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December 2, 2009 RSS feed / Front Page

Help for Warriors comes to Babylon

The Town of Babylon hosted the Long Island Run for Warriors this month, honoring the country’s wounded veterans. More...

HEAP home heating assistance available

As temperatures drop, concerns rise about the ability to affordthe high cost of heating our homes. More...

Special Sections

Schools/Sports

Tough loss for Warriors in LI Championship

By Chris R. Vaccaro Seaford took revenge for its defeat in the 2007 Long Island championship and beat Amityville, 34-20, in this year’s Class IV title game. More...

North Amityville School-Community connection gives students a vision

The North Amityville Taxpayers Association (NATA), in partnership with Every Child Matters, once again coordinated the participation of the Amityville Public School District in this year’s Children’s Campaign. More...

VIP Cafe opens at Amityville Memorial HS

Amityville Memorial High School students participated in the VIP Café Program, developing work skills by serving breakfast to administrators and teachers each Friday. More...

Events & Calendar

Record CALENDAR

Thefollowing 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...

Donate to Every Child’s Dream, Inc. coat drive through Dec. 7

Suffolk County Legislator Wayne R. Horsley is sponsoring his annual coat drive. For many Long Islanders, making a choice whether to buy food or winter clothing has become an unfortunate reality. More...

Free vaccines Dec. 11

The Suffolk County Department of Health will be at the Amityville Public Library, Fri. Dec. 11, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m., offering free H1N1 vaccines to children between the ages of six months to 18 years of age. More...

Opinion

They sounded the alarm

Editorial

Instead of talking about prosecuting Michaele and Tareq Salahi, the brazen couple who crashed President Barack Obama’s first State Dinner, Congress should be organizing an award’s ceremony for them. More...

DRAWING C ONCLUSIONS

Full Story

Levy in violation of charter

Dear Editor: Suffolk Executive Levy has been after the Suffolk Police since he took office and has reduced police services and moral. More...

Today's news: 12/7/09

Community gathers for Tree Lightings

Amityville Village and Babylon Town kick off the season More...

Fire District races Dec. 8th

Elections for Fire Commissioners are being held in the Deer Park, West Babylon, West Islip and Copiague Fire Districts. Commissioners are volunteers and receive no compensation for their service. More...

Turkey Bowl

The annual Turkey Bowl in Amityville was held, and participants and their fans enjoyed some beautiful weather. More...

Amityville FD volunteers remember the needy

The Amityville Fire Department’s Hose Company One organized and held a food drive Sat. and Sun., Nov. 21st and 22nd at Stop and Shop in Amityville. More...

 

People/Social

Copiague’s Vincent Aponte graduates basic training

Army Pfc. Vincent J. Aponte has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, South Carolina. He is the son of Cynthia Serrano of Copiague and a 2008 graduate of Copiague High School. More...

Three Green Party of Suffolk members elected chairs of National Committees

The Green Party of Suffolk is proud to announce that its chair Roger Snyder and secretary Ian Wilder have been elected to be cochairs of the Green Party of the United States (GPUS) Accreditation Committee (AC) and Presidential Campaign Support Commi More...

Park Avenue hosts Hispanic speakers

In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, students at Park Avenue Elementary S chool in the Amityville Public School District hosted Babylon Town Councilman Tony Martinez and Suffolk County More...

Columnists - Free Access

Pets, Pets, Pets

Cats are like potato chips. It is hard to have just one. Thatsaid- there is a right and wrong way to introduce a new cat to your feline residents. More...

Library

Record LIBRARY

Copiague 50 Deauville Blvd. 631-691-1111 More...

Obituaries

Martha Mary Carroll, resident of Amityville, loving mother

Despite her age, Martha Mary Carroll was determined to live a full life. She gardened and mowed her lawn and was an artist. She died Oct. 16, 2009 in New Island Hospital in Bethpage. She was 93. More...

Donald Cardwell: former East End Civic Association President

Longtime Massapequa resident and local leader Donald A. Cardwell died Nov. 2, 2009 at Good Samaritan Hospital in West Islip. He was 94 and had lived on Clocks Boulevard for more than 62 years. More...

Mary Alice Powell, Sunday School teacher, Amityvillian

Lifetime Amityville resident Mary Alice Powell died Oct. 26, 2009 at Broadlawn Manor Nursing Home in Amityville. She was 97. She was born May 1, 1912 in Amityville to John Vale and Lucy (Cornelius) Powell and graduated Amityville schools. More...













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