a large majority in November. The inauguration took place at the Suffolk County Community College campus in Brentwood Jan. 6, with N.Y.S. Assemblyman Robert Sweeney presiding. More...

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Schools/Sports

Lindenhurst Digital Art contest winners

Congratulations go to Lindenhurst students Nora Boujida, Sandra Cridlin, Breanna Perso, Carmela Valente, and Nicole Tomacheski for being accepted into the Digital Long Island Student Exhibition. More...

A kickoff cultural concert for Deer Park students

This fall students at the John F. Kennedy Intermediate School are learning about the musical cultures of Peru and Trinidad. More...

West Islip athletes sign Letters of Intent

Two lacrosse players from West Islip High School just signed Letters of Intent with institutions of high learning where they will be continuing their studies in the fall. More...

Obituaries

Judith Graziano of Lindenhurst, at 64

Longtime Lindenhurst resident, and wife of a former Amityville Village Police Officer, Judith Graziano, died Dec. 18, 2007. She was described by her family as a woman who spent her life caring for her husband and family. She was 64 years old. More...

Opinion

School bomb threats are no laughing matter

A youngster was arrested this week for making bomb threats against Lake Grove High School. This follows similar incidents last month in Amityville and Copiague. More...

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S.C. Exec. Steve Levy's Inaugural Address: A Vision for Suffolk's future

We often take for granted what an amazing concept this event is - one man who was placed in a position of power by the people freely relinquishes it to another, because the system is bigger than any one individual. More...

People in the News

Two student athletes from West Babylon High School were honored at the 2007 Student Awards Dinner. Suffolk Zone of NYS AHPERD chose Shannon Smith and Richard Nicolini from a pool of hundreds of applicants. More...

Locals graduate

•Lee J. Bliss, of Babylon, received a bachelor arts in international relations from Boston University, Boston Massachusetts. •William L. More...

DPHS takes 1st at its First Robotics Competition

Deer Park High School hosted the third annual Deer Park For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology (FIRST) Robotics Invitational. More...

NBHS in Cablevision challenge January 13th

All-star student scholars from North Babylon High School will challenge Greenport High School in the first round of the 11th season of Cablevision's The Challenge, an academic quiz show designed to test students' knowledge in a Jeopardy-style f More...

Nominate your favorite physician

Do you know a physician who should be recognized for his/her outstanding service and support to his/ her patients? Has his/her compassion and comfort touched you or someone you know? More...

 

People/Social

Annual Tapestry Ball fundraiser commemorates 125th anniversary of The Long Island Home

The Long Island Home's annual fundraiser, The Tapestry Ball, was a resounding success - raising awareness and much needed funds for both South Oaks Hospital and Broadlawn Manor Nursing and Rehabilitation Center. The event, held on Nov. More...

Columnists - Free Access

Pets, Pets, Pets . . .

The 1958 jingle: "My dog's better than your dog, my dog's better than yours, my dog's better 'cause he eats Ken-L Ration, my dog's better than yours" is more than a silly brag. More...

Library

This week at the library

Babylon, 24 S. Carll Ave. 669-1624 •Crazy for Quesadilla's: Saturday, January 12 from 1-2 p.m. for kids grade 6-12. •Tai Chi for Arthritis: Monday, January 14, 28, Feb. 4, 11 & 25 from 10-11 a.m. $12 pp fee. More...

Events & Bulletin

CALENDAR OF EVENTS

The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week: SUNDAY, January 13 •Debtors Anonymous: 6:30 p.m., Ascension Lutheran Church, 33 Bay Shore Road, Room 9, Deer Park. Free. For info. call 917-319-2819. More...

Babylon Elementary School annual fair festival

On Oct. 26, the Babylon kindergarten through sixth grade PTA held its Annual Fall Festival. Families of elementary school students were invited to celebrate fall with face and pumpkin painting, games and fortunetellers. More...

Babylon Village Arts Council sponsors events

Babylon Village Arts Council is planning many events throughout the upcoming New Year. More...













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