November 24, 2011 RSS feed / Front Page

BSD Interim Sup't. Peter Daly says he's not seeking permanent post

While the Babylon Schools Board of Education continues its national search for a superintendent, the current interim superintendent, Peter Daly, Ed.D, formally announced at the school board meeting held Mon., Nov. More...

Woman killed; two Lindenhurst residents injured in car crash in Copiague

Suffolk County Police First Squad detectives are investigating a crash that killed a woman in Copiague Friday morning.  More...

Babylon firefighters honored for longtime service

Three longtime Babylon Village firefighters were recognized by the Village Board, to honor their years of service to the community.  “The contribution of these men to the community is tremendous and we owe them a debt of gratitude for all More...

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Schools/Sports

Help prevent bullying among school-age children

Child Abuse Prevention Services (CAPS) urgently needs volunteers to join its efforts to stop bullying and cyber-bullying among school-age children.  More...

Lindenhurst students get a taste of poetry at the Poetry Café

Wearing black berets, Lindenhurst’s Harding Avenue third-grade students created their own Poetry Café. Jennifer Cavallaro’s class read their writings to their classmates and invited guests.  More...

West Islip senior awarded for ideas on Smart Growth

Kids grow up fast. More...

Obituaries

Gertrude Regina Johnson, former resident of West Islip, served in the U.S. Navy

Between 1943 and 1946, Gertrude Regina Johnson served in the U.S Navy as a Radioman, 3rd Class, working to decipher Japanese code.  “My mother was definitely born before her time,” said her daughter Kathleen McGowan. More...

Opinion

EDITORIAL

OWS protestors have trampled on the rights of other Americans

The right of Americans to speak freely, and “petition government for redress of grievances,” is based in our glorious Constitution. But as in the exercise of all rights, there is a measure of responsibility that has to be exercised. More...

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American opposition to immigrants is a sad fall from its historical beginnings

Arizona, Alabama, and Georgia have each enacted stringent laws aimed at curbing illegal immigration. Before saying more, let’s be clear about the alleged problem. What is an “illegal immigrant”? More...

Two serious car accidents keep Lindy Vamps busy Thanksgiving Day

Shortly after 8 a.m., Thursday, Thanksgiving Day, the driver of a Toyota Corolla was injured in a single car accident just after 7 a.m. on Montauk Highway near Pecan Street, Lindenhurst. More...

Coming up...

•Conklin House annual Cookie Contest: Thurs., Dec. 1 at the Conklin House, 280 Deer Park Ave., Babylon Village. To register call Cindy Theiss at 631-587-6352 or Kathy Ruggieri, 631-669-2970. More...

Forest Avenue School acknowledges students for Perfect Attendance

The West Babylon School Districts honored students from Forest Avenue Elementary School who attended school without any absences for the 2010-2011 school year. More...

Town Surf Fishing tourney winners

The annual Surf Fishing tournament was held at Overlook Beacon Oct 7-9. The first Place winner for a 13.5 pound Blue Fish was John Mineatola. The first place winner for a 23 pound Striped Bass was Bill Fisher. The raffle winner was Andy Richman. More...

 

People/Social

Justin Littell named as one of L.I’s Top Young Professionals

S.C. Leg. Lou D’Amaro (D-North Babylon) recently honored his own chief of staff, Justin Littell of East Islip, on being named one of Long Island’s 2011 Top Young Professionals by the Huntington Chamber of Commerce.  More...

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Pets, Pets, Pets

Our first annual Bully Breed Brigade was a huge success! Pit participants converged in Wantagh from all four corners of the universe, the Long Island universe, that is. More...

Library

AT YOUR LIBRARY THIS WEEK

Babylon Library,  24 S. Carll Ave. • 669-1624  • Santa’s Workshop Cake in 3D: Tues, Dec. 6, 7-8:30 p.m. More...

Events & Bulletin

Village of Babylon offices closed November 24th

The Village of Babylon offices will be closed and there will be no rubbish or garbage pick-up on Thurs. Nov. 24 in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday. Residents should not put rubbish or recycling out to the curb on holidays. More...

Babylon Cub Scout Pack 99 holiday wreath sale Dec. 2

Babylon Cub Scout Pack 99 will be selling holiday wreaths at the Babylon Village “Night of Shopping” to be held Fri. Dec. 2, 5 to 10 p.m. Their booth will be on the property of United Methodist Church. More...

Skills Unlimited, Inc. Chinese auction Dec. 2

Skills Unlimited, Inc., a vocational training and mental health center, has scheduled a Chinese auction for Fri., Dec. 2. at 405 Locust Ave., Oakdale. The doors open for viewing at 6:30 p.m. and the auction will begin promptly at 7:30 p.m. More...

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