Shuga Pie Shop: A Cake Sandwich Sensation In BabylonThe shuga pie was born when Micheline Cummings took leftover cake scraps and, instead of discarding them, sealed them together with frosting.
Long Island Man Accused Of Soliciting Teen For Sex In Babylon Parking LotPolice said 38-year-old Andrew Quattrone walked up to the teen and handed her a cellphone with a sexually explicit message. 
Long Island Shopowners Open Pop-Up Butterfly Greenhouse To Raise Money For Charity, Attract CustomersThe attraction costs $5 a person, but the fees aren't for the sponsoring stores. Proceeds go to local food pantries, animal shelters and childhood mental health.
Police: 3 Men Arrested For Selling Alcohol, Vape Products To Minors At Stores On Long IslandSuffolk County police investigated five businesses and arrested employees from three different stores in Babylon.
Police: Thami Stafyleras Dumped Puppy In Dumpster At Captree State ParkInvestigators determined Thami Stafyleras agreed to watch the puppy while an acquaintance was away, but abandoned it instead.
'They Go For The Cheap Way And Abandon It': Babylon Seeks Federal Funds To Address 'Ghost Ships'Babylon is dealing with an ongoing issue of people abandoning boats they cannot afford. CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports on the impact of this problem on the town.
Babylon Looks To Use Art To Rebuild Downtown Businesses Impacted By COVID-19Babylon is launching an arts initiative to bring foot traffic back to its downtown area.
Babylon Distributing PPE To Businesses, Reimbursing For Supplies Already PurchasedCrews are also installing 15 public hand sanitizer stations to be placed around town.
Long Island On Track To Enter Phase 2 Of Reopening Next Week, Some Officials Want To Speed Things UpPhase 2 means yes for hair salons and barbershops; they can open, mostly by appointment.
UPS Worker Accused Of Stealing Packages From Long Island HomesPolice said Richard Beltre made a delivery Monday to a house on Deer Park Avenue in Babylon and then stole several other packages that had been delivered to the same address by the United States Postal Service.
No One Injured In LIRR Train Derailment, Cause Remains Under InvestigationA piece of broken rail was found at the Jamaica station, but it's not clear if it had anything to do with the derailment.