November 8, 2001 RSS feed / Front Page

For Paul Sarle, family was the joy of his life

At a family gathering in early September, Paul Sarle lifted a glass of beer and said "I am here for the good of all, not for the long haul." More...

West Islip Lions bring a win for Homecoming

"What a terrific game," exclaimed West Islip 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, November 9

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Brentwood School District meeting

All residents of the Brentwood School District Community are advised that the regular meeting of the Brentwood Board of Education has been rescheduled to Tuesday, November 13, 7:30 p.m. More...

Twirlers offer entertainment books

The Brumidi Sunshine Twirlers, who are New York State, Northeastern Regional and National champions are raising funds to help get their twirlers to their 2002 championships. They are selling the 2002 Entertainment Books for only $20. More...

West Babylon School teachers ink new five-year contract

by Christine Lorenzen More...

Babylon School construction plans on hold as District awaits state approvals on plans

The capital construction project in the Babylon School District is at a standstill. That according to Superintendent William Bernhard Ph.D., who reported October 15 that the district continues to wait for state approval of the architectural plans. More...

A look at the lives of some of those we lost in WTC attack Felicia and Joe Corbett had a love that was special

When Felicia Corbett talks about her husband Joseph, she moves from the present to the past tense, and back to the present, still unable, she admits, to acknowledge that he is gone. More...

Babylon Football: Panthers pummel Glenn

November 3, 2001, East Northport, NY. The Babylon Panthers garnered the top seed in the Division IV playoffs in their best game of the year. They scored in every period, pounding the Knights of John Glenn, 49 zip. More...

 

People/Social

Babylon Travelers Club

The second meeting of the Babylon Travelers Club was held in the home of Mrs. Jessie Twohill, Monday, October 15. The first paper of the evening was a book review prepared by Mrs. Marilyn Mahlmann and read by Ms. Betsy Davidson. More...

Babylon COMPASS holds parent workshop

Babylon COMPASS is offering a program entitled: In These Troubled Times, How Do We Stay Connected to Our Kids?, to be held Wednesday, November 14, 7:30 p.m. at the Babylon High School Library. More...

Pilot Club attends Arts Center

Babylon Pilot club enjoyed an evening at the Bay Way Arts Center and saw Over the River and Through the Woods. Carney McGuire and Marion Covell are chairpersons. More...

Opinion

Let’s put airport security in the hands of law enforcement

Congress is debating the issue surrounding who will have jurisdiction over security at the nation More...

When is it coming down?

In August, the Lindenhurst Village Board approved a rezoning for the Narragansett property, the first step in a plan by a developer to build senior citizen housing there. At that time, the owners had 30 days to remove the old, burnt-out structure. More...

A hostile group has initiated the use of force against our nation; we have a moral obligation to respond to this act.

by Henry W. Hessing and Bob Chalich More...













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