July 5, 2001 RSS feed / Front Page

People in the News

Richard C. Dunne was recently elected chairman of the Board of Governors of Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center, West Islip for a two-year term. He succeeds Henry C. Schreiber, Jr., left, who had served as chairman since April 1998. More...

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Schools/Sports

The Middle Ages re-lived

Students, staff and guests relived the Middle Ages recently in the spectacularly-decorated classrooms of Dan Hunter and Jesse Fawess at the Beach Street Middle School in West Islip. Decorated for that time period, the room More...

NB Volleyball Team wins championship

For the first time in 31 years the North Babylon High School Girls More...

Obituaries

Laura Julia McGinnis, maternity nurse at Southside and Babylon resident

For more than a quarter of a century, Laura Julia McGinnis cared for new mothers and their babies at Souhtside Hospital More...

John DeCiutiis, Lindenhurst School head groundsman and Fire Department custodian and volunteer

John DeCiutiis held three jobs to support his family and volunteered with the Lindenhurst Fire Department to support his community. More...

Sophia Maria Ernst, former West Babylon restaurateur

In 1922, at the age of 19, Sophia Maria Ernst left Germany and traveled to the United States with her cousin in hopes of finding a better life. "She was a very courageous and strong woman," said her daughter Dolores Adams. More...

This week at the library Babylon 24 South Carll Avenue 669-1624

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Babylon Town proposes plan for Route 110

Traffic along Route 110 adds at least 10 minutes to Huntington Town Board member Mark Cuthbertson More...

North Babylon residents approve school budget

Voters in the North Babylon School District last week overwhelmingly approved a re-worked budget, thereby eliminating the possibility that the

district would face an austerity budget. The vote approving the $67.8 million budget was 2,350 to 1,664. In addition, voters also approved two previously rejected propositions. More...

 

People/Social

BTA hosts Babylon scholars

The Babylon Teachers More...

Fifty golden years

Ev and Gene Nonnon, Babylon Village residents since 1957, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary May 19 with a gala reception for family and friends at LaGrange Inn, West Islip. More...

Summer concert program at Argyle Park Gazebo

The Village of Babylon will hold their summer concert program at the Argyle Park Gazebo, Friday evenings, 8 p.m. Admission is free. In the event of rain, concerts will be held in the Babylon High School Auditorium. More...

Events & Bulletin

• The Beacon BULLETIN BOARD • The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week: FRIDAY, July 6

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Sunrise Mall bus relocation

For the convenience of Sunrise Mall shoppers, the bus stop for Suffolk County bus Routes S-20 and S-33 will be relocated from Carmans Rd. to the bus shelters in the mall More...

County Parks present Blues concert

The Suffolk County Parks Department announces a Blues Concert, which will be held at Meschutt Beach County Park in Hampton Bays, Saturday, July 7, 7 to 9 p.m. Toby and the Boys Blues Band will perform under the stars at Meschutt Beach. More...

Opinion

Beacon Editorial Babylon should stop, study and review the status of senior housing in the Town

There are currently 2,400 units of senior citizen housing in the Town of Babylon, with more than an additional 500 proposed. More...

Remember when?

This photo was submitted to us by Jane Lewis of Babylon. It shows the Babylon High School Varsity Basketball team from 1948-49. We know the names. Do you? Send us your list of who you think these dynamic players are. More...

We should all support Patients’ Bill of Rights Dear Editor:

The current controversy over the Patients Rights legislation under debate in Washington recently hit home by way of personal jolt. More...













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