April 4, 2002 RSS feed / Front Page

Seniors get SS and Medicare info from congressman

Babylon Town seniors got a wealth of information about social security and Medicare at a workshop sponsored by U.S. Congressman Steve Israel at the Spangle Drive Senior Center in Copiague recently. 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, April 5

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Bay Shore/Brightwaters Library celebrates 100th anniversary

Legislator Angie Carpenter (R-WI) honored the Bay Shore/Brigjhtwaters Library recently at a general meeting of the Suffolk County Legislature in recognition of their 100th anniversary serving the Bay Shore/Brightwaters community. More...

GSH dinner set for May 14th

Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center announces its 42nd annual Samaritans Dinner to be held on Tuesday evening, May 14, at Southward Ho County Club. More...

Opinion

Case closed, we hope

A front page story this week outlines a continuing dispute between Councilman Lyndsay Henry and the administration of Supervisor Steve Bellone, a dispute we understand has now been resolved with the decision by Bellone to release the documentation H More...

Parking plan needed

Now that the Village of Babylon has made a decisive move to address the problems associated with parking and traffic on Village streets, we believe it is a good time to address the issue of parking along Deer Park Avenue, particularly the lack of sp More...

Be a part of the Beacon’s Public Forum

The Beacon invites readers to present their views, ideas and issues. Please submit letters to the editor to us at PO Box 670, Babylon, NY 11702. Letters should be signed and include a daytime telephone number for verification purposes only. More...

Local libraries to present budgets, trustee elections

Over the next few weeks, residents will be asked to vote on library budgets in their community, and to elect trustees for their library boards. The following is a rundown of those budget votes and elections in our area: More...

Arson blamed for house fire in Lindenhurst

Suffolk County Arson Squad has determined that a small fire that broke out in a newly constructed home at 427 South Wellwood Avenue went on fire March 25, was arson, third degree. More...

People in the News

The Highway Department of the Village of Lindenhurst recently took delivery of a hot patch truck. Pictured, left to right, are Mayor Lynda Distler, Thomas Schirmuhly and Trustee Carol Tanner. More...

 

People/Social

Babylon Public Library welcomes spring

Dr. Anne Pape gives excellent care to a patient at the doll hospital and confers with concerned mom. More...

Rachel McKenney wins scholarshop

Rachel McKenney has been selected by Cablevision as a scholar-athlete for her outstanding achievements in academics and athletics. More...

Local students nominated state finalists

The Babylon High School students nominated this year for inclusion in the American Legion Boys/Girls State program have been announced. More...

Obituaries

Agnes Vanek, 78, former employee of Tri Community Health Center

Agnes Vanek, an Amityville resident for the past 46 years, died on March 21, 2002 at Good Samaritan Hospital in West Islip from complications following surgery. Mrs. Vanek had celebrated her 78th birthday on February 13. More...

Margaret Natale of Lindenhurst

Marguerite Elizabeth Natale, of Lindenhurst, died March 26, 2002. She was secretary to Supreme Court Justice Kenneth A. Davis. More...

Carol Hamilton of Bay Shore

Carol A. Hamilton, of Bay Shore, died March 27, 2002 at the age of 49. She is survived by her husband, Robert; her children, Jason and Anita and her brother Carlo Ricco. More...













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