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October 23, 2003 RSS feed / Front Page

Babylon Town Supervisor candidates talk Quality of Life

The third of several articles focusing on the race between Democratic incumbent Town Supervisor Steve Bellone and his Republican Conservative opponent Lindsay Patrick Henry. More...

Four vie for two seats on the Babylon Town Board

Four candidates are seeking a seat on the Babylon Town Board November 4. It is an at-large election. The two candidates receiving the most votes will be seated. More...

Special Sections

Obituaries

Elizabeth "Boots" Curlander of Amityville

Elizabeth Virginia ("Boots") Curlander, a longtime resident of Amityville, died September 28, 2003 at North Shore University Hospital, Plainview. She was 90 years old. More...

Ludwig Czeisel, former resident of Copiague

Ludwig Czeisel of Venice, Florida and formerly of Copiague died September 25, 2003 at his home. He was 84 years old

He was born August 6, 1919 in Budapest, Hungary to Jacob and Julia Webber Czeisel. Mr. More...

Arnold Woiler, veteran and resident of Amityville

Arnold Woiler, of Amityville, died September 5, 2003 at Brunswick Hospital Center, Amityville. He was 82 years old. More...

Park Avenue renovations moving forward

Describing the work of bringing the Park Avenue project back on line as a "slow tedious process," Jeffrey Cooper, a spokesman for the district More...

Annual Thomas Smith

Ragamuffin Parade

The Amityville PBA will hold its annual Thomas H. Smith Ragamuffin Parade, Saturday, October 25 at 10 a.m., rain date Sunday, Oct. 26. The parade formation will be on Broadway at Railroad Avenue in the Memorial Park parking lot. More...

$5M in lawsuits pending against PA contractors

While the completion of the Park Avenue building continues to be a priority of both school officials and residents in Amityville, other issues, including how much the project is costing and what the status is of the various lawsuits related to the pr More...

WB resident seeks board seat through write-in campaign

Cesar Malaga, a West Babylon homeowner of Latino descent who has always involved himself in local government and politics, wants to serve his community as a member of the Babylon Town Council. More...

 

People/Social

Local scholars

Meredith Joy Kay More...

Pequan wins first place in

First United Methodist Church art contest

Standing behind her exhibit of computer-designed artwork is Christine Nelson of Massapequa. Nelson won first prize at The First United Methodist Church of Amityville More...

Sen. Johnson earns honors from CSD

The Copiague School District Council of Pitas recently presented Senator Owen Johnson with the unit's Honorary Lifetime Membership Award and Assemblyman Robert K. More...

Opinion

ASD Park Avenue project is moving forward, finally

As a story in this week More...

It’s School Board

Recognition week in NYS

The week of October 27 through October 31 has been named School Board Recognition Week by Gov. George Pataki. These individuals, who give up a great deal of their personal time to serve their neighbors and friends are volunteers. More...

Working from home is often doing double-duty

The Great Experiment. No, not George Washington and the American Republic. I refer to an experiment that would have much larger ramifications to humankind. At least this human. More...

Poll

Should President Barack Obama grant amnesty to illegal immigrants through a Presidential executive order?












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