November 28, 2002 RSS feed / Front Page

It's holiday home decorating time

Once again the Babylon  Beacon is presenting its Holiday Home Decorating Contest in conjunction with the Babylon Village Chamber of Commerce. More...

Sachem upsets Lindenhurst in Division I Semifinal

Battling the cold November rain of Long Island More...

Boats must be out of Village docking space by December 1st

Due to the warmer weather and the extension of the striper season, Babylon Village has allowed many of the boats at the Village docks to stay in the water beyond the November 1 deadline. More...

Conklin House hosts annual cookie contest and reception

The Conklin House, located on Deer Park Avenue in Babylon Village is hosting its annual Holiday Village cookie contest

Cookies will be judged in four categories: 12 years old and under (with supervision, if needed); junior high school students; high school students; and adults (over 18 years old). More...

Special Sections

Events & Bulletin

Freedom Fund program

Central Long Island NAACP Branch will celebrate its 56th anniversary and Freedom Fund program, Thursday, December 5, 7 p.m. at Hollywood Baptist Church of Christ, 3504 Great Neck Rd. More...

St. Peter’s holding Christmas Spectacular

On Saturday, December 7, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., St. Peter More...

Marketing workshop

The Babylon Citizens Council on the Arts (BaCCA) will present Marketing for Non Profit Management, the third in their non profit management series, Wednesday, December 4, 9 a.m. More...

Opinion

Editorial

Make a Thanksgiving promise

This week, we celebrate the blessings we have as individuals, families, Long Islanders, New Yorkers and Americans. Those blessings, for most of us, are in abundance, and we are among the most fortunate people to have ever lived on earth. More...

Public Commentary

Bloomberg

New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg wants to reach into the pockets of commuters as a way of eliminating the city More...

Planners for Oak Beach Park have history against them

I looked at the Oak Beach improvement schemes on the web (what a marvel) and it reminded me of an old story. More...

Babylon Football

Full Story

Schools set to comply with defibrillator law

When high school students step on to the athletic field, the worst thing they can imagine is losing a game. When the story of Louis Acompora is recalled, however, the numbers on the scoreboard take on considerably less significance. More...

Copiague boy's hopes lie in family and experimental surgery

The photo pinned above Emanuel Baptista More...

BSD reports school construction on target

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materials for stu-dents with disabil-ities and the other to the provision of special education individual educa-tional service plans to service providers and others. More...

 

People/Social

Heard It

On The Grapevine

HOW COME? Crowds were out in full force at the Babylon High School auditorium for a recent play - that More...

AOH Saffron United Pipe Band attends Ball

Babylon More...

Obituaries

Matthew Wilson Crowell of Babylon, at 45

Matthew Wilson Crowell, of Babylon, died October 31, 2002 at the age of 45. More...

Rev. Philip L. Tolliver of Copiague, at 48

Reverend Philip L. Tolliver, of Copiague, died October 31, 2002 at Mount Sinai Hospital in Manhattan. He was 48 years old. More...

Arlene Janson, 42-year resident of Lindenhurst

Arlene E. Janson, a 42-year resident of Lindenhurst, died October 22, 2002 at Brunswick Hospital Center, Amityville She was 63 years old. More...













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