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May 9, 2001 RSS feed / Front Page

Bye Bye Birdie—Amityville Style

The Amityville High School was really hopping on Friday April 20, 2001. The audience was quite full and the anticipation hung patiently amid the tuning of the orchestra. More...

Special Sections

Events & Calendar

Calendar The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week: THURSDAY, May 10

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Babylon announces swimmingregistration is underway

Once again the Town of Babylon will offer a progressive swimming lesson program which incorporates guidelines set forth by the American Red Cross, Steve Bellone announced recently. More...

Looking for local Waves

Were you a Navy Wave? The Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York chapters of Waves National are holding their regional conference at Stony Brook University (Long Island), June 7 through 10. More...

Obituaries

Edward Scotti, member of local Knights of Columbus

Edward Scotti found pleasure in playing Santa Claus for children every year, and he was known as the Mayor of his neighborhood because he was always there to trim a tree or reach out to someone who needed help. More...

Eleanore Phillips, former resident of Amityville

Eleanore Phillips, a resident of Amityville for more than 50 years, died in Florida, April 24, 2001. She was 87 years old. More...

Terence Burnett, part-time resident of Amityville

Terence (Tref) J. Burnett, an occasional resident of Amityville, died April 7, 2001 at Agape Manor Hospice in Calgary, Alberta, Canada at the age of 54 after a long battle with lymphoma. More...

Village looks for public input on proposed zoning changes

Amityville Village Mayor Peter T. Imbert is hoping to get the public More...

Majority hangs in balance in Amityville race for two new school board trustees

Voters in the Amityville School District will make a decisive move on May 15, when they select two individuals to the school board. Their decision will either further entrench the board More...

Math Fair

Amityville Memorial High School sent nine students to the Long Island Math Fair held at Suffolk County Community College in Selden, March 30. More...

 

Schools/Sports

Amity Head Start gets funding for Foster grandparent program

The Foster Grandparent Program recently received a $5,000 donation from the Northrop Grumman Corporation to cover the cost of a one-year Foster Grandparent adoption at the Amityville Head Start Center. More...

Miles Middle School seven enter Math Fair

The Edmund Miles Middle School in Amityville sent seven students to the Long Island Math Fair held at Suffolk County College in Selden, March 30. The students and their topics were: Dael Cepeda - Pascal More...

Golf comes to Amityville School District

Amityville Memorial High School now has golf. The team is coached by Steve Fucarine, a special education English teacher who has been in the district for five years, four at the Middle School and one at the high school. More...

Opinion

Local control means more than just voting on school district budgets

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Residents want open space at end of Unqua Place preserved Dear Editor:

A previous letter to the Editor discussed the private property for sale at the end of Unqua Place in Amityville. The writer made an eloquent appeal to More...

Reed Hospital remembered  

Recently, we asked our readers if they could recall Reed Hospital in Amityville and we received several wonderful letters, as well as a photo of the hospital. The following is a letter and reminiscence from Mrs. More...













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