January 24, 2002 RSS feed / Front Page

Existing Cell Tower Sites in Babylon

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Special Sections

Schools/Sports

Deer Park High’s sticky situation

What can be purchased for a dollar these days? More...

Deer Park Board of Education recognized

The Deer Park Board of Education was recognized for their unyielding dedication and commitment to the school district at the October Board of Education meeting. Superintendent of Schools Don Bright presented each Board member with a certificate. More...

John Quincy Adams student donates her locks

Brianna Fatone, a first grader at John Quincy Adams School in the Deer Park School District, is sporting a new hairdo. More...

Obituaries

Giuseppina Verderosa, resident of Deer Park

Giuseppina Verderosa, of Deer Park, died December 18, 2001 at the age of 94. She is predeceased by her husband, Vincenzo. Surviving Mrs. Verderosa are her daughter, Michele, seven grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren. More...

William A. Moran, resident of West Islip

William A. Moran, of West Islip, died December 31, 2001. He is survived by his wife, Margaret; his children, Margaret Wilkins, Patricia Simonton, Kevin Moran and Michael Moran; his brother George Moran and sister, Barbara Edwards. More...

Margaret Hayes, resident of Lindenhurst

Margaret Hayes, of Lindenhurst, died December 25, 2001. More...

Town proposes moratorium on cellular towers; public hearing set for Tuesday

by Carolyn James More...

James Street Players

to present Annie; cast call More...

People in the News

As part of a continuing effort to visit schools throughout the community, Rep. Steve Israel talked to West Babylon Senior High School students. More...

 

People/Social

West Islip Attorney opens public relations firm

Drawing upon over 10 years of experience in corporate, government and political communications, West Islip attorney John Zaher announced that he has launched a full-service public relations and marketing firm to serve Long Island More...

BEACON’S GOLDEN COUPLES

Local couples were honored recently with a ceremony marking 50 years of marriage. The ceremony was held by the Most Rev. William Murphy, Bishop of the Diocese of Rockville Centre December 9 at St. Kilian More...

Heard It On The Grapevine

A TOP HONOR. Joseph Miller of West Babylon was recently inducted into the "Hall of Fame" of the New York Environmental Association More...

Events & Bulletin

• The Beacon BULLETIN BOARD • The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week: FRIDAY, January 25

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Long Island Country Music comes to Babylon February 2nd

The Long Island Country Music Association will hold a country-western dance Saturday, February 2, 8 p.m. at the American Legion Hall, Babylon. The doors open 7:30 p.m. The dance will benefit St. Jude Hospital. More...

Remember to have proper snow manners this winter

With the winter months upon us, Legislator Angie Carpenter (R-WI) reminds us that shoveling or dumping snow into parking spaces reserved for handicapped parking or the access aisles leading to them is illegal. More...

Opinion

Babylon Town should approve 6-month moratorium on cellular towers

Next week, the Babylon Town Board is holding a public hearing on a proposal to enact a 6-month moratorium on cellular towers. We believe the moratorium is a good idea, and should be enacted. More...

Babylon Cove project gets a go from Village

We understand that all of the permits and approvals for Babylon Cove on Fire Island Avenue have been completed and that the plan, at this point, has the full go ahead of the Village. More...

Kathy’s doing well, thank you

To all of those loyal Beacon readers who have asked about Kathy Martino, we are happy to report that she is home and recovering very nicely. Kathy has heard from many of you, and she and her family appreciate your care and concern. More...













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