January 30, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

Babylon Town considering toughening up parking violations

Babylon Town officials are expected to approve this week an increase in its parking violations and a tougher method to assure payment by scofflaws. More...

Pilot Club holds annual holiday party

The Pilot Club holiday party was held at John Anthony More...

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Schools/Sports

The gingerbread man comes to JFK elementary

Kindergarten students at JFK Elementary School, West Babylon, explored their new surroundings while searching for their "runaway gingerbread man". More...

Udall Rd. students enjoy 5,000 slices of free pizza

Character, the quality that distinguishes an individual or group, is the criteria for membership in TOPS (To Our Prized Students) at the Udall Road Middle School in West Islip. More...

South Bay students display their proud posters

Students of Ms. Lisa Puglisi More...

Opinion

Town should approve adding strength to parking violations bureau

Babylon Town officials held a public hearing this week to consider enacting procedures to put teeth into the town More...

Be a good neighbor

Remember to check on the sick or elderly during this brutally cold winter weather. More...

Messages home from Iraq

The following is the third of e-mail messages sent by Chaplain Jim Krische, 310th Military Police Battalion. He is serving in Iraq and sent the messages to family and friends. More...

Final decision on candidates for Maxine Postal’s seat to be announced

A few weeks of political maneuvering, lobbying and deal making is about to come to a close as both the Republicans and Democrats appear to be ready to make a deal and cross endorse Elie Mystal, Maxine Postal More...

People in the News

West Islip High School Principal Ken Hartill says of student Mark Howell, "This young man epitomizes all that is good about America's youth today. More...

Babylon Board honors BHS football team

The Village of Babylon's Board of Trustees presented a proclamation to the Babylon High School football team at its January 13 board meeting. More...

 

People/Social

Troop 194 holds annual spaghetti dinner fundraiser

Babylon Boy Scout Troop 194 leaders Roger Katz, left, and Mark Fuhrman serve up desserts at the Troop More...

Babylon Travelers Club

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

SCOPE and Babylon BOE sponsors four-year old pre-kindergarten progam

The Babylon Board of Education, in cooperation with SCOPE Educational Services, will be sponsoring a four-year-old pre-kindergarten program starting in September. More...

Events & Bulletin

• The Beacon BULLETIN BOARD •

The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week:
FRIDAY, January 30
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Obituaries

William Hoernel, artist and longtime Babylon resident

Longtime Babylon resident, William (Bill) Hoernel died January 8, 2004 in Miamisburg, Ohio. He was preceded in death by his wife, Ruth Helen Hoernel (nee Oberholzer). More...

Dolores A. Tall, resident of Lindenhurst

Dolores A. Tall, of Lindenhurst, died December 31, 2003. More...

Marion F. Murphy, of North Babylon

Marion F. Murphy, of North Babylon, died January 1, 2004. More...













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