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Babylon Travelers Club

The first meeting of the Babylon Travelers Club More...

An ecumenical Thanksgiving service will be held

An ecumenical Thanksgiving service will be held Sunday, November 24, 7 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church, 79 East Main St., Babylon Village. Music will be performed by the combined choirs of local churches. More...

Babylon Football: King guns, Rodney runs, Babylon blanks Bays Bays19-0

The Babylon Panthers opened the 2002 Division IV playoffs with a 19-0 shutout over the Hampton Bays Baymen in the freezing rain at Williams Field. 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, November 22
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Obituaries

Marguerite "Marty" Rinklin Calvelage, 85, formerly of Babylon Village

Marguerite "Marty" Rinklin Calvelage, formerly of Babylon Village, died October 16, 2002 at St. Rita More...

Gaye Elizabeth Erhart, of Brentwood

Gaye Elizabeth Erhart, of Brentwood, died October 8, 2002. More...

Angelo Licata, of BayShore

Angelo Licata, of Bay Shore, died October 28, 2002. More...

BFD welcomes residents to Open House

Firefighters give demonstrations and information

Dozens of children and their parents watched as Babylon Village firefighters, using hurst tools, dismantled a vehicle within minutes. No, it was not the scene of a gruesome accident. More...

North Babylon mauls W. Islip, 42-21, remains undefeated

Two unbeaten high school football teams, the North Babylon Bulldogs and West Islip Lions, butted helmets in the crisp autumn air on Saturday afternoon, November 2nd. More...

Good Sam Hospital hosts holiday fiesta

A holiday fiesta will be held November 21, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Guild Conference Center, Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center. Admission is free. There will be gift baskets, handmade gifts, holiday novelties, cookie corral and raffles. More...

Tuna Club hosts Snapper Derby  

The Babylon Tuna Club held its annual snapper derby this summer and more than 275 kids took part in the popular event. There were prizes for everyone and special giveaways, contests and a day of fun for everyone. More...

 

People/Social

Heard It On The Grapevine

NEW BOARD MEMBER. Ed McCarthy had hardly settled down in his Trustee spot in the Village when the Hatch Act which prevents federal employees from serving as an elected official came into play. More...

40th Annual Good Samaritan Ball held  

The Cradle of Aviation Museum at Mitchel Field in Garden City provided a most exciting venue for the 40th Annual Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center Ball, "The Spirit of Good Sam. More...

The Babylon Business and Professional Womens Association hold first meeting of season

The Babylon Business and Professional Womens Association met for its first meeting of the season at Cap More...

Opinion

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Letters
Chanukah, the festival of lights,
is a story of hope, filled with tradition

Chanukah begins at sundown November 29 with the lighting of the first candle in the menorah. More...

Babylon Village remembers Mayor Conroy

Referring to the story on the death of Mayor E. Donald Conroy that appeared in your October 24th edition, this article brought back to me a lot of fond memories of the Village of Babylon, but I must correct you on one of your facts. More...













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