May 17, 2001 RSS feed / Front Page

Sauberer, Henry and McCabe to run for Town Board

because they cannot afford the taxes," said McCabe, an attorney. "And, we want the public to know that we intend to bring back services to the residents of this town." More...

People in the News

Thanks to Assemblyman Bob Sweeney, The Babylon Breast Cancer Coalition was awarded a grant that enables them to continue providing services through their Lend A Helping Hand program for women diagnosed with breast cancer. More...

Special Sections

Schools/Sports

Subway series comes to Babylon Village

In an amazing twist of fate, on Saturday, May 5th, the Yankees and Mets once again met on the ballfield. No, it wasn More...

Babylon Nips Center Moriches 1-0, Freyer fans 12

The Babylon Panthers won their last home game of the 2001 season, edging the Center Moriches Devils 1-0. The victory placed the first place Panthers at 13-0 in Suffolk County More...

Babylon athletes run hard at track meet in Port Jefferson;

fall to Royals 89-51 More...

Events & Bulletin

• The Beacon BULLETIN BOARD • The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week: FRIDAY, May 18

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Bay Shore-Brightwaters Rescue blooddrive

The Bay Shore-Brightwaters Rescue Ambulance will be holding their annual blood drive Monday, May 21, 4 to 9 p.m. To donate blood, one must be at least 17 years old and in good general health. One pint of blood can help save up to five people More...

Babylon COMPASS

Babylon COMPASS invites community residents to attend the Babylon Board of Education work study meeting at the Babylon High School Library, May 21, 8:30 p.m. The group will recognize prevention efforts and successes within the community. More...

GOP nominates Sauberer, Henry and McCabe to run for Babylon Town Board

"We waited a long time but it was worth it because we have the cream of the crop," said Babylon Town Republican leader Frank Aprea following the party More...

New Lindy Fire Department Chief Engineer makes history

For the first time in the more than 100-year history of the Lindenhurst Fire Department, a chief engineer has been elected to the position for a second time. More...

Questions raised over money losses at Unqua Yacht Club

Members of the Unqua Corinthian Yacht Club in Amityville attended a special meeting Saturday, April 21 called by the club More...

 

People/Social

Clark joins new CPA firm

Tracy Clark, of Babylon, has joined Holtz Rubenstein & Co. She has seven years experience in accounting after getting her bachelor More...

Lions honor local businesswoman

Babylon Lions Super Bowl Co-Chairmen Lions Bob Meyer and Jim Smith present Theresa Santmann of Little Flower Nursing Home with a plaque of appreciation for her help as a corporate sponsor for the Lions Super Bowl party. More...

The latest spring arrivals Alexa Tenety

Michael and Heather Tenety of West Babylon announce the arrival of their daughter, Alexa Catherine Tenety who was born March 25, 2001 at Good Samaritan Hospital. She weighted six pounds, 12 ounces and was 19 and one-half inches long. More...

Obituaries

Mary Kelleher, 94, a former teacher in Babylon Village

Mary Kelleher, a former teacher in Babylon Village, died April 13, 2001 at St. Cabrini Nursing Home in Dobbs Ferry at the age of 94. Born on March 23, 1907 to Cornelius and Annie Higgins Kelleher in Yonkers, where she was raised and educated. More...

Roland L. Van Acker, 65, of West Islip

Roland L. "Rollie" Van Acker, of West Islip, died April 11, 2001 at the age of 65. More...

Opinion

On the road to a safer Sunrise Highway

Remember the flooding underneath the railroad trestle at Sunrise Highway and North Queens Avenue? Remember the traffic tie ups? Remember the delays and frustration? More...

Heard It On The Grapevine

OLE TIMES DAY. When the Village Historical Society brought us a program on the old days in Babylon High School, it was truly a day to remember. More...

Fighting hunger in Suffolk

In Suffolk, many people go hungry just because of the difficulty of applying for Food Stamps. At the same time, others in need go without other necessities just because they are unaware that they are eligible to apply. More...













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