September 11, 2003 RSS feed / Front Page

Town and developer reach accord on NB site after residents voice concerns

Responding to the concerns and opposition of residents, Babylon Town officials and a developer have worked together to modify a plan to put up an office building on the corner of Deer Park and Stone avenues. More...

Babylon brothers graduate from Rowan University

John F. Witthohn and Paul A. Witthohn, sons of John and Karen Witthohn of Babylon, graduated May 16, 2003 from Rowan University in Glassboro, New Jersey with Bachelor of Science degrees in Civil Engineering. More...

Robin Hicks named scholar

Islip resident Robin Hicks, a 2003 graduate of St. John the Baptist Diocesan High School in West Islip, was one of 10 graduating high school seniors to win the Dollars for Scholars award from Bethpage Federal Credit Union, Bethpage. More...

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Schools/Sports

Lindenhurst High School ALC Awards

Lindenhurst High School students attending the District More...

DP High School named School of the week

On Thursday, March 27, Robert Frost Middle School, part of the Deer Park School District, was named Long Island School of the Week by Radio Station 106.1 WBLI. More...

NB Students art displayed at Heckscher Museum

This year 10 students from North Babylon High School will be submitting entries to the Heckscher Museum of Art. More...

Obituaries

Frederick "Fred" August Kaseman Sr., formerly of Babylon and Oak Beach, 84-years old

Frederick "Fred" August Kaseman Sr., formerly of Babylon and oak Beach, died Friday, August 8, 2003 at the Bayview Nursing Center, New Bern, North Carolina. He was 84 years old. More...

Anton J. Stecher, formerly of Woodbridge, Virginia and Babylon, 93-years old

Anton J. Stecher, formerly of Woodbridge, Virginia and Babylon, died August 14, 2003 at his residence. He was 93 years old. More...

Daria B. Huels (Shannon), of Ridge and formerly of Amityville, 94-years old

Daria B. Huels (Shannon), of Ridge and formerly of Amityville, Died August 16, 2003 in the Consolation Nursing Home, West Islip. She was 94 years old. More...

Town loses round one in wrestling ring dispute

Babylon Town has lost round one. More...

Babylon Town and Village host 9-11 remembrance services

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People in the News

Supervisor Bellone leads Wyandanch as Grand Marshall of this year's "Wyandanch Day" parade. Pictured presenting a plaque of appreciation to Supervisor Bellone are Wyandanch Family Day Committee President Horace "Bread" More...

New lighting at middle school track to benefit community. More...

Babylon Village garden tour hailed another success

The Babylon Village Women More...

Come join the Cub Scouts

Babylon Village Cub Scout Pack 99 is calling all boys grades one through five to join its pack. If you want to have fun, make new friends, learn new things and go to new places, then you want to be a Cub Scout. More...

DOT meeting on proposed changes to Montauk Highway

The New York State Department of Transportation, is holding apublic information meeting on a proposal to make safety and mobility changes to Montauk Highway in the Villages of Lindenhurst, Babylon and the Town of Babylon. More...

 

People/Social

Indoor batting cage grand 0pening;

Joint community project Town of Babylon, Lindenhurst American Little League

Babylon Town Supervisor Steven Bellone welcomed guests to the Grand Opening of the Lindenhurst American Little League Indoor Batting Cage on Saturday, June 7. More...

Bear Scouts show support

July 27, 2003 marked the 50th Anniversary of the signing of the Korean War Armistice. The Town of Babylon and the Veterans' Advisory Council co-sponsored a ceremony commemorating this historic event. More...

County worker hurt in accident

A Suffolk County Highway worker was seriously injured when he was struck by an oncoming car as he stood behind a pick up truck. The incident occurred August 19, at Great Neck Road and Baiting Place, East Farmingdale. More...

Events & Bulletin

• The Beacon BULLETIN BOARD •

The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week:
SATURDAY, September 13
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Opinion

In the two years since 9/11 we have found ourselves

Whenever we experience a life altering event, and reflect back to the fateful, day, hour or moment that everything changed, it seems at the same time as if it happened yesterday and has been a part of our life forever. More...

Technology: Savior or Satan?

I used to think that the purpose of technology was to make life easier. Now I More...

Schools work best with public participation

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