March 8, 2001 RSS feed / Front Page

Busy Women’s Scholarhsip Fundraiser

Former Congressman and Babylon resident James Grover tends bar with Millard (Jug) Warren at the Busy Women's Scholarship fundraiser., Below left are volunteers Mary Thomas and Nancy Swan, committee members who greeted guests at the door. More...

Bishop suit a $17.2 million County win

Suffolk County and the State of New York have reached a settlement on a decade-old dispute regarding the state More...

Special Sections

Obituaries

Helen M. Corrigan (nee Gage), 87, former teacher in West Babylon, and former longtime resident of Babylon

Helen M. Corrigan (nee Gage), a resident of Rochester, Massachusetts and a former longtime resident of Babylon, died February 14, 2001. She was 87 years old. More...

Mary Aloise, 91, seamstress, former resident of Copiague for more than 70 years

Mary Aloise, a resident of Copiague for more than 70 years, died February 18, 2001. She was 91 years old and had lived in Our Lady of Consolation Nursing Home in West Islip for the past three years. More...

Wilfred (Bill) La Rock, of Islip

Wilfred (Bill) La Rock, of Islip, died January 26, 2001. He is survived by his wife, Terry La Rock; his children, John, Kenneth, Scott, Ronald and his wife Joan and Keith and his wife Julia and his grandchildren, Sheila, Faith, Quinn and Aidan. More...

Opinion

Dems and Conservatives still cozying up in Babylon

The warm, honored reception that Suffolk County Conservative leader Pasquale Curcio got at the victory celebration fundraiser of Babylon Town Supervisor Richard Schaffer last week was interesting. The event was held at John Anthony More...

Please be snow friendly

As we rush to press to beat out the impending storm, we are hoping that our residents cooperate with those out working plowing and sanding our roads. If the storm is as bad as predicted, please remember to keep your car off the street. More...

It’s readers’ time to speak their minds

Readers should note that this year, for the first time, the Beacon is accepting letters of personal endorsement of candidates for the Village Board race in Babylon Village. More...

Higgins halts OTH inspection;

says Babylon officials not negotiating in good faith More...

Three candidates seek two seats on Babylon Village Board; election March 20th

by Carolyn James More...

People in the News

Last week the mayors of Amityville, Lindenhurst and Babylon met for lunch to share ideas and to discuss issues affecting their villages. They plan to get together quarterly and will rotate their meeting place among the three villages. More...

A prayer service for Christian unity in Deer Park

A prayer service for Christian unity was recently held at Ascension Lutheran Church in Deer Park. Church members and clergy from Ascension, St. Patrick More...

 

People/Social

Michael and Tina Flannery welcome son Kevin

Michael and Tina Flannery, of Sayville, announce the birth of their son Kevin Michael Flannery, born January 19, 2001 at Good Samaritan Hospital. Kevin weighed 8 pounds, 10 and one half ounces and was 21 inches long. More...

Dear Deer Park by Joyce

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The Borstelmann’s celebrated their 50th anniversary

Grace and Bob Borstelmann, formerly of North Babylon and now residents of New Smyrna, Florida celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary in Paris, France in December 2000 with friends. The Borstelmann More...













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