May 16, 2002 RSS feed / Front Page

St. Martin's Monsignor removed from post by diocese Bishop's decision based on 1961 allegation

The reading at St. Martin of Tour More...

Special Sections

Schools/Sports

Spirits Soar at Deer Park High's Homecoming

The weather may have been damp, but it did not dampen the spirits at Deer Park High School More...

A Quilt of Happiness

Students in Jennifer Cambria More...

Events & Bulletin

• The Beacon BULLETIN BOARD • The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week: FRIDAY, May 17

More...

Craft fair/Duck race

On Saturday, June 1, the Deborah Hospital Foundation will hold its eighth annual craft fair/duck race to benefit Deborah Heart and Lung Center at Babylon Town Hall, 200 Sunrise Hwy, Lindenhurst. More...

Musicians needed

Music Socials is forming small bands for above-beginners in Dixieland, folk, standards, jazz and swing. You must be able to work without sheet music. On May 19, there will be an acoustic jam/bring a dish picnic. The departure is noon from Bay Shore More...

Races for school boards in North Babylon and West Babylon this year

While many school board candidates facing reelection this year are running without opposition, there are races in two local districts. More...

People in the News

A retirement party for Elizabeth "Betty" Dean was hosted by Babylon Town Clerk Janice Tinsley-Colbert at Molly Malone's on Thursday, March 21. Dean retired from her position as account clerk typist in the Clerk's office after 17 years of service. More...

Religious Ed registration

St. Joseph More...

 

People/Social

WI Library helps feed the hungry on amnesty day

During National Library Week, April 14 to 20, the West Islip Public Library sponsored an Amnesty for Food program in which charges were waived if an overdue item was returned with an item of non-perishable food. More...

Happy Birthday . . .

Happy Birthday to Peter Becker of Babylon Village, who turns 85 on Sunday, May 19. More...

New dugouts completed

New dugouts for the baseball field are in place for the new baseball season at the Babylon Junior-Senior High School. Thanks to the volunteer efforts of parents, students and coaches, the home and visitors More...

Obituaries

Michael D. Privitera, longtime resident of Babylon

Michael D. Privitera, of Walden, New York, a retired contractor and longtime resident of Babylon died Saturday, April 27, 2002 in Newburgh, New York. He was 78 years old. More...

Warren R. Brady, M.D., family medical practitioner

for over 60 years More...

Opinion

Speak up at the polls Tuesday, May 21st

In every school district throughout New York State, voters will be heading to the polls Tuesday, May 21 to vote on their school budget and to select the individuals who will serve as their representatives on the school board. More...

Heard It On The Grapevine

WE More...

Can summer be far behind?

Full Story












Suffolk County Shelter Locator and Storm Surge Zone Mapping Tool
The Shelter Locator and Storm Surge Zone Mapping Tool