April 11, 2002 RSS feed / Front Page

Johnson honors Lindenhurst residents for service to community

State Senator Owen H. Johnson (4th Senate District, Babylon) vice president pro tempore of the Senate, recently presented certificates of merit to members of Moose Lodge 1421 in Lindenhurst who received their lodge More...

Special Sections

Events & Bulletin

Firefighters

In our post September 11 disaster world, the role of firefighters and others who risk their lives to save others has never been more apparent to all of us. More...

Third annual Camp-in at United Methodist Church

On March 15 and 16, Babylon Cub Scout Pack 99 held its third annual Camp-in at the United Methodist Church. The Scouts and parents had a great time. More...

Announcing the birth of Samantha Catherine

Andrew and Catherine Brennan of Mint Hill, North Carolina, announce the birth of their second child, a daughter, Samantha Catherine. More...

Opinion

Israeli’s pain is our pain; their fight our fight

Our respect and admiration for President George Bush aside, his position demanding that Israel immediately withdraw from Palestine raises some serious concerns and questions. More...

When will

we ever learn? More...

Guest opinion

During last week More...

Babylon School Board brings forward $28M spending plan for new school year

by Janine Logan More...

WI residents ask school board to reach fair and timely settlement with teachers

Attaining a fair, competitive, and timely teachers contract was on the minds of residents who spoke at the March 14 meeting of the West Islip board of education. The current three-year teachers contract will expire June 30, 2002. More...

OLPH students bring message of hope for a better tomorrow

The violence of September 11, and the following clashes in the Middle East, have moved the students at Our Lady of Perpetual Help School in Lindenhurst. More...

 

People/Social

Celebrating Dr. Seuss’ birthday

Students in the Bayview Elementary School in West Islip received a number of invited guests who came to celebrate Dr. Seuss More...

Town honors former resident and September 11 victim during Black History month

During the celebration of Black history month in February, the Town of Babylon recognized Isle Homer, the mother of LeRoy W. More...

WI chamber of Commerce to hold meeting

The West Islip Chamber of Chamber of Commerce will be holding a general membership meeting and small business breakfast Thursday, April 25, 8 a.m. at the LaGrange Restaurant, Montauk Highway, West Islip. More...

Obituaries

Catherine Brendel, former Beacon newspaper employee

For more than 25 years, Catherine Brendel worked for the Babylon Beacon newspaper, an integral part of the team that ushered the paper trough each new weekly publication. More...

Declan Flynn, longtime Babylon Village resident

Declan Flynn, a longtime resident of Babylon Village, died March 22, 2002. He was born in Dungarvan, Co. Waterford, Ireland and came to the United States in 1928 where he met and married his wife, Catherine, who predeceased him by two years. More...

Memorial service for Richard T. Muldowney, FDNY, who died in World Trade Center attack

A memorial service will be held tomorrow and Friday for Richard T. Muldowney, Jr., a resident of Babylon Village who died in the line of duty September 11 at the World Trade Center. He was a member of FDNY Ladder Co. More...













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