By Long Island News & PR June 18, 2013
Track Work Will Continue Overnight.
By Vickie Moller June 18, 2013
Last month, proposed 2013-14 spending plans in six Long Island school districts were rejected by voters, and today residents are heading back to the polls to recast their votes.
By Wendy L June 12, 2013
Babylon may be the next village to have a bill banning invasive bamboo. The legislation is up for review next month.
By Eric Anderson June 09, 2013
A Connecticut woman was arrested for prostitution in East Meadow; Capital One bank in Babylon was robbed; Medford crash claims a teen’s life.
By Joe Randazzo June 01, 2013
Seven months later, Hurricane Sandy has brought one more plight.
By Long Island News & PR May 30, 2013
NY Works Funds Belmont Ave and Robert Moses Causeway Bridge Repairs
By Vickie Moller May 22, 2013
Long Islanders approved a total of 118 out of 124 district spending plans for the 2013-14 school year voted on Tuesday.
By Joe Randazzo May 19, 2013
Huntington might pass legislation for environmentally friendly tax breaks.
By Allison Gayne May 16, 2013
The latest information and updates regarding three of Long Island's largest towns - Babylon, Huntington and North Hempstead - were recently revealed during CIBS LI's Meet the Supervisors Breakfast.
By Eric Anderson May 12, 2013
John Beaumont allegedly stabbed his older brother; Man caught on video assaulting victim on NYC subway.
By Long Island News & PR May 09, 2013
Trained Staff to Help Sandy Victims with Applications for Federal Housing and Business Recovery Aid.
By Wendy L May 02, 2013
It was an odd scene on a Long Island highway early Thursday afternoon. A small plane made an emergency landing on Route 231 in Babylon near the West Islip border.
By Robert Ottone April 30, 2013
Roman Blum, a Staten Island Holocaust survivor passed away at the age of 97 - leaving his estate unsettled and unclaimed.
By Long Island News & PR April 21, 2013
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced that New York State has provided over $8 million to areas affected by Superstorm Sandy for the reimbursement of costs for cleaning up after the storm.
By Vickie Moller April 19, 2013
Hurricane Sandy and Winter Storm Nemo are behind us, and the plows that moved tons of snow have been retired for the season.
By Vickie Moller April 01, 2013
The first "Important Information" entry on the West Babylon Union Free School District's homepage is a notification that elementary report cards have been posted--directly followed by a notification that an Active Shooter Drill is to ...