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January 14, 2009 RSS feed / Front Page

Amityville Sgt. Ernie Thompson retiring after 30 years

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...

Amityville Detective Bruce Pescitelli speaks at DAR luncheon

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Copiague 50 Deauville Blvd. 631-691-1111 •On Sat., Jan 17, 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. a heart saver adult/child CPR course will be offered. The cost is $46 including book and certification card. Payment in cash is due the day of class. More...

Obituaries

Mary McDonough loving mother and volunteer at Good Samaritan

Lifelong Amityville resident Mary "Mazie" G. McDonough died Nov. 24, 2008 at Broadlawn Manor Nursing Home in Amityville. She was 82 years old. She was born Mary Kretz on Aug. 17, 1926 to Mae G. McDonnell and James W. Kretz on Sterling Place. More...

Amityville's Tammy O'Connor, at 49

Amityville resident and loving family member Tammy A. O'Connor died Nov. 28, 2008 at her home after losing her second brave bout with cancer. She was 49. More...

Red Sherrill, member of Amityville Masonic Lodge

Longtime Lindenhurst resident and active community member Holton "Red" Bost Sherrill died Nov. 29, 2008 in Wilmington, North Carolina. He was 98. More...

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NOTICE TO BIDDERS The TOWN OF BABYLON Commissioner of General Services will receive sealed proposals for BID #09G3 VINYL & REFLECTIVE ROLL MATERIAL FOR SIGN MAKING MACHINE BID #09G4 ANIMAL FOOD BID #09G5 POWER LIFTER, VFORCE OR EQUAL BID #09G6 LA More...

Jan. 19, 2009: Amityville athletes picked for sportsmanship awards

When it comes to being recognized for excellence, Amityville More...

Village meets in new building; old issues addressed

The Village of Amityville held its first official public board meeting in the new Village hall on Monday, and while the venue was new, the issues were not. More...

Local folks in the NEWS

Students' Artwork on Display

Visitors to the Long Island Museum of History, Art and Carriages in Stony Brook can enjoy the artistic talent of three students from Park Avenue Elementary School in the Amityville Public School District throughout the winter during which time the More...

Amityville Historical Society Installation & Holiday party

On Sunday December 14th the Amityville Historical Society held their 40th annual Christmas Party and Installation for the President and officers at the William T. Lauder Museaum on Broadway in Amityville Village. More...

 

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Pets, Pets, Pets

"A Meow Mystery" Can we conjure the spirit of Robert Stack for an unsolved meow mystery? Marci, a 14 ½ year old indoor cat missing from her Deer Park home since last January waltzed up her own driveway almost a year to the day More...

Events & Calendar

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The following is a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week. Readers should know that meetings are subject to change without notice. More...

Utopia Home Care offers free training

Utopia Home Care, Inc. announced that it will hold its free caregiver training classes at its Babylon office, 120 Deer Park Ave. as a community service, Wed., Feb. 4. More...

Amity Middle School to present 10 X 10

The Edmund W. Miles Middle School Drama Club will present its first nonmusical performance this year with their production of 10 by 10 on Jan. 30 and 31, 2009, 7:30 p.m. at Amityville Memorial High School, 250 Merrick Rd. More...

Opinion

More than bricks and mortar

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The future will look Amityville Village held its first official meeting in the courtroom of the new building on Monday, and while not an official introduction to the building for the public, the event was nonetheless marked. More...

Ten easy tips on how to be a good neighbor

Public Commentary

Dear Editor: I have lived in the beautiful Bay Village of Amityville for over 30 years and have enjoyed its unique atmosphere and relatively small population. More...

Shoppers should step up and be held accountable

Dear Editor: Recently, one of the hot topics in the news has been: who if anyone was responsible for the death of the Wal-Mart employee who was trampled to death on Black Friday. The answer is and has been obvious. More...

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