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Babylon, New York is located in Suffolk County. Zip codes in Babylon, NY include 11702, 11703, and 11707. The median home price in Babylon is $459,000 which is roughly $220/per square foot. More Babylon information.

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3 hrs ago | Pizza Marketplace

Blaze Pizza announces a handful of new locations

Blaze Fast-Fire'd Pizza, today announced that it will soon be opening three new locations in the greater New York/New Jersey area. The company also announced it will open its 18th SoCal location Sept.

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7 hrs ago | Newsday

Suffolk: 165 mosquito samples test positive for West Nile virus

A total of 165 mosquito samples in Suffolk County have tested positive this year for West Nile virus, with the most recent collected Sept. 3, 4 and 5, county health officials said Tuesday.

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11 hrs ago | Patch.com

Kindness Counts at Babylon Elementary

Continuing its kindness initiative, which began last school year, Babylon Elementary School welcomed award-winning storyteller, recording artist, actor and author LuAnn Adams for a kickoff assembly on Sept. 12. During the PTA-sponsored assembly program, entitled "Celebratin' Children," Adams used puppets and instruments to tell folk tales from around the world featuring inspirational, can-do kids.

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13 hrs ago | Patch.com

Bellone to Propose $5 Million in 'Jumpstart' Program

County Executive Steve Bellone was joined by Presiding Officer DuWayne Gregory, Legislator Bill Lindsay III, Brookhaven Town Supervisor Ed Romaine and labor and community representatives Monday to announce a proposed $5 million in funding for four major infrastructure projects which are expected to create thousands of jobs, encourage economic growth and facilitate the development of transit-oriented downtowns.

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17 hrs ago | Daily Kos

Astrology of the Heart

Today the science of Astrology has been debased in some ways by the wish for a quick and basic audio bite of details as well as a basic focus found in numerous publications, on Astrology that simply takes into consideration the position of the sun as well as not the full natal chart. Since all the planets are taking a trip at various rates around the sunlight, a birth graph isn't really duplicated for 25,000 years.

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Mon Sep 15, 2014

Newsday

Pedro Hernandez in videotaped confession: 'I couldn't let go' of Etan Patz

In Babylon closed due to accident on Rt-231/Deer Park Ave NB between Railroad Ave and CR-50/John St/Union Blvd In Babylon closed due to accident on Rt-231/Deer Park Ave NB between Railroad Ave and CR-50/John St/Union Blvd In Babylon closed due to accident on Rt-231/Deer Park Ave SB between CR-50/John St/Union Blvd and Railroad Ave In Babylon closed due to accident on Rt-231/Deer Park Ave SB between CR-50/John St/Union Blvd and Railroad Ave In Smithtown construction work on NY Rt-25 WB between Rt-111/Rt-25a/Hauppauge Rd and Rt-110/Walt Whitman Rd in Huntington Station In Smithtown construction work on NY Rt-25 WB between Rt-111/Rt-25a/Hauppauge Rd and Rt-110/Walt Whitman Rd in Huntington Station In Huntington Station construction work on NY Rt-25 EB between Rt-110/Walt Whitman Rd and Rt-111/Rt-25a/Hauppauge Rd in Smithtown In Huntington Station construction work on NY Rt-25 EB between ... (more)

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Free Williamsburg

Maxim vs. FREEwilliamsburg - Our Back to Back DJ Sets

Making a pit stop at Rough Trade isn't much of a digression from Maxim's everyday life. "The setup is quite similar to the one at home," the London-based Singer, DJ and Producer says while browsing through his favorite vinyls, most of which come from the golden eras of reggae and funk.

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Patch.com

Babylon Junior-Senior High School Welcomes New Administrators

This new school year, the Babylon Junior-Senior High School welcomed two new administrators, one new to the district and one familiar face. Following years of teaching earth science and AP environmental science at Glen Cove High School, Matthew S. Ryan has been appointed assistant principal of the junior-senior high school.

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News12.com

Study released on 9/11 responders with PTSD

Stony Brook researchers now see a link between those with PTSD and persistent coughs. Researchers at Stony Brook University say 911 responders suffering from post traumatic stress are twice likely to suffer from respiratory diseases.

