February 1, 2018 RSS feed / Front Page

Winter Weekend Events

Friday, February 2   •On Fri., Feb. 2 at 5 p.m., the library will have Heart Flower Pot. “I’ve loved you from the start, with all my heart. I’m decorating this flowerpot, with all I’ve got. More...

Special Sections

Schools/Sports

West Babylon Senior H.S. students participate in DECA competition

Sixty-three students from West Babylon Senior High School participated in the annual DECA regional competition at Suffolk County Community College on Jan. 3. More...

West Islip junior commissioners keep it clean with KIC

West Islip High School students Gregory Bove, James Landhauser, Samantha Landhauser, Thomas Landhauser, Edward Smith (not pictured) and Samantha Soevyn were recently inducted as Keep Islip Clean Junior Commissioners at a Brookwood Hall ceremony. More...

Bayview Elementary School participates in Scholastic Pajama Drive

Several students in Justin DeMaio’s classroom at West Islip’s Bayview Elementary School recently participated in Scholastic’s Pajama Drive. More...

Events & Bulletin

BEACON CALENDAR

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

Supermarket Bingo Feb. 9

A Supermarket Bingo event will be held Fri., Feb. 9 at 14 Avon Pl., Amityville. The annual event is sponsored by the Order of Eastern Star Amityville chapter No. 700. More...

BVAC presents February’s featured poet Barbra Southard

Babylon Village Arts Council will present Barbra Southard, February’s featured poet for its poetry series held at Jack Jack’s Coffee House at 223 Deer Park Ave., Babylon beginning Feb. 1.  More...

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Public Notices -

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NOTICE OF SALE SUPREME COURT COUNTY OF SUFFOLK J PMORGAN CHAS E BANK, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, AS PURCHASER OF THE LOANS AND OTHER ASSETS OF WASHINGTON MUTUAL BANK, AS SUCCESSORIN INTEREST TO LONG BEACH MORTGAGE C More...

Babylon Village Volunteer Corps: Helping out friends and neighbors

It might be something as simple as picking up a prescription or taking out the trash. It could mean volunteering a few hours to help out a not-for-profit organization, or spending some time with a senior citizen who could use a little friendship. More...

Village of Lindenhurst hosts another presentation on Tritec Real Estate Company’s proposal

The Village of Lindenhurst Board of Trustees recently hosted an informational presentation on Tritec Real Estate Company’s proposal for 260 multi-family rental units at 75 East Hoffman Avenue. More...

 

People/Social

S.C. Leg. Susan A. Berland sworn in as legislator for the 16th Legislative District

S.C. Leg. Susan A. Berland (D- 16th L.D) was sworn in for her first term as legislator for the 16th Legislative District at the annual organizational meeting of the Legislature on Jan. 2. More...

North Babylon H.S. Academic Team qualifies for History Bowl Nationals

Under the leadership of adviser Erin Casserly, the North Babylon High School Academic Team qualified a group of its students for the History Bowl Nationals following its impressive performance at the History Bowl and Bee at White Plains High School.& More...

Preserving South Shore’s clamming history

For generations, locals found their livelihoods harvesting clams from the Great South Bay. “Clamming is our heritage,” said Scott Lockwood of Babylon. More...

Columnists - Free Access

Babylon News & Muse

•Well January has been busy for the Village. The Mayor and a group of parents have formed the BVVC…The Babylon Village Volunteer Corps. More...

Pets, Pets, Pets

Oh, no! Is kitten season on Long Island becoming longer, or worse, year round? The photo below of two kittens is worrisome. Is our typical kitten season becoming a pattern of the past? More...

Opinion

Our readers open their hearts, and their closets, to children in need

We had a tremendous response from many of our beloved, loyal readers, to our A Case for Caring program. We collected 45 gently used suitcases, backpacks and carry bags, all of which will be donated to social services agencies. More...

DRAWING CONCLUSIONS

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Federal government’s plan for offshore drilling would be devastating to Long Island

PUBLIC COMMENTARY:

I am deeply concerned regarding the Department of Interior’s Draft Proposed Plan to permit offshore drilling leases along the Atlantic Coast and other protected areas of the outer continental shelf despite mounting opposition from states, coast More...













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