May 31, 2001 RSS feed / Front Page

You can renew books online at Babylon Village library

For Babylon residents not only does the Babylon Public Library offer the Live Librarian and VRC but a new service that saves time for their busy patrons. More...

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Schools/Sports

WI track team is out there breaking records

The West Islip High School track team has broken a 15-year school record while competing with North Babylon. The team scored in record time of 44.93 seconds. More...

Babylon romps in playoff opener; Panthers take Warriors, 10-2

by Tony Spota More...

Deer Park Little League gets a big hit from Tonna

Presiding Officer Paul J. Tonna (R - West Hills) recently secured a $1,500 grant for the Deer Park Little League. More...

Local libraries help web browsers navigate through the web

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People in the News

Meeting with Congressman Steve Israel and his District Director George Hoffman to discuss a hoped-for Town of Babylon Veterans' Oral History Project that would involve working with local veterans' organizations, veterans and high school students wer More...

BFD fights minor fire at church

Babylon Village firefighters rushed to the scene of a small fire outside the First Presbyterian Church, 79 E. Main Street, shortly after 6 a.m., Thursday, May 24. More...

 

People/Social

Babylon Rotary Club presents check for $800 service project

Babylon Rotary President Brandon Stone, center, is shown with Assistant Governor Bob Tedesco of the Amityville Rotary Club and Lieutenant Governor Gus Fishell of Babylon, after the Babylon Rotary Club presented a check for $800 to Amityville for a w More...

Babylon Travelers Club

The annual dinner and meeting of the Babylon Travelers Club was held May 14 at the Ali Ocean Restaurant, which is located on Deer Park Avenue in Babylon. More...

Babylon student among highest scorer nationwide

Babylon High School sophomore Unwana Otu, a student in John Michele More...

Events & Bulletin

• The Beacon BULLETIN BOARD • The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week: FRIDAY, June 1

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Amityville Historical Society to hold 32nd annual antique and crafts fair

Amityville Historical Society is holding its 32nd annual Antique and Crafts Fair Saturday June 2 (rain date June 3) on the historic grounds of the Park Avenue School (center of town) from 10a.m. until 5p.m. Free admission. More...

The Long Island Greenbelt Trail Conference

The opening of The Long Island Greenbelt Trail Conference More...













Suffolk County Shelter Locator and Storm Surge Zone Mapping Tool
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