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Zaruka and Augustine honored at All-Village celebration (Continued from page 2)

recipient of the Nathaniel Conklin Award and now a member of the selection committee, said, "Tracy has volunteered 2,000 hours as a volunteer for the Babylon Village community. That More...

Alice Zaruka and Tracy Augustine honored at All-Village Celebration

The All-Village Celebration, familiarly known as volunteer day in Babylon Village, spanned the generations with an award for outstanding community service given to high school student Tracy Augustine and the 2001 Nathaniel Conklin Award for voluntee More...

Babylon’s Little Leaguers attend Ducks’ game

Recently, four of Babylon Little League More...

Special Sections

Obituaries

Dale E. Brous, 73, formerly of Amityville

Dale E. Brous, formerly of Amityville, died July 15, 2001 in Lennox Hill Hospital Hospital of congestive heart failure. He was 73. More...

Marie Cannarelli (nee Tomasino), 80, of Venice, Florida and formerly of Lindenhurst

Marie Cannarelli (nee Tomasino), of Venice, Florida and formerly of Lindenhurst, died July 26, 2001 at the age of 80. More...

James J. Gilbride, 76, of West Islip

James J. Gilbride, of West Islip, died July 26, 2001 at the age of 76. He is survived by his wife, Florence; his children, Thomas Weber and Margaret Gilbride; seven grandchildren and two siblings. More...

Deer Park Fire Department seeking new site for west end substation

One plan to buy school-owned land draws opposition More...

Tonna training army of volunteers to fight hunger

As many as 20 people assembled in the teachers faculty room of Deer Park High School Tuesday, July 24, between 2 and 4 p.m., for one of four "Anti-Hunger" workshops hosted by Presiding Officer Paul J. Tonna (R More...

In The News

The Town of Babylon held its summer minority internship orientation program recently and those participating discussed the collective work and responsibility needed to build and maintain a community together and to make everyone's problems your own a More...

Southard to attend Polytech

Thomas South-ard, the son of Carol Polistena of Babylon, graduated from Babylon High School and is the recipient of the American Legion, Lions Club and Scholar Athlete scholarships. He will be attending Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in the fall. More...

Three lovely ladies celebrate birthdays

Paige and Chloe Bzdyk, of Babylon Village, recently shared their first birthday with their great grandma Regina Gallienne, formerly of Bay Shore and now of Milledgeville, Georgia, who celebrated her 90th birthday two days earlier. More...

 

Events & Bulletin

• The Beacon BULLETIN BOARD • The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week: FRIDAY, August 3

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3rd annual walk for Breast Cancer

The third annual Maureen DePalma Walk for Breast Cancer sponsored by Life Teen will be held Sunday, September 23, 3 to 5 p.m. The rain date is September 30. Registration begins 2:30 p.m. at Fireman More...

Amity class reunion

The class of 1970 of Amityville Memorial High School is planning a 30 "plus" reunion for October 13. More...

Opinion

Deal to save the OBI land is a win for the public —present and future

As we move toward the final phase of the settlement between Oak Beach Inn owner Robert Matheson, the Town of Babylon and the County of Suffolk, a lot of the credit for the purchase of this site, which is to be completed in about two weeks, has to go More...

Should the U.S. flag be flown as a "Keep out Sign"?

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The uncrowned class of ‘49?

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