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July 26, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Amityville stars shine brightly at Picnic of the Stars

The Amityville Union Free School District Picnic of the Stars More...

Special Sections

Schools/Sports

Scholars in the NEWS ...

Adrienne C. Egglinger, of Amityville, received a bachelor of arts cum laude in communication studies from the College of Arts and Sciences at Alfred University, Alfred, New York. She is the daughter of Mrs. and Mrs. More...

Fowl Ball! Weekly report on the DUCKS

Ducks' Dozen: 12th Straight Win Sets New Club Record

Unfortunately for the people of Queens, the Long Island Ducks have been generating more electricity than Con Edison over the last week. More...

Columnists - Free Access

Scholars in the ...

Adrienne C. Egglinger, of Amityville, received a bachelor of arts cum laude in communication studies from the College of Arts and Sciences at Alfred University, Alfred, New York. She is the daughter of Mrs. and Mrs. More...

Pets, Pets, Pets...

It was a storybook wedding even though the Bride wore a harness over her gown, the Maid of Afghan kept shaking off her veil, the Best Lab stole the squeaky toy "Hairy Winston" ring during the vows, and the Groom growled at the Flower Girl over a cook More...

Obituaries

Caroline Burton Terry: newspaper editor and Coast Guard Auxiliary volunteer

When she wasn't in the newsroom, Copiague resident Caroline Terry taught safety courses to young boaters as a member of the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary. More...

Marion Turner: seamstress, Amityville Historical Society member

Marion W. Turner, an accomplished seamstress was active with the Amityville Historical Society and taught sewing and tailoring in adult education at Amityville High School. More...

Eugene J. Blumberg, former Amityville resident

Eugene was born to a poor family in Detroit, Michigan, December 25, 1909. Orphaned at an early age, "Gene" worked his way through public schools, college (University of Michigan) and law school (St. More...

Lightning strikes home in Amityville

In the midst of the storm on Tuesday night, a flash of lightning crossed the roof of a home at 563 Broadway in Amityville. It struck near the chimney and sent a roaring blast throughout the community. More...

Three arrested for robberies

The Suffolk County Police First Squad Detectives have arrested three subjects for a street robbery and an attempted robbery of a patron in a laundromat in Copiague. The suspects were later tied to two additional robberies in Nassau County. More...

Amityville Police investigating series of burglaries

The Amityville Police Department, in conjunction with the Suffolk County Police Department First Squad Detectives, is seeking the public's help in solving a series of burglaries in the Amityville area. More...

 

People/Social

Amity Harbor resident Linda Scarlato awarded degree in Science

was awarded a bachelor of science degree in health administration, summa cum laude, with a minor in computer information systems from St. Joseph's College in May 2006. More...

Jeannie Lozowski winner of essay contest

Astoria Federal Savings Bank recently sponsored a National Teach the Children Essay Contest, open to children ages five to 12 years old. The winner of Astoria Federal's West Babylon Branch is Jeannie Lozowski of the Village of Amityville. More...

They're engaged!

Dan and Linda DeMarco of Amityville announce the engagement of their daughter, Ali, to Rob Herzog of Central Islip. Ali is a recent graduate of St. Joseph's College with a bachelor's degree in child study. More...

Library

At the Library...

Amityville Oak and John Streets 631-264-0567 Registration is underway for summer programs including a P.A.C.E. exercise program Arthritis Foundation, introduction to Ta'i Chi Ch'uan and more. Contact the Library for details. More...

Events & Calendar

CALENDAR OF EVENTS

The following are a list of public meetings and special More...

Never too young to celebrate!

It was a red, white and blue celebration. Madeline Arleen Boehning, 12 months (shown left) and Hannah Kathleen Aissa, 14 months (right) at the annual Independence Day events in Amityville Village. More...

St. David's to hold bible school

June Neumen has announced that St. David's Evangelical Lutheran Church in Massapequa Park will hold its annual Vacation Bible School, August 21 to 25, 9:30 a.m. to noon. More...

Opinion

New proposal for companies doing work with Suffolk bares all

Suffolk County Executive Steve Levy must sometimes feel like he is a child watching the Emperor parade before the masses in his new clothes. More...

It was the people who battled the incinerator

Dear Editor: In response to William Hill's two letters to the editor, I would like him to know the facts about Bergen Point. More...

NY Times was right

Dear Editor: My conscience compels me to write regarding the July 5 editorial, the "New York Times Was Wrong." I don't think so because it is necessary to view historical decisions within the context of conditions that exist (existed) at the time. More...

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