July 26, 2001 RSS feed / Front Page

Narragansutt Inn goes down in a fiery blaze

Site being considered for senior housing project; final zoning decision near More...

Special Sections

Schools/Sports

Books are brain food - Read!

The John F. Kennedy Intermediate School, in the Deer Park School District, participated in the 12th annual Great New York ReadAloud, the largest one-day reading celebration in the nation. More...

North Babylon's highest honors

North Babylon High School has awarded its highest honors to Valedictorian Jeffrey Colin and Salutatorian Melody Fassino. Colin received the Gold Key for his participation in varsity tennis, bowling and cross-country. More...

National school breakfast program

Moving to a new school can be a traumatic experience. This is why the John F. More...

Obituaries

Dean Michael Jurs, Babylon High School graduate, at 26

Dean Jurs wore the Cross of TAU, a symbol of St. Francis that recognized the power of Jesus Christ in people More...

Edna M. Madocks, 81, formerly of Babylon

Edna M. Madocks, a former longtime resident of Babylon, died in Spotsylvania, Virginia July 6, 2001. She was 81 years old. More...

Attention family members and funeral directors:

Obituary notices are printed without charge, as space permits. Family members and funeral directors may submit obituary notices to us at 65 Deer Park Ave., Babylon NY 11702, or may call (631) 587-5612. More...

History winds down at the Oak Beach Inn Land-swap deal to put 9-acre site in public hands ready to go

What started out as a "what if" proposal initially touted by everyone involved as impossible, has become reality. More...

People in the News

Town of Babylon recently honored Fred Masterson with a certificate of special recognition. Masterson is member of the Town of Babylon's Public Safety Department. More...

Babylon students take a learning tour of Ancient Greece

Making history come alive is the speciality of Babylon Memorial Grade School sixth grade teachers Rita Bartenback and Rick Punzone. More...

 

People/Social

Local Scholars

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North Babylon: Philip Leun honored

North Babylon resident Philip W. Leun was recently honored by his colleagues on the occasion of his retirement from the State University of New York at Farmingdale at a retirement luncheon organized by the University Club. More...

West Islip: Rookie of the Year at Beach Street Middle School

Tommy Valentine, an 8th grade student in West Islip Schools in the fall, was named Rookie Player of the Year at Beach Street Middle School, where he plays baseball. He is the son of Rox and Tom Valentine of West Islip. More...

Events & Bulletin

• The Beacon BULLETIN BOARD • The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week: FRIDAY, July 27

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Long Island Crisis Center (L.I.C.C.)

is now recruiting volunteers for its next training session. The counselor assistant training takes place over two to three evenings and is approximately two hours each night. More...

Annual Paumanauke Pow-Wow coming

On August 11 and 12, the Babylon Citizens Council on the Arts (BaCCA), the Town of Babylon and the Pow-Wow Committee present the 21st annual Paumanauke Pow-Wow and Native American Festival at Tanner Park, Copiague. More...

Opinion

They heeded the call to protect the public

We cannot say enough about our wonderful volunteer firefighters and the work they did at the scene of the Narragansett Inn fire on Montauk Highway in Lindenhurst. More...

Guest Columnist Let’s get into the political arena —Martin H. Schwartz

For this column I have interviewed Babylon Republican Supervisor candidate, Paul Sauberer. More...













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