August 29, 2002 RSS feed / Front Page

Town looks to weed out bad landscapers, improve quality of life

In an effort to give the Town of Babylon greater control over quality of life issues that pose a nuisance to residents, the board is reviewing its codes and has set several public hearings for September to make some changes. More...

Sumpwams Garden Club

The August 12 meeting of the Sumpwams Garden Club was held in Marie Capitano 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, August 30
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Fundraiser yard sale set

The Dix Hills/Deer Park Guild of Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center will hold a yard sale, Friday, September 27 and Saturday, September 28, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 311 West 11th St., Deer Park. More...

Lindy Homemakers to meet

On September 10, 9:30 a.m. the Lindenhurst Homemakers More...

Opinion

We remember Walter A. Saxton

One of the first pieces I printed in the Amityville Record when I became its editor included the name of Judge Walter A. Saxton. I left the "X" out of his last name and was promptly reprimanded by him for the omission, rightfully so. More...

LMDC should hold hearings in Nassau and Suffolk

The Lower Manhattan Development Corporation is conducting an international competition for a memorial design for the World Trade Center and is holding hearings in every single borough of New York City, as well as in New Jersey to gain input from fami More...

Cell tower laws violate people’s rights

Dear Editor,

The column about the cell tower law bothers me. More...

Casale beats back rumors and says he's running for position of Democratic leader next month

Rumors aside, Babylon Town Democratic Leader Jeff Casale said he More...

People in the News

Congressman Steve Israel presented overdue medals to local veterans. Israel was able to cut through red tape to secure awards for two local heroes. At Deer Park Edward K Peisker Post, Israel made presentations to Milio C. More...

Time change at Babylon Memorial Grade School

While the youngsters who attend the Babylon Memorial Grade School will report to their classrooms at the usual time of 8:25 a.m., when school reopens on Wednesday, September 4, the doors to the building will not open until 8:10 a.m. More...

Two robberies in Babylon Village; one solved

Suffolk Police are looking for two men who robbed the manager of a local restaurant Thursday morning, August 15. Police gave this account: More...

 

Schools/Sports

Udall Road Middle School donations

One hundred and twenty-five colorful Easter baskets filled with candy, games and stuffed animals have been created for the Cerebral Palsy Center in Commack by the Student Council at Udall Road Middle School in West Islip. More...

JFK students create songs for explorers

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Obituaries

Judge Walter A. Saxton, served as Babylon Town Justice, at 91

When Walter A. Saxton was born, most of Amityville More...

Madeline R. Hunt of Babylon

Madeline R. Hunt, of Babylon, died August 10, 2002. She is survived by her husband, William; her children, Lynne Martin, Alyssa Wright and Amy Inga; her sisters Eleanor McFadyen and JoAnn Miles and seven grandchildren. More...

Edward Radigan of West Islip

Edward Radigan, of West Islip, died August 7, 2002. More...













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