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Babylon Town Welcomes its Wounded Warriors

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Beneath a blazing sun and temperatures that tipped the 100-degree mark, hundreds of bikers and their supporters came out for the annual Babylon Town Soldier Ride July 22. More...

2011 Babylon to the Beaches Soldier Ride

Beneath a blazing sun and temperatures that tipped the 100-degree mark, hundreds of bikers and their supporters came out for the annual Babylon Town Soldier Ride July 22. More...

Cpl. Colin Leitch deploys to Afghanistan

U.S. Marine Cpl. Colin Leitch was deployed for this third mission in Afghanistan July 6.  Cpl. Leitch is in the U.S. More...

Capital One bank in Babylon Village robbed

A man entered the Capital One Bank branch in Babylon Sat., July 30, demanded cash from a teller and fled. Suffolk County Police Major Case Investigation Unit detectives are investigating the robbery and gave the following account:  More...

Good Samaritan Hospital volunteer honored for saving the life of friends mauled by bear

He doesn’t consider himself a hero, and said helping to save the life of four other students of the National Outdoor Leadership School in Alaska after they were attacked by a grizzly bear, was simply a case of applying what he had learned as a More...

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Pets, Pets, Pets

While searching for the Westminster Kennel Club in Babylon, it took several years to find out what caused the demise of the elusive Westminster clubhouse. More...

PETS FOR ADOPTION

Shown above, “Kit n’ Kaboodle” More...

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING TOWN OF BABYLON   More...

Library

Babylon Library,  24 S. Carll Ave. • 669-1624  •Travel Photography: Tues., Aug. 9, 7-8:30 p.m. Use your digital camera to make summer memories. Bring camera, fresh batteries and manual to class. Registration underway.  More...

Four charged with burglary at Deer Park Pool

Suffolk County Police First Squad detectives have arrested four men charging them with burglary at the Babylon Town pool in Deer Park. Police gave this account: More...

Local athletes take part in Massapequa Mile Run

Aug. 6, 2011: West Islip High School athletes, Jessica and Katelyn Ball were first and second place winners at the Massapequa Mile run, sponsored by the Massapequa Road Runners Club today. More...

Babylon Welcomes its Wounded Warriors

Hundreds join Soldier Ride July 22, 2011

Photos by Joe Turner and Carolyn James More...

Race for Babylon Town Council starts with some controversy

It’s relatively early in the campaign season, but already there have been some verbal salvos lobbed. More...

West Islip Little League takes 2011 Championship

The West Islip Gold dominated the District 34 (Western Suffolk) 12-year old Little League baseball tournament, winning all its games en route to the District Championship. More...

Lindy teachers partner up with Molloy College and National Grid

Francis Amendola of Deer Park and Gavin Costanzo and Lauren Wilbert of Lindenhurst worked with National Grid Foundation and Molloy College on environmental issues and to provide suggestions on incorporating environmentally focused curricula into thei More...

Deer Park Elementay School honors Pat Walling

Deer Park May Moore Elementary School celebrated Nurse’s Week in recognition of its valuable medical professional, Pat Walling. More...

 

Schools/Sports

Swim, Bike and Run Triathlon held at Lindenhurst High

More than 70 students participated in the fifth annual Bulldog Triathlon at Lindenhurst High School. More...

Events & Bulletin

This week’s Calendar of Events

The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week: FRIDAY, August 5  More...

Amityville Artist Circle photography show August 5

The opening of the Amityville Artists Circle’s photography show will be held Fri., Aug. 5, 7 to 9 p.m. at the Circle Gallery, 186 Broadway, Amityville. For information, call 516-541-0457.   More...

Lauder Museum exhibit till Sept. 30

The Lauder Museum is featuring an art exhibit about the Amityville Beach through Sept. 30. Many early photos are on display. Hours are Tuesday, Friday and Sunday 2 to 4 p.m. More...

Opinion

DRAWING CONCLUSIONS

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The defeat of the proposal to borrow money to partner in the development of an entertainment hub at the Nassau Coliseum has been defeated. The people have spoken and we respect that. More...

Our Country’s two-party system is not serving the interests of America

Dear Editor:  More...













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