May 7, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

DPSD budget

goes to voters at $75.6M

Describing the anticipated tax-rate increase for their new budget as the second lowest in western Suffolk BOCES, the Deer Park School Board approved a $75. More...

The Mayor E. Donald Conroy Scholarship fundraiser

Mark your calendar for the second annual Mayor E. Donald Conroy Scholarship fundraiser to be held on Thursday evening, June 3 at John Anthony's on the Water in Babylon Village. More...

Special Sections

Events & Bulletin

• The Beacon BULLETIN BOARD •

The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week:
FRIDAY, May 7
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Police investigate fatal motor vehicle accident

Suffolk County Police Third Squad detectives are investigating a fatal motor vehicle accident that claimed the life of a Brentwood man. More...

Obituaries

Kenneth Chismar, Lindenhurst Little League coach and U.S Postal Carrier in Massapequa Park

Kenneth Chismar, a U.S. Postal Carrier, delivered the mail to his customers in Massapequa Park efficiently and on time. But most of all, he delivered it with a smile. More...

Anthony L. "Bobo" Simone, of Bay Shore

Anthony L. "Bobo" Simone, of Bay Shore, died April 20, 2004. More...

Jean Mac Elwee Brown, former

West Islip resident

Jean Mac Elwee Brown, of Stony Brook and formerly of West Islip, died Monday, April 19 in Princeton, New Jersey after a long illness. She was 74 years old. More...

Voters in other districts also head to the polls for budget votes and trustee elections

While many school board members facing re-election this year are running without opposition, in two local districts, West Babylon and Deer Park, the race is on. More...

People in the News

State Senator Owen H. Johnson (4th Senate District, Babylon), Chairman of the Finance Committee, recently hosted his annual Long Island Seafood Reception in Albany which featured award-winning Long Island wines. More...

WISD to celebrate education Tuesday, May 11th

West Islip School District will host a Celebrate Education (C.E.) party on Tuesday, May 11, 6:45 to 8 p.m. The entire community is invited to this dessert and coffee event, which provides an opportunity for students and staff to demonstrate what More...

 

People/Social

An Opportunity to Volunteer at GSH

A new trend is taking place in the Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center More...

Confirmation class cleans up at Babylon Town Hall

On Tuesday, April 6, a day of frigid temperatures and bellowing winds, making anyone who ventured outside doubt that we had entered the season of spring, the students of the Our Lady of Grace Church More...

Violet Reich honored by Lindenhurst PTA

Violet Reich, a 50-year contributing member to the parent-teacher associations of Lindenhurst, was recently honored by the Lindenhurst Council of PTA More...

Opinion

This week’s dumping ground: Railroad Avenue, Lindenhurst

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Reader believes Bush lacks moral authority as a leader

In his letter in the April 15 issue of the Babylon Beacon, Mr. Howell fails to mention that the Korean War was actually a United Nations operation. Twenty-two countries, including the United States participated. More...

It’s Great: Old Town Hall returned to the people of Babylon

I wish to extend my heartiest congratulations to Supervisor Bellone for returning the old Town Hall to the people of Babylon. More...













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