June 17, 2010 RSS feed / Front Page

Vehicle with six teens inside hits tree and takes a dive into Argyle Lake; no injuries reported

Jim Szewczyk was riding the red Toro lawnmower on the grass at Argyle Lake last week when he saw a 1997 vehicle hit a telephone pole along Trolley Line Road. Thevehicle was pushed off the road by the impact and was heading straight toward him. More...

Chocheles is a leading scorer at Rensselaer

Conor Chocheles is the third leading scorer on Rensselaer’s men’s lacrosse team. Chocheles, a graduate of Babylon High School started all nine games. He has 12 goals and seven assists for 19 points. More...

Babylon Village celebrates opening of Old Town Hall

Babylon Town celebrated its history as it opened the restored Old Town Hall and unveiled the Babylon Museum. More...

Woman seriously injured in West Babylon hit and run

A Long Beach woman was struck and seriously injured by a vehicle in West Babylon Thurs., June 10, shortly before midnight. The drive fled scene. More...

Special Sections

Library

It’s Happenin’ At Your Library

The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week: SATURDAY, June 19   •Families Anonymous: 10 a.m., New Life Community Church, 380 Lakeland Ave., Sayville. For info., call 581-3418. More...

Events & Bulletin

This Week’s events

The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week: SATURDAY, June 19   •Families Anonymous: 10 a.m., New Life Community Church, 380 Lakeland Ave., Sayville. For info., call 581-3418. More...

BACCA’s 21st Annual Judged Art Exhibition

Artists from all across the Long Island and metro areas are invited to enter The Babylon Citizens Council on the Arts (BACCA’s) 21st Annual Judged Art Exhibition which will take place from Mon., June 28 to Sat., July 3 at the BACCA Arts Center More...

Deer Park provides support for Neighboring district

Deer Park’s John Quincy Adams Elementary School Parent Teacher Association (PTA) sponsored a schoolwide book drive for the district’s neighbor, South Bay Elementary in West Babylon. More...

Opinion

DRAWING CONCLUSIONS

Full Story

Congratulations to the Bulldogs, Lions, Devils, Marauders, Cougers and Chiefs

Congratulations and a big shout out to the Lindenhurst baseball team, the West Islip Boys Lacrosse team and the Massapequa Boys Volleyball team who made first place in state rankings following games last weekend. More...

Free speech is still everyone’s right in America

Dear Editor:   On March 25 you printed my comments that you titled America needs to pay attention to those who are undermining the Constitution. On June 3 you printed a rebuttal to my comments by Charles Litwin, Babylon Village. More...

Heather Lubrano graduates summa cum laude

West Babylon scholar moves on for further study

Heather Lubrano, of West Babylon, graduated summa cum laude from St. Joseph’s College in Patchogue, during a ceremony held on June 1, 2010 at Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum. More...

Philip Murtha, veteran and firefighter, dies

Murtha was model for Firefighters Memorial Statue in front of Babylon Town Hall

As a serviceman for his country, a volunteer for his community and a family man, World War II veteran and former New York City firefighter Philip Murtha was a role model, both literally and figuratively. More...

In the News

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WB community helps win $1,500 for South Bay School

Joann Scott, principal of South Bay Elementary, received a phone call from Apperson Education Products congratulating the school on winning the grand prize of $1,500.   More...

First Precinct Officers among those honored by Police Commissioner

Suffolk County Police Commissioner Richard Dormer honored the efforts of both officers and civilians at the department’s 45th Annual Awards Ceremony at the Van Nostrand Theatre in Brentwood on May 12. More...

 

Columnists - Free Access

Pets pets pets

Sometimes there is no rhyme or reason why certain “desirable” dogs or cats languish at a shelter. For the last month a handsome, friendly young Siamese cat has been waiting to be discovered at Babylon Town Shelter. More...

Babylon News & Muse

Last Friday, June 11th, Isabel Gallagher celebrated her 95th birthday at home with a dinner party that included her children: Isabel Freeman and her husband, Dick of Babylon; Janet Gallagher of Brooklyn; Bob Gallagher, Laura Gallagher, and myself, M More...

Pomodorino restaurant and caterers holds Grand Opening Celebration on June 1

Promotional items for local businesses are printed at no charge as space permits. Readers and business owners can submit items for this column to us at acjnews@rcn.com or via U.S. Postal Service at 65 Deer Park Ave., Babylon, NY 11702. More...

Obituaries

Anita North of West Islip; member of many local organizations

Anita North, a longtime West Islip resident who was renown for her commitment to her community, died May 11 from complications of a heart condition. More...

James Flynn, veteran, local restauranteur and honorary member of Southward Ho Country Club

James Flynn spent most of his childhood growing up on Ocean Avenue in Bay Shore. Years later he would tell his children what it was like to grow up in the community, which he loved. More...

Legals - Free Access

Public Notices - Your right to know

Notice of formation of Piano Masters LLC. Arts. of Org. filed with Sect’y of State of NY (SSNY) on 4/21/10. Office in County of Suffolk. SSNY has been designated for service of process. More...













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