December 22, 2011 RSS feed / Front Page

Lindenhurst Village votes to opt-out of 2% tax cap

Officials say they need flexibility in this the first year of the new mandate

Posted Fri., Dec. 23- By Michael Scro More...

Babylon Town Lights up for the Holidays

Babylon Town Supervisor Steve Bellone enjoys the Town's tree lighting celebration with his wife Tracey and daughters Katie and Millie. More...

Two cute for words

Twins Thomas and Daniela Capolongo, children of Thomas and Tara Capolongo of Bay Shore, recently celebrated their second birthday. More...

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Schools/Sports

Star swimmer at Babylon HS signs Letter of Intent

Babylon High School senior Carolyn Koch recently signed a National Letter of Intent to swim for Lehigh University next fall.  More...

NB’s Parliament Place Elementary School’s Kathryn Dein recognized for innovation

Kathryn Dein, a 20-year veteran teacher at Parliament Place Elementary School in the North Babylon School District, was honored at the Long Island Technology Summit with the first annual Fred Podolski Leadership and Innovation in Technology Award. More...

Bay Shore HS award winning essayist

Congratulations to Bay Shore High School 10th grade student, Asia Stewart. Asia placed second in the “Celebration of Suburban Diversity 2011” student essay contest. More...

Events & Bulletin

Family Service League group meetings to be held beginning Jan. 5

Family Service League is offering a support group for children coping with changing families. Children of families going through a divorce or separation experience many different feelings and emotions that are most often not expressed. More...

Singles 35 to 60 share skills

Singles 35 to 60 are needed to help form a new weekly skills sharing group for business, cultural, education, health and sports with others at somethingincommon2005@yahoo.com.  More...

Suffolk Zone honors Harding teacher

The Lindenhurst School District announced that Harding Avenue Elementary School’s physical education teacher Richard Price is the recipient of the Suffolk Zone Teacher of the Year award.  More...

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Public Notices

NOTICE OF SALE SUPREME COURT: SUFFOLK COUNTY Wells Fargo Bank, NA as Trustee Pooling and Servicing Agreement dated as of October 1, 2006 Securitized Asset Back Receivables LLC Trust 2006- WM2 Mortgage Pass- Through Certificates, Series 2006-WM2; Plai More...

Deer Park School Board in disagreement over "free" snow days

Measure passes, 5-2

Posted Wed., Dec. 28- The Deer Park School Board voted to include two “free” snow days in the 2012-13 school year, which means that students and staff do not have to make them up. More...

Two charged with stealing holiday gifts

Pair nabbed in Lindenhurst where incidents took place

Suffolk County Police arrested two men Dec. 20 after they were found to be in possession of several packages that were stolen from the front of homes in Lindenhurst. More...

North Babylon Schools award tenure, honors

At last month’s school board meeting the North Babylon School staff took center stage winning awards and earning tenure.  More...

Happy Holidays in Lindenhurst Village

Lindenhurst Village Mayor Tom Brennan gives Santa a hand at the Village's tree lighting parade and celebration by taking lists from some local children. More...

Santa visits West Islip Fire Headquarters

The West Islip Fire Department held its annual Breakfast with Santa event Dec. 4 and as usual drew an enthusiastic crowd of the young and young-atheart.   More...

 

People/Social

S.C. Leg. Horsley commends George Walters for service to Community

The Rotary Club of Lindenhurst honored George Walters of Lindenhurst during their Installation and Awards Dinner.  More...

Amityville Woman’s Club holds meeting; honors Sinatra

The Amityville Woman’s Club held its meeting Tues., Oct. 11 at Sergio’s in Massapequa. Barbara Lozier called the meeting to order and Ethel MacGill led everyone in the Pledge of Allegiance. Grace was led by Dianne Schlitt. More...

Lions Club responds to help the imminent call for food at Outreach in Wyandanch

The Lions Club Sunny Suramericano was the first to respond to the imminent call for food at the Outreach in Wyandanch, a needy community. The club members brought many cans and non-perishable food items.   More...

Columnists - Free Access

Pets, Pets, Pets

Subject Line on Dec. 1st Post-  “Franklin, WV: No Shelter, Dana  Suffers the Cold”  More...

Obituaries

Arthur Amendola, Lindenhurst resident, served in U.S. Air Force

by Carolyn James  Arthur Amendola, who served 20 years in the United States Air Force and then worked for the West Islip Post Office for 30 years, died Nov. 13, 2011.  More...

Opinion

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A tale of two Christmases

It is easy to celebrate Christmas when all seems right with the world; when our homes and our hearts are joyful and filled with happiness and a wonderful promise of the future. More...

PUBLIC COMMENTARY

Officer’s death is a reminder of life’s fragility and the power of love

Dear Editor:  The outpouring of love and support for the family of New York City Police Officer Peter Figoski, who was killed in the line of duty, has been tremendous.  More...













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