Author: Gary

Brookhaven Town Website Hacked By ISIS

On June 25th, Brookhaven Town’s website was hacked by a group calling itself Team System DZ which claims to be representing the terrorist group ISIS. This group is a so-called “hacktivist” group that has repeatedly has been banned from various social media sites for posting propaganda videos and other activity in support of the Islamic State. This hack was part of a larger event that affected other government sites including the official site of Ohio Governor John Kasich and the official site of Ohio First Lady Karen Kasich as well as The Rhode Island Department of Education and Howard...

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Mayor Scordino Responds To Newsday Article About Babylon Village Employee

This past Sunday, Newsday published an article revealing that Babylon Village Public Works Superintendent Charles “Skip” Gardner owes more than $31,000 in unpaid property taxes. Village public works chief owes $31,000 in delinquent taxes Until May, Gardner also owed $3,400 in property tax liens issued by Babylon Village from as early as 2012, according to tax records. Village Treasurer Valerie Fronzo said Gardner paid those liens on May 9, four days after Newsday filed a Freedom of Information Law request for details on them and other property tax delinquencies. Today, Mayor Ralph A. Scordino published a response on the...

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Construction Begins on Argyle Theater at Babylon Village

Great article in Greater Babylon about work on the theater in downtown Babylon Village. The transformation of the old cinema in the heart of Babylon Village into a performing arts center is underway. “Now we can see some tangible momentum, which is really excited,” said Mark Perlman, who owns and will operate the West Main Street theater with his son, Dylan. The men, both of Seaford, closed on the purchase of the former Bow Tie Cinema in February. “This entire first phase [of construction] is basically removing walls and certain things to open the building from the three-screen...

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Sal’s Famous Owner Opposes Approval For Competing Eatery

The owner of Sal’s Famous Pizzeria is asking his customers and friends to show up at Village Hall and oppose the application of Eduardo Matute, to open Sorriso Café, at 122 No. Carll Ave., the current location of Babylon Crepe & Pita Grill. In a Facebook post, he says that,”We found out that 3 doors down from us where the Greek/crepe place was is now turning into an Italian take out which will have a direct effect on Sal’s Famous.” The public hearing will be held Tuesday, March 28, 2017, at 7:00 p.m. at Village Hall, 153 W. Main...

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