Click here to download a free MP3 of the song "The Friendly Village by the Bay" by Bruce Jenney.

June 11, 2008 RSS feed / Front Page

Breaking news, June 13, 2008: Police seek witnesses to fatal motorcycle accident

More...

Take a trolley ride through Amityville's past

Amityville Heritage Fair Saturday offers historical tours and much more

Down every street, within every building and around every corner in the Friendly Village by the Bay, a rich history awaits. Those willing to explore can stand to inherit a wealth of understanding that links the present with the past. More...

Local writes a song for Amityville

"The warmest people you can always count on. More...

Special Sections

Schools/Sports

St. Martin 7th and 8th graders have undefeated season

St. Martin of Tours school in Amityville is in its second year since joining the Catholic Middle Schools Athletic Association (CMSAA). This year the seventh and eighth grade boys basketball teams both had an undefeated season. St. More...

Columnists - Free Access

Pets, Pets, Pets

Blaze is taken home

Part 2 of "The Fugitive Feist": Blaze Flies Home to Atlanta Saturday June 7th AirTran Flight 341 out of La Guardia had a special Babylon Shelter passenger, one who had been featured on News 12 the night before. More...

Keep your cool, but save energy too this summer

(NAPS) Energy experts say that more than half of consumers' home energy dollars go toward home heating and cooling. More...

Obituaries

Joyce Duryea, Amityville resident

Longtime Amityville resident and area bank teller, Joyce C. Duryea died May 18, 2008 at New Island Hospital in Bethpage. She was 64. She was born January 19, 1944 in Kew Gardens and was raised in Farmingdale. More...

Opinion

Marcia Besserman served the Chamber with distinction

Editorial

A story in this week's paper outlines the results of the recent election for the president in the Amityville Chamber of Commerce. More...

Public Commentary

Re: U.S. must address energy crisis and develop energy independence by Frank Stalzer

Dear Editor: The U.S. imports over 10 million barrels of crude oil per day. ANWR's one million barrels per day would be only 10 percent of our daily imported oil and only about five percent of our total oil consumption. More...

DRAWING CONCLUSIONS-

Full Story

Today's news, June 16, 2008: The Fair around the Lake

The annual Deobrah Hospital Foundation Arts and Crafts Fair ... More...

Today's news, June 15, 2008: New Village Hall nearing completion

The walls have been spackled and are awaiting paint. The floors still need to be raised and finished, but the construction on the new Amityville Village Hall is going strong. More...

Amityville readying for major changes in Central Office

Over the next several weeks, the Amityville School District will be interviewing candidates for several positions in Central Office, as many of the top administrators will be leaving this summer. Amityville School Superintendent Dr. More...

Girl Scouts hold annual coat drive

Amityville Jr. Girl Scout Troop 532 held its annual coat drive this past winter and did an outstanding job of collecting and sorting coats. The Troop is shown here with some of the bags of coats they collected from family and friends. More...

John DiLiberto elected as new Amityville Chamber of Commerce President

John DiLiberto, of Island Drafting in Amityville, was elected president of the Amityville Chamber of Commerce following an election last week. He replaces longtime President Marcia Besserman of Barkley Shades and Blinds of Amityville. More...

 

People/Social

Amity Artists Circle holds First Poetry Contest

There may not have been many submissions for the Amityville Artists Circle's (AAC) first poetry contest called "Simply Stated," but the poems sent in were intense, crackling with nuance, and anything but simple in meaning. More...

Amity man receives Nation's 2nd highest Military Award

Air Force Chief Master Sergeant Dennis Richardson of Amityville was recently recognized by Sen. Chuck Fuschillo, Sen. Owen Johnson and Assemblyman Robert Sweeney for earning the Air Force Cross, the second highest military honor in the U.S. More...

Locals Serve

•Navy Ensign Richard L. Brooks, son of Sylvia Brooks of Amityville, recently graduated from the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland, and was commissioned as an officer in the United States Navy. More...

Events & Calendar

Cub Scout Pack #2 recruits for future leaders at Heritage Fair on June 14

The Cub Scouts of Pack #2 were given a tour of Babylon Town Hall and given an opportunity to meet and ask Supervisor Bellone questions. There are more outings and programs planned for the summer and upcoming school year. More...

Emma Henzy is principal for a day

Third grader Emma Henzy, of St. Martin of Tours school in Amityville was the Principal for a day. The school had their annual fashion show and Emma's mom Kerry, won the silent auction giving Emma the opportunity to be principal. More...

"Pub Crawl" fundraiser for Long Island's Ed Lowe

Ed Lowe, popular Long Island columnist, has begun the long process of physical therapy to recover from a recent stroke. More...

Legals - Free Access

PUBLIC NOTICES- Your Right to Know!

Amityville Record SUPREME COURT - COUNTY OF SUFFOLK WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A., AS TRUSTEE FOR MASTR ASSET BACKED SECURITIES TRUST 2005-OPT1, Plaintiff against NAHEED KHAN A/K/A NAHEED CHAUDHRY, et al Defendant(s). More...













Suffolk County Shelter Locator and Storm Surge Zone Mapping Tool
The Shelter Locator and Storm Surge Zone Mapping Tool