October 24, 2003 RSS feed / Front Page

SUNY Farmingdale unveils new fleet

Local resident Lou Howard honored

The initials L.H. have been painted on a new fleet of Piper Aircraft at the State University of New York at Farmingdale. More...

Babylon Town Supervisor candidates talk Quality of Life

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

WB resident seeks board seat through write-in campaign

Cesar Malaga, a West Babylon homeowner of Latino descent who has always involved himself in local government and politics, wants to serve his community as a member of the Babylon Town Council. More...

Dave Bishop vs. John Iliou

in newly formed 14th LD

Wherever he goes throughout the 14th legislative district, John Iliou sees his campaign signs damaged, torn down or carted away. That, he said, has made him very happy. 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 26
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Opinion

It’s School Board

Recognition week in NYS

The week of October 27 through October 31 has been named School Board Recognition Week by Gov. George Pataki. These individuals, who give up a great deal of their personal time to serve their neighbors and friends are volunteers. More...

Oak Beach Park

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Village Youth Project is still vital in kids’ lives

I am writing as a Babylon Village resident in response to the letter about the Babylon Village Youth Project published on September 25. Regardless of the opinion some residents may have about the BVYP I would like to share ours. More...

Babylon football: Happy Homecoming; Panthers rock Royal

It was Homecoming Day and Babylon was crowded with alumni among the many at the Babylon Village Street Fair. The Float Competition was won by the Junior Class and the Fall Class Spirit Competition by the Sophomore Class. More...

People in the News

Babylon Rotary always active in the community donated $5,000 to the local Clergy Cluster to benefit the needy. Accepting the check is Reverend Raymond Lang, Babylon Methodist Church. More...

Lindenhurst school district holds workshops

Lindenhurst public schools will hold a series of workshops for parents of elementary-school students, grades kindergarten to five, to introduce the new math program and provide parents with ideas to help their children. More...

Dave Bishop vs. John Iliou in newly formed 14th LD

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perience," he said. 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...

 

People/Social

Vincent Torti named director of GSH Foundation

Vincent Torti has recently been appointed as Executive Director for the Good Samaritan Hospital Foundation and Director of Development for Good Samaritan. More...

Sharon Kuntz to wed George Costa

Debra Asher and Robert Kuntz announce the engagement of their daughter, Sharon Kuntz of Babylon Village, to George Costa, presently of West Babylon. Sharon has been a resident of Babylon Village for 16 years and graduated with the "Class of 93'. More...

Obituaries

Walter E. Rogers,

N.Babylon resident

Walter E. Rogers, a resident of North Babylon, died in a job-related accident while working for the Department of Transportation August 27, 2003. More...

Dominic Vitale, of BayShore

Dominic Vitale, of Bay Shore, died September 29, 2003. More...

Francis O’Connor, 72, of Babylon

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