VANDERBILT ALVA YACHT – William K Vanderbilt’s yacht, named for his mother, Alva Vanderbilt Belmont. William K. Vanderbilt II (1878-1944) spent years dreaming of and designing his 264-foot yacht Alva. The ship, named after his mother, Alva Vanderbilt Belmont, was custom-built at the Krupp-Germaniawerft shipyard in Kiel, Germany. On August 5th, the Vanderbilt Museum
NEW LOOK FOR COPIAGUE SCHOOLS – Copiague School District opened its doors, unveiling some new renovations for the start of the 2018-2019 school year, on September 5th. Photos courtesy of Copiague School District After almost two years of construction and renovations throughout many of its schools, Copiague School District opened its doors for the start […]
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GIRL SCOUT EARNS GOLD AWARD – Celebrating Sarah’s achievement are from left to right: Ed Wiggins, District Representative for State Senator Phil Boyle; Mary Adams, Babylon Village Trustee; Janine Logan (Sarah’s mom); Sarah Logan; Keith Logan (Sarah’s dad); Suffolk County Legislator Kevin McCaffrey; Town of Babylon Councilman and Deputy Supervisor Antonio Martinez.
STRIDES AGAINST BREAST CANCER – ABC Eyewitness News correspondent, Stacey Sager, asks PSEG Long Island team captain Lindsay McKinley to speak about her company’s commitment to fighting breast cancer at the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer kickoff breakfast. Photo courtesy of PSEG Long Island West Islip resident Lindsay McKinley, a call center supervisor, is one
WEST BABYLON OPENING DAY – West Babylon School District welcomed its students and staff for opening day on September 5th. Photo courtesy of West Babylon School District West Babylon School District students and staff were all smiles as they entered their respective buildings for the start of the 2018-2019 school year on Sept. 5. With […]
LARGEST SCHOOL SUPPLY DRIVE – Special delivery for 7,000 students in need across Long Island. Photo courtesy of United Way Long Island United Way of Long Island’s Stuff-A-Bus program, in partnership with Suffolk Transportation Service, Inc. celebrated 10 years of helping students succeed by donating 175,000 school supplies to 7,000 students across Long Island,
RACING TO SUPPORT MPS RESEARCH– All ages coming out to support National MPS Society. The Post Office Cafe in Babylon is hosting the 27th Annual Race for MPS on Saturday, October 20th in celebration of Mark and Casey Lessing. Proceeds from the race will benefit the National MPS Society, Inc. Registration and check-ins begin at […]