May 9, 2002 RSS feed / Front Page

Letter carriers help stamp out hunger

The Long Island National Association of Letter Carriers, Branch 6000, along with the United States Postal Service, United Way of Long Island, Island Harvest, Long Island Cares, The Interfaith Nutrition Network and the Long Island Volunteer Center, i More...

Bellone completes first 100 days

When Steve Bellone stepped in as Supervisor for the Town of Babylon in January, it was a full court press. 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, May 10

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Historical walk

A Historical Walk for Health will be co-hosted by the Bay Shore Historical Society and the Bay Shore/Brightwaters Historic Preservation and Restoration Committee, Saturday, May 18, 10:30 a.m. More...

Walk the Walk at Belmonst Lake

On May 19, the Kidney & Urology Foundation of America is challenging the people of Long Island - family, friends, schools, corporations and individuals - to "talk the talk" about Walk the Walk for Organ and Tissue Donation. More...

Obituaries

Mildred Whitcomb of Babylon, avid sportswoman, at 99

Mildred Whitcomb, of Babylon and of Our Lady of Consolation, died April 16, 2002 after a short illness at the age of 99. More...

John Michael Ilich, of Lindenhurst

John Michael Ilich, of Lindenhurst, died April 11, 2002. He is predeceased by his wife Helen. Surviving Mr. Ilich are his children, Mary Ellen Ilich and John Ilich; his brother Nicholas and his granddaughter, Inga. More...

Florence Schmaeke of North Babylon

Florence Schmaeke (nee Abrams), of North Babylon, died April 13, 2002. She is predeceased by her husband, Robert. Surviving Mrs. Schmaeke are her daughter, Cheryl; her son-in-law Miklos and grandchildren, Robert and Christie Leigh. More...

Amity School Board closes door on portables for next year

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Local folks in the news

On March 12, the Junior League of the Amityville Woman More...

Memorial unveiling Saturday

The public is invited to join Friends of Peter O More...

Correction

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People/Social

Art students achieve success at state review

On Saturday, April 20, nine Babylon High School art students participated in the New York State Portfolio Project under the auspices of the New York State Art Teachers Association and all received Distinguished Performance rating. More...

Remember When St. Joseph’s Grade School class of 1939 graduates

St. Joseph More...

Arbor Day held at J.F.K. Elementary School

Arbor Day was held recently at J.F.K. Elementary School, Babylon. This is an annual event sponsored by the Rotary Club in Babylon. Each first grader received a seedling and they pledged to plant, water and nurture them. More...

Opinion

Becoming a mother is a transformation of self

For centuries poets have been trying to explain the essence of love, and they will continue for centuries to come, because love is not describable. Likewise, anyone who is not a mother could never understand what it means to be one. More...

The real scoop on school construction project Dear Editor:

Answering Ms. Andrews More...

Motherhood is a transformation of self

For centuries poets have been trying to explain the essence of love, and they will continue for centuries to come, because love is not describable. Likewise, anyone who is not a mother could never understand what it means to be one. More...













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