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August 29, 2007 RSS feed / Front Page

Science of Spirituality in Amityville hosts worldwide spritual leader

One of the greatest benefits of meditation is that we will not only have peace in our own homes but will contribute to the peace of the world. More...

Babylon resident saved from stormy waters by Bay Constable

Friday,August 3 was a beautiful, calm summer day , just the kind of a day that Jack Spiezio of Peninsula Drive, Babylon likes to spend on the water. He took his 20-foot Garvey flat bottom boat out on the Bay for some bass fishing. More...

POLICE BLOTTER

The following incidents have been reported by the Amityville Police Department and Suffolk County Police Departments and other local fire and law enforcement agencies GRAND LARCENY North Amityville: On August 8, sometime before 4 p.m., s More...

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Pets, Pets, Pets

Spooky and MJ: Peripheral Pet Victims Although one is an older dog and the other a young cat, Spooky & MJ have a lot in common. More...

Obituaries

Linda Capitano, mother, sister, daughter at 57

Linda Capitano, a Lindenhurst resident and a graduate of Lindenhurst High School Class of 1969, died of ovarian cancer August 2, 2007. More...

John Bergaglio: former Amityville Kiwanis President

Former Amityville resident John J. Bergaglio, Jr., who relished spending time on the beach near his West Gilgo Beach home, died August 8, 2007 at Good Samaritan Hospital in West Islip. He was 68-years-old and lived in Amityville for almost 15 years. More...

DMV closes Amityville office

The Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) office on Route 110 is now closed and a new state-of-theart office has opened in its place in Massapequa, Commissioner David J.Swarts announced this week. More...

Legislator Horsley Recognizes Evelyn Chivvis

Suffolk County Legislator Wayne R. Horsley presented the Suffolk County Volunteer of the Year award to Lindenhurst resident Evelyn Chivvis for her commitment and dedication to the community. More...

Longtime St. Martin's principal S. Maureen Galvin looks forward to new challenges

Sister Maureen Galvin has given her notice, said her goodbyes, and with a sense of great achievement and palpable sadness, files away the last remnants of her 20 year tenure as principal of St. Martin of Tours in Amityville. Prior to joining St. More...

Joint APO and SCPD investigation results in arrest of church burglar

A joint investigation by the Amityville Village Police Department and the Suffolk County PropertyRecovery Section led to the arrest of a subject who was charged with burglarizing the Simpson Methodist Church July 17. More...

 

Schools/Sports

Harris is Ducks' newest hometown hero; roster turnover continues as losses pile up

It would certainly be quite a stretch to find any positives in losing a player like Jose Offerman for what will most likely be the rest of the season. More...

Events & Calendar

Selichot service to be held at Temple Sinai

Temple Sinai of Massapequa and Amityville, a Reform congregation is inviting all area residents to its Selichot service, Saturday, September 8. Dessert will be served at 7 p.m. followed by a discussion and service with Rabbi Janise Poticha. More...

Locks of Love event August 30

St. Martin of Tours student Madison Mangels has organized a Locks of Love event to be held at Self Image Salon, Amityville, Thursday, August 30, 3 p.m. More...

Babylon craft fair coming in October

The 30th annual Babylon Town craft fair will be held Saturday, October 6. If you are interested in having a table you can pick up an application, Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. More...

Opinion

Clear out obstructions

Editorial

With the summer blooming season coming to a close, there are many locations throughout the towns and villages where burgeoning trees and bushes are posing a safety hazard. They block the view of oncoming traffic. More...

Let's cut the kids a break

Editorial

For more than two months, our children have been relatively carefree, out of school and into the wonderful days of summer. They've slept in and stayed up late. They've been to the beach and at the pools. More...

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