Lillian Barbash, LI's 'First Lady of the Arts,' dies
Lillian Barbash transformed the Islip Arts Council into a musical powerhouse and helped create the now defunct Long Island Philharmonic, died July 4.
CityMD wants to set up office in Babylon Village
It would be the first walk-in urgent-care facility in the village, but the health care provider must get approval for a special-use permit from the planning board.
Babylon sets 2 more hearings under 'crack house' law
If multiple arrests for offenses such as drug possession occur within a year at a property, the town can take action, which often includes evicting residents.
Police: Two teens hurt, one critically, after West Babylon crash
The single-vehicle crash closed a section of Montauk Highway in West Babylon, Suffolk County police said.
Police: CVS robbed at gunpoint
Suffolk County police are searching for two men who they said stole prescription medication during an armed robbery at a CVS store in West Islip early Thursday.
School board trustee apologizes for Facebook post
Jennifer Wandasiewicz referenced the last words of a dying George Floyd to criticize Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo for canceling graduation for the Class of 2020, prompting calls for her resignation.
Work resumes on elevator install at West Babylon school
An elevator is being added to Forest Avenue Elementary to bring the building into compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, but the work was interrupted when the pandemic hit.
Bruce Kleisler: Avid sailor, worked at Grumman
A talented painter and photographer, he worked as a flight test safety engineer at Grumman for 35 years.
Longtime grocer opens new location in former CVS
The West Islip shop offers lots of produce, fresh meat and fish, prepared food and more.
Bike-share program permanently canceled in Suffolk
Boston-based Zagster Inc. cited the financial fallout from COVID-19 in announcing it would not resume the program in the villages of Babylon, Patchogue and Hampton Bays or provide refunds.