January 24, 2008 RSS feed / Front Page

Suffolk County initiative cracks down on crime

Their name sounds more like a group of comic book super heroes than a law enforcement initiative, but the results are very much real life. Suffolk's Impact Team has made more than 300 arrests in the year since it was established. More...

Police make arrests at West Islip bar; NYS Liquor Authority notified

Five people were arrested at a West Islip bar for selling alcohol to minors and the bar's bouncer was charged with being an unlicensed security guard. The arrests took place Jan. 10 at 11:30 p.m. at Zoinks Bar, 401 Sunrise Highway. More...

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Schools/Sports

Deer Park School District Conducts Emergency Preparedness Drill

While it's common for districtwide instructional staff to meet with the Superintendent and central office administration days before the beginning of a new school year to prepare for the return and subsequent instruction of students, in Deer Park, More...

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Deer Park Little Doctor's Acknowledged

Long Island Blood Services recognized the students of Deer Park's John F. Kennedy Intermediate School with a congratulatory ice cream party in thanks for their participation in the Little Doctors program. More...

Obituaries

Lou Luba, Amityville resident, teacher and coach

Ludwig F. "Lou" Luba, who taught physical education for 30 years in the Massapequa School District, died Dec. 9, 2007 at Good Samaritan Hospital in West Islip. He was 78. More...

Opinion

Editorial

New recycling law for plastic bags in Suffolk should get notice by Nassau lawmakers

A new law passed in Suffolk County provides the mechanism to have consumers and supermarkets recycle plastic grocery bags. The bill, sponsored by S.C. Leg. More...

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Public Commentary

Catholic Schools Light the WayÑ this year's National Catholic School Week theme

The 2008 theme for Catholic Schools Week is "Catholic Schools Light the Way." The theme focuses on the leadership that Catholic Schools provide our nation, producing graduates who light the way to a brighter future for all mankind. More...

Babylon Village Board makes changes in planning, architectural and BOA posts

The Babylon Village Board has made a number of appointments over the past month, prompted by the retirement of 20-year Babylon Plannng Board member William Lockwood. Replacing Lockwood as chairman is Robert Carpenter. More...

N.Babylon resident tapped by State for College Council

Paul F. Caroleo of North Babylon has been appointed to the Farmingdale College Council. The appointment was made by Gov. Eliot Spitzer and announced by Farmingdale State President Dr. W. Hubert Keen. More...

One arrest made in Deer Park burglary

Suffolk Police arrested a Bay Shore man, charging him with the break-in to a home on 18th St., in Deer Park Wed., Jan. 9. More...

High School Athletic Notebook

Here's a look at the latest action for the boys basketball teams in our readership areas: All information is as of January 2 Amityville: Basketball on Long Island wouldn't be whole without a talented Amityville boys basketball team that knows how More...

Schumer to Feds: Stop penalizing Suffolk's seniors

Saying it was time to treat Suffolk's seniors fairly, U.S. Sen. More...

 

People/Social

2007 Fall athletic outstanding accomplishments

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Deer Park senior gets scholarship

Deer Park High School senior athlete Lynn White is shown signing a Letter of Intent to attend and play lacrosse for Monmouth University under a partial athletic scholarship. More...

Airman Paul Boris graduates

Air Force Airman Paul Boris has graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. More...

Columnists - Free Access

Pets, Pets, Pets . . .

Inscribed-"Blencathra Bell Boy (Thomas) / I belong to the Duke of Windsor"- it's not your typical dog tag; nor is it your typical price tag. This metal ID hangs from 1 of 5 leather collars that once adorned Pugs owned by the British royal couple. More...

Events & Bulletin

Lindy Junior Fire Dept. receives grant

Lindenhurst Mayor Thomas Brennan, Clerk-Treasurer Shawn Cullinane and Trustee Michael Lavorata were on hand at a recent holiday celebration to present the Lindenhurst Junior Fire Department with a $3,400 special grant for the purchase of new parade More...

Ascension Lutheran kids enact traditional Swedish Santa Lucia Fest procession

Shown in the photos youngsters prepare to enact the story of Santa Lucia during Advent worship at Ascension Lutheran Church, 33 Bay Shore Rd., Deer Park. More...

Babylon Grade School recognized for participation in “Operation Share a Spirit”

Students in the Babylon Memorial Grade School were recognized recently for their participation in "Operation Share A Spirit," a program designed to send U.S. troops overseas gifts, cards and other items for the holiday. More...

Legals - Free Access

PUBLIC NOTICES

NOTICE OF SALE SUPREME COURT: SUFFOLK COUNTY, KEN LEVY, Plaintiff vs. Andrew Hagans, Defendants. Index No. 06-18665. More...













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