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May 2, 2001 RSS feed / Front Page

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New County plan puts homeless kids in Head Start

Children living in cramped rooms at local motels, often isolated from the rest of the community, and without the opportunity to learn and grow up in a healthy environment, deserve a chance to a have a better quality of life says Suffolk County Presi More...

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Events & Calendar

North Amityville taxpayers association to hold insurance workshop

The North Amityville Taxpayers Association will hold an insurance workshop, Saturday, May 19, 10 a.m. at the NATA office located at 568 Route 110, Amityville. More...

First annual "Relay for Life" fundraiser set

The American Cancer Society has been a major presence in Suffolk County for many years offering a number of patient and family services, cancer support groups, tobacco control programs and lifesaving research. More...

Babylon Green Party meeting to be held

A meeting of the Babylon Green Party will be held Saturday, May 5, 2 p.m. at the home of Ian and Kimberly Wilder. Please call 631-842-9395 for directions. More...

Opinion

Gaffney and nine lawmakers got it right

Congratulations to the nine Suffolk County Lawmakers who had the courage to vote last week to uphold Suffolk County Executive Robert Gaffney More...

ASD Trustee says vote no on school budget Dear Editor:

For years Trustees Andrews, Cahaney and I have tried to alert the public to the huge multimillion dollar slush fund that is the school district budget. More...

ASD Trustee should remove herself from the board Dear Editor:

Trustee Stephanie Andrews must remove herself as a board member from the Amityville Union Free School District by an immediate resignation. More...

ASD Board exchanges barbs

Trustees approve new spending plan but More...

Copiague Schools present new spending plan that puts major resources into secondary education

As a larger student population moves from the elementary to the Middle and High School, Copiague officials have put together a school budget for next year that includes the addition of 18 new teaching positions, 15 of which will be for secondary lev More...

ASD proposes $49M school budget for next year

An adopted budget for the coming year in the Amityville School District is expected to raise the tax rate to $113.24 in Babylon and $62.94 in Oyster Bay. More...

Volleyball fundraiser

On Friday, May 11, Amityville More...

 

People/Social

Amityville Woman’s Club holds annual President’s Day at Unqua Corinthian Yacht club

The Unqua Corinthian Yacht Club was the scene of the Amityville Woman More...

Pontorno’s of Copiague welcome Tyler Daniel

Matthew and Wendy Pontorno, of Copiague, announce the birth of their son, Tyler Daniel Pontorno on April 1, 2001 at New Island Hospital in Bethpage. He weighed 7 pounds, 7 ounces and was 20 and one half inches long. More...

Mary Heery recognized for volunteer literacy efforts Mary Heery of Amityville was among Project Literacy Outreach volunters honored at a breakfast at the Marriott Hotel, Melville on April 1.

Lucille Cuttler, founder and director of Project Literacy presented gifts to all the volunteers. More...

Obituaries

Edwin P. Bryant, former resident of Amityville and retired Grumman employee

Edwin P. Bryant, of Fresno, California and formerly of Amityville, died Thursday, March 29 at his home. More...

Lewis F. Phillips, 89, of Copiague

When Lewis F. Phillips More...

Ann C. Fischer, former Amityville resident and owner of Fischer’s Confectionery

Ann C. Fischer, of Ft. Lauderdale, Florida and formerly of Amityville, died April 17, 2001 at the age of 85. She is predeceased by her husband Oscar Fischer. Surviving Mrs. More...

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