October 16, 2003 RSS feed / Front Page

Babylon Football: Panthers maul Mariners 30-3

The Babylon Panthers showed plenty of offense and a crushing defense as they smashed the Southampton Mariners 30-3. Quarterback Brett Tiedemann completed nine of twelve passes for 185 yards and three touchdowns. More...

Police investigate West Islip robbery

Detectives from the Suffolk County Robbery Squad are investigating a robbery that occurred in West Islip. More...

Babylon Town Supervisor candidates talk about Town roads

The second of several articles focusing on the race between Democratic incumbent Town Supervisor Steve Bellone and his Republican Conservative opponent Lindsay Patrick Henry. More...

Four vie for two seats on the Babylon Town Board

Four candidates are seeking a seat on the Babylon Town Board November 4. It is an at-large election. The two candidates receiving the most votes will be seated. More...

Special Sections

Events & Bulletin

• The Beacon BULLETIN BOARD •

The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week:
SUNDAY, October 19
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Obituaries

Michelle K. Walbridge 78, of West Islip

A memorial celebration will be held Friday, October 17, at the United Methodist Church, 21 James Street, Babylon for Michelle K. Walbridge of West Islip who died after a long illness October 7, 2003. More...

Pat Fraker, 72, Amityville resident for 31 years

Pat Fraker made her family a priority as she and her US Marine husband moved around the country with their four children, making their roots in Amityville for 37 years. More...

Oak Beach Inn is torn down to make way for Oak Beach Park

A bit of Babylon More...

People in the News

Congressman Peter T. King was invited to Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center by president and CEO Richard Murphy to tour the facility in order to personally see the depth of services and commitment offered by the Medical Center to the community. More...

Lindenhurst man charged in arson

Suffolk County Police Arson Squad Detectives have arrested a 47-year-old Lindenhurst man for Arson 2nd Degree, after he doused another man with gasoline and set him on fire. More...

Prostitution arrests

Suffolk County Police Department First Precinct Crime Section officers executed a search warrant at Chinese Natural Health Center located at 131B Sunrise Hwy. More...

Postal runs without major party opposition; faces Conservative Louis Molinaro

"Any Democrat who can get elected Presiding Officer with a Republican majority in what has been often called the County zoo, has to have the respect of all of her colleagues. More...

 

People/Social

Carley graduates

Magna Cum Laude

Michelle Carley, daughter of Pat and Bob Carley of Babylon Village, graduated in May, Magna Cum Laude, from Cornell University with a bachelor of science degree. More...

O'Connor enrolled in

Dartmouth College

Ryan Thomas O More...

Babylon Pilot Club present awards

Betty Meyer, president of the Pilot Club of Babylon, is pictured presenting a check for $1,500 to Debbie Basile and Donna Jurasits of the Breast Cancer Coalition. More...

Opinion

Bellone goes one for 2

Babylon Town Supervisor Steve Bellone struck a home run when he put together a proposal to acquire more than five acres of property on Park Avenue, West Babylon for the construction of sorely-needed athletic fields. More...

Happy to say farewell to the belly button trend

There was good news being reported this week. Every school and hospital in Iraq is now open and operating, job growth is on the rise and scientists believe they More...

Readers respond to criticism of Babylon Village Youth Project

I had to respond to your article on "What became of the Babylon Village Youth Project.." After reading Mr. Heathcote More...













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