October 10, 2002 RSS feed / Front Page

Babylon High School principal pleads guilty to DUI

Robert Visbal, a principal in the Babylon High School, pled guilty last month to operating a motor vehicle while impaired following his arrest on drunk driving charges July 19. More...

Local Walks to Cure to Diabetes

Kathy Morga, a volunteer for the Walk to Cure Diabetes Research Foundation, whose 17-year old son has diabetes is shown signing up Laura Grogan, North Babylon who was ready for the 5K walk on September 29 and made a contribution to the cause. More...

OLPH offers new teen programs

Our Lady of Perpetual Help Life Teen in Lindenhurst is introducing some new programs for fall 2002. More...

Special Sections

Schools/Sports

WB Eagles go 2-0 with win over Hills East

West Babylon won just three games last season against five losses and finished near the bottom of the Division II standings. More...

Panthers outslug Amityville, 35-27 thriller

On Saturday, October 5, the Babylon Panthers put a damper on Amityville More...

Events & Bulletin

• The Beacon BULLETIN BOARD •

The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week:
FRIDAY, October 11
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Friends of WB Library offering trip to Showboat Casino

The Friends of The West Babylon Public Library will leave for Showboat Casino in Atlantic City, Wednesday, November 6. The bus will depart 10:30 from the West Babylon Public Library. More...

Groovin’ to the Oldies dinner dance

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Opinion

Editorial

Principal

An article on page three of this week More...

Letters

Town should negotiate with Suffolk County
to pull B&B out of Oak Beach Park plan

Dear Editor: More...

Businesses and residents learn to live together

I write in reference to the West Babylon resident More...

Bishop bill looks to recoup pharmaceutical costs to County

Capitalizing on the success the County had when it individually sued the tobacco companies, Suffolk is once again going it alone, this time hiring a law firm to sue prescription drug companies for market manipulation. More...

Photo

West Babylon Junior High School recently inducted new PTA officers for the 2002-2003 school year. Michael J. Rizzo, principal of West Babylon Junior High is shown reading the inductee pledge to the news officers at a PTA meeting. More...

Deer Park Library holds public meeting for capital improvement plan

The Deer Park Library is holding a public meeting to outline its capital improvement plan to the public on Thursday, November 17, 7:30 p.m., at the JFK Middle School cafeteria. More...

Lindy businessman gets Heart of It All award

Charles Groeling, owner and operator of East Hoffman Auto Body of Lindenhurst, was a recent recipient of the Heart of It All award from the Town of Babylon Industrial Development Agency (IDA). More...

 

People/Social

Heard It On The Grapevine

MARY L. SCHAPIRO IS HONORED AT DINNER. The Securities Industry Foundation for Economic Education and the SIA New York District Economic Education Foundation honored Mary. More...

American Legion Auxiliary honors guest

American Legion Auxiliary Babylon Unit #94 attended the 10th District Fall Conference at the Valley Stream Post in September. Honored guest was the Department of New York Auxiliary President Linda Moseman Raymond and her staff. More...

Obituaries

Ronald Nardello, 45, of West Babylon

Ronald Nardello of West Babylon had a love for motorcycles. He was an experienced rider having been riding since the age of 17, and capturing wins in national races while he was still in his 20 More...

James J. DuHamel, 93 former Babylon resident

James J. DuHamel, of Punta Gorda, Florida and formerly of Brooklyn and Babylon, died Sunday, September 29, 2002 at the age of 93. Mr. More...

Fannie M. Mazzarella resident of Dix Hills

Fannie M. Mazzarella, of Dix Hills, died September 18, 2002. More...













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