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May 20, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

People in the News

State Senator Owen H. Johnson (4th Senate District, Babylon), chairman of the Finance Committee, was honored earlier this year for his many contributions to the athletes of the Special Olympics and his strong support of the program. More...

Special Sections

Events & Calendar

Record CALENDAR OF EVENTS

The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week:
THURSDAY, May 20
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Obituaries

Frances Perullo, a resident of Amityville for more than 30 years

Frances Perullo was a woman endowed with a tremendous inner strength and sense of independence. She divorced at a young age and was left to raise two sons on her own. More...

Amelia Cano, resident of Copiague since 1912

Amelia Cano, a resident of Copiague since 1912, attended Great Neck Road Elementary School, the same school her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren attended, according to her daughter Adriana Richard Ludgate. More...

Theresa Csercsevits,74 year resident of Amityville

Theresa Csercsevits, a 74-year resident of Amityville, died April 26, 2004 at Brunswick Hospital Center, Amityville. She was 78 years old. More...

Historical

Record of the Past: August, 1932

Young boy makes a brave effort
to save his grandfather near Gilgo

Ten-year old Richard Rosenbusch, of Amity Harbor, tried his best to save the life of his grandfather, Richard Cordes, aged fifty-seven, when the man slipped from the deck of a gunning dinghy near the south end of the Gilgo channel on Friday afternoon More...

Record of the Past: August, 1944

Supervising Principal Fred B. Paynter announced at 11 this morning that Amityville More...

Amityville Record’s historical documentary premiers Sunday

On Sunday, May 23, the Amityille Record and the Amityville Historical Society invite you, your family and your friends to join them for the premier showing of The Amityville Record: With Amityville, For Amityville and In Amityville for 100 years. More...

Town and First Precinct gets State $$ to fight gang violence

Several years ago, retired Correctional Officer Eddie Graham decided that if his community of North Babylon was to address a growing threat from youth gangs, a problem that has been on the rise nationwide, it had to offer alternatives to those young More...

 

People/Social

New York sports icons help fight disease

Surfside 3 Marina of Lindenhurst along with Blue Honu Restaurant of Huntington and the David Cone Foundation kicked off the boating season last night with a fundraiser to benefit the fight against Lou Gehrig More...

Amity Junior League Woman’s Club welcomes new members

Eight new members were welcomed into the Junior League of the Amityville Woman More...

Rotary Club hosts fundraiser for local family

On Sunday, May 2, the Amityville Rotary Club hosted a pancake breakfast to benefit five-year-old Jake Brower and his family at the First Methodist Church, Broadway, Amityville. More...

Opinion

Let’s all gang up on gang violence

A cover story this week outlines how the state is helping local municipalities and police departments counter gang activity in their communities. The funding recently received by Babylon Town and the Suffolk County Police Department More...

Let’s clean it up, please

The garbage and litter on South Railroad Avenue, Lindenhurst, highlighted two weeks ago as a local spot that needs some attention is not only still there, but increased. More...

Reader does not support Iraqi invasion

In his letter in the April 14 issue of the Amityville Record, Mr. Howell fails to mention that the Korean War was actually a United Nations operation. More...

Poll

Do you expect to spend more this holiday season than you did last year?












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