August 16, 2001 RSS feed / Front Page

Local families experience the rewards of hosting foreign exchange students

Thousands of miles away from his family, and hundreds of words away from mastering the English language, 19-year-old Takashige Kubo, a student from Japan, lays in bed with the flu. More...

WI Beach Street students conduct fundraiser for GSH Pediatric unit

The students of Beach Street Middle School recently held a second "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?" fund raiser and designated the Pediatric Unit of Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center in West Islip as the beneficiary. More...

Police seek public's help in finding bank robber  

Suffolk County Police Crime Stoppers and the Suffolk County Police Robbery Squad are seeking the identity of the man known to have committed multiple bank robberies. The suspect More...

Special Sections

Events & Bulletin

• The Beacon BULLETIN BOARD • The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week: FRIDAY, August 17

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AOH hosts Queen of Ireland ceremony

The Ancient Order of Hibernians Division II, 27 Locust Ave., Babylon invites you to join them as they honor Mary under her title of "Golden Rose-Queen of Ireland, Friday, August 17, 8 p.m. Coffee, tea and cake will be served after mass. More...

Opinion

Deal to save OBI land is a win for the public

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...

The Party of Jefferson vs. The Boy Scouts?

by Thomas L. Krannawitter More...

Letters Dear Editor:

There is no doubt that the Babylon Village Pool is an asset to the community. It brings much enjoyment to hundreds of residents of our village. More...

Courts rule against Higgins in subdivision case for Old Town Hall

Case dismissed More...

Pedestrian struck and killed following two-car collission

Suffolk Police First Squad detectives are investigating a two-car accident that occurred in North Amityville August 4, taking the life of a 51-year-old Amityville man. More...

James Street Players present Toys in the Haunted Castle

James Street Players are proud to present their summer production of "Toys in the Haunted Castle". Directed by Tina D More...

Babylon residents go to the movies

The Town of Babylon sponsored a special showing of the Rugrats in Paris this summer. The movie was shown on the lawn of Babylon Town Hall and hundreds of families showed up with their beach chairs, blankets, coolers and picnic baskets. More...

Town holding annual Beach Blast

Councilman Steve Bellone, chairman, Parks and Recreation Committee invites all town residents to the annual Beach Blast, Saturday, August 25 at Overlook Beach. The festivities include live music, rides, relay races, games and more. Once again, Edy More...

 

People/Social

Susan Iammartino weds James Burhouse, former Babylonian

Susan Ellen Iammartino, the daughter of Eileen and Nicholas R. Iammartino of Columbus, Ohio, was married June 16, 2001 in Princeton, New Jersey to James Ross Burhouse III, the son of Susan M. More...

28th annual country fair benefits Babylon

It seems like just yesterday that a small group of stalwart Babylon Village residents started the Babylon Beautification Society (BBS) Country Fair. More...

Millie Misiano awarded for outstanding work

Town of Babylon Councilman Steve Bellone proudly presented Past President Millie Misiano with a proclamation for her outstanding work as president of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Constanino Brumidi Lodge. More...













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