October 3, 2002 RSS feed / Front Page

Weather tempers Parade of Boats 9/11 tribute

"Risk Management and Improvise" were the guidelines September 11's scheduled Parade of Ships sponsored by the USCGA Division

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Oktoberfest coming to Lindenhurst this weekend

The Lindenhurst Oktoberfest will be held in the Village of Lindenhurst beginning Friday, October 4 through Sunday, October 6. More...

Girls Soccer

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Babylon Library vote Tuesday;

polls open 9:30 a.m., to 9:00 p.m. More...

Special Sections

Schools/Sports

Girls Soccer

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Babylon blanks Bauport 21-0

The Babylon Panthers put up a stone wall defense to contain the Bayport Phantoms, 21-0 on Saturday, September 28, at Bayport. More...

Events & Bulletin

• The Beacon BULLETIN BOARD •

The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week:
FRIDAY, October 4
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Video tour of LI featured event at Bay Shore Historical Society

A video tour of Long Island More...

SS Waterfowlers to host special event Nov. 3rd

The South Shore Waterfowlers Association, a non-profit organization which undertakes marsh habitat restoration projects is hosting its annual Duckboat Show and Waterfowl Festival, November 3, 8 a.m. More...

Opinion

Editorial

Rebuilding and revitalizing
our communities together

Have you noticed all the building and development throughout the Town and the Villages of late. And, the good news is that most of it is taking place on sites that were dilapidated or sorely in need of upgrading. More...

Letters

If we don

The American public has been led by our government and the media to believe that the perpetrators of the evil act of 9/11 was organized and well financed by those who would strike again. More...

Babylon Schools reopen amidst construction; district sees record numbers heading to class this year

A record 2,004 students in the Babylon school district hit the books this September 4, when school officially re-opened for the 2002 More...

Town unveils Oak Beach Park plans

After combining the recommendations of county and state officials with the hopes and wishes of residents, the Babylon Town Oak Beach Park Task Force has unveiled two conceptual plans for development at Oak Beach. More...

Beautiful

Babylon Village Country Fair

Thousands of fairgoers crowded Argyle Park on Sunday, September 8, in search of a unique craft, some great entertainment and food, and lots of fresh air and sunshine. More...

Lindenhurst Village honors its heroes

On September 9, Lindenhurst Village officials held a ceremony recognizing members of the Lindenhurst Fire Department who helped during the rescue and recovery efforts of 9/11. More...

All Around Babylon Village . . .

Babylon Yacht Club holds annual Coast Guard Day

The Babylon Yacht Club, founded in 1903, recently hosted a "Coast Guard Day recently and the men and women of the Fire Island Coast Guard came out to enjoy a relaxing and fun-filled day. More...

Town Planning Board mulling Stop & Shop proposal; some opposition

Longstanding plans to open a Stop & Shop Supermarket on Route 109 in West Babylon have run into some community resistance. Residents in the area said they are concerned about the project and asked that the Town reject the company More...

 

People/Social

Dear Deer Park by Joyce

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Clifford places in finals at Empire State Games

Mike Clifford, a junior at West Islip High School, placed in the finals of both the one and three meter dives at the 25th anniversary of the Empire State Games. More...

WI teacher attends National Mathematics Conference

Dian J. Korade, an eighth-grade math teacher from Udall Road Middle School in West Islip, joined other math teachers from across the country at the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (N.C.T.M. More...

Obituaries

Robert F. Milheiser, resident of West Islip

Robert F. Milheiser, of West Islip, died August 25, 2002. More...

Dr. T. Eugene Reed, civil rights activist, community leader and first African American dentist in Town of Babylon

When Dr. T. Eugene Reed began talking about civil rights in the early 1960s, it was not a popular subject, particularly on Long Island where he lived in Amityville and maintained a dental practice. More...

Louis A. Nigrelli of Bay Shore, formerly of Brooklyn

Louis A. Nigrelli, of Bay Shore and formerly of Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn, died August 26, 2002. More...













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