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Sat Sep 13, 2014

Newsday

Bellone, Schaffer are uneasy allies in Suffolk politics

Despite months of backroom infighting, Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone last Wednesday night very publicly bear-hugged Suffolk Democratic chairman Richard Schaffer before a crowd of 150 at a legislative fundraiser. A smiling Bellone called Schaffer his "longtime friend and mentor."

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Newsday

West Babylon street dedicated to World War II Army sergeant

Left to right, Boy Scouts Brendan Mades, 11, Matthew Page, 26, and David Baloga, 15, from Troop 1634 in West Babylon, salute as Sgt. John Sardiello Post 1634 of the American Legion in West Babylon is rededicated and the street renamed in his honor, Saturday, Sept.

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Fri Sep 12, 2014

Newsday

Watchdog: Drainage basin-area property cleaned up

My concern is the property at Albany Avenue and New Highway in North Amityville. Ecologically it's terrible, and physically it's just a garbage dump.

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Patch.com

Police: Babylon Man Fatally Stabs Mother, Seriously Injures Sister

A Babylon man stabbed his mother to death and seriously injured his sister at their Babylon home Friday morning, police said. First Precinct officers responded to 358 Livingston Avenue at about 7:20 a.m. after Kathleen Kearns, 59, called 911 to report that she and her 79-year-old mother, Mina Kearns, had been stabbed.

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Newsday

Police investigate claim George Zimmerman threatened to kill another driver

In Manorville road construction. left lane closed on The L.I.E./I-495 EB between X70/Cnty Rt-111 and X71/Nugent Dr/Edwards Rd/NY-Rt-24 in Calverton In Manorville road construction.

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Newsday

Union: Prison officials were warned of school shooter's escape plan

In Manorville road construction. left lane closed on The L.I.E./I-495 EB between X70/Cnty Rt-111 and X71/Nugent Dr/Edwards Rd/NY-Rt-24 in Calverton In Manorville road construction.

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Patch.com

September 12-Suffolk Arrest Report

All of the following information was supplied by the Suffolk County Police Department. A criminal charge is only an accusation and does not indicate a conviction.

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Daily Mail

Noah's Ark revealed: Scaled-down replica based on 4000-year-old...

'This is a public lynching of Ray': Multiple sources claim Rice told NFL commissioner Roger Goodell he punched his fiancA©e back in JUNE Retired sheriff's deputy with ALS 'plotted murder of his wife and her sister for DAYS' as they raised over $23,000 for his healthcare with Ice Bucket Challenge 'As an American I'm embarrassed and appalled': James Foley's mother hits out at Obama's efforts to rescue her son and claims she was threatened with PROSECUTION if family paid ransom 'I feared he'd kill me... I hid his gun': Pistorius ex-girlfriend reveals how he made her 'sit on naughty step and drove at 200mph to punish her' A beautiful model with a law degree and a blossoming career in TV.

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Thu Sep 11, 2014

Newsday

Schaffer: Stricoff should not take Suffolk IDA post

Robert Stricoff, town party leader for the past 12 years, late Wednesday informed the Suffolk Industrial Development Agency that he will not take over as the $155,000-a-year executive director Monday as planned until questions about his party salary are resolved. Robert Stricoff, town party leader for the past 12 years, late Wednesday informed the Suffolk Industrial Development Agency that he will not take over as the $155,000-a-year executive director Monday as planned until questions about his party salary are resolved.

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Newsday

Town, county leaders worry FEMA may not provide aid for August flooding

Mike Grassullo wades through the water in front of his house in North Babylon to check on his vehicles Wednesday morning, Aug. 13, 2014. Mike Grassullo wades through the water in front of his house in North Babylon to check on his vehicles Wednesday morning, Aug. 13, 2014.

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Newsday

Babylon Cinemas, village attraction for 92 years, closes, leaves downtown void

The Babylon, a nearly century-old movie theater where a fluorescent blue-lettered sign and bright marquee were fixtures of life in the village, has closed. Bow Tie Cinemas, the last of a series of owners, turned out the lights on 92 years of history on Sunday after the 7:45 p.m. showing of "Guardians of the Galaxy."

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