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Hurricane Irene Comes and Goes


This story contains a video Posted Aug. 28, 5:10 p.m t turned out it was its size more than its power that made Hurricane Irene such a force to be reckoned with here on Long Island.


WB's South Bay School ready to open

Building completely restored from fire

This story contains a video With the major construction on South Bay Elementary School completed, and the final touches being placed on the building, the West Babylon School board has set the date for a ribbon cutting ceremony for Tues., Sept. 6, 6 p.m. In addition the district will hold a school board meeting in the building Sept.

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Babylon Town Welcomes its Wounded Warriors

This story contains a video Beneath a blazing sun and temperatures that tipped the 100-degree mark, hundreds of bikers and their supporters came out for the annual Babylon Town Soldier Ride July 22. The event helps to raise money—and the spirits— of America’s combat-wounded troops from the country’s war on terrorism.

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NOYL program to stop underaged drinking kicks off its second year in Babylon Village - Free Access

This story contains a video For the second year, supporters of the Babylon Community Coalition’s program to keep children safe by engaging local merchants in a strategy to prevent underaged drinking were out spreading the message last week. The kickoff of the second campaign began at Village Hall where students, parents, educators and law enforcement officials gathered.

Babylon celebrates Memorial Day; the unveiling of historical statue

This story contains a video Beneath beautiful bright skies and cool breezes, Babylon Village held its annual Memorial Day Parade and dedicated the new fountain in front of the Babylon Historical Preservation Society Museum on Main Street.


Babylon Town considering rezoning proposal for Muncie Road

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This story contains a video Muncie Road in West Babylon is a busy street that is rich in history. Many of the homes built there were the first in West Babylon on land purchased from the Indians. Now, however, many of them are gone, and a proposal by a local developer to construct another multi-family complex on Muncie Road will level another one.

Babylon Village dedicates new fountain

This story contains a video Posted Mon, June 6, 2011


Town announces establishment of veterans home ownership assistance program

This story contains a video On June 22, 1944, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt signed the Servicemen's Readjustment Act, commonly known as the G.I. Bill of Rights. By the time the benefits of the bill expired in July 1956, 2.4 million veterans had home loans backed by the Veterans' Administration. That program led to the development of suburban communities across the country, including many on Long Island.


Carpenter to make run for Suffolk County Executive


This story contains a video Posted Wed., March 30-

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