June 18, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

Carmine Barbieri, master 3D puzzle builder of Deer Park

When he retired, six years ago, 77-year-old Carmine Barbieri of Deer Park wanted to find something that would be interesting, challenging and fill his time. More...

After 47 vote failure, Brentwood budget passes by slim margin during re-count

The Brentwood Union Free School District announced that after a thorough recount of all ballots from the May 18 District Budget Vote, the 2004-2005 proposed school budget has passed by 13 votes. 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, June 18
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High school student explores US justice system in Nation’s Capital

Jenny McNulty, recently selected to participated in the National Youth Leadership Forum on Law (NYLF/LAW), will be going to Washington, D.C. More...

Our Lady of the Rosary Knights of Columbus in Deer Park held 30th annual Italian feast

On Wednesday May 26 Our Lady of the Rosary Knights of Columbus in Deer Park held its 30th annual Italian feast. More...

Opinion

Process of intimidation

In what has been described as "a process," New York State is moving forward with a lawsuit against ten large companies who dumped at the Babylon Town landfill from approximately 1947 through 1990. More...

Howell’s assessment of Iraq war is flawed

Ernest Howell More...

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Babylon Town begins construction of 9/11 memorial at Cedar Beach

The waters of the Great South Bay move gently along the Babylon shoreline to a tranquil place where the Town will break ground this month for a memorial dedicated to the lives of 48 Babylon people who were killed in the terrorist attacks on the Unite More...

People in the News

The Babylon High School science department acknowledge Jawad Sethi as the Bausch and Lomb Honorary Science Award Winner for the 2003-2004 school year. More...

West Islip School District voters head to polls on reduced budget, Tuesday, June 22

West Islip School District voters will be asked Tuesday, June 22 to approve a streamlined version of the $82.9 million spending plan that they rejected May 18. More...

CORRECTION

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Babylon helps Dedicate

World War II Monument in D.C. More...

 

People/Social

LIYC Ladies Auxiliary holds annual fashion show

The Long Island Yacht Club Ladies Auxiliary presented the annual Fashion Show on Sunday, May 23. A gourmet luncheon, attended by more than 55 members and guests, preceded the show. More...

Menger’s celebrate 43rd anniversary

Beryl and Bill Menger, longtime residents of Babylon Village, celebrated their 43rd wedding anniversary aboard the Queen Mary II where they renewed their marriage vows. The couple vacationed in the Caribbean. More...

Brownies march in Memorial Day Parade

Members of Brownie Troop 363, in Babylon Village, enjoyed the Memorial Day Parade in style. Shown, left to right, are Deryn Antolini, Carolanne Murphy, Allison Buser, Shannon Going, Sheila O'Rourke and Casey Hansel. More...

Obituaries

Mel Carr, longtime resident of Amityville and local travel agent in Lindenhurst

Mel Carr, longtime resident of Amityville and local travel agent believed that the best way to serve his clients was to travel himself. More...

Martin Burgess, former Babylon resident

Martin Burgess, a Babylon resident who was instrumental in the formation of the Conservative party in New York State, died May 14, 2004 at his home in Marathon, Florida. He was 76 years old. More...

Lee Tatti, former North Babylon resident and member of NB Parent Teachers’ Association

The North Babylon community mourns the passing of Lee Tatti. She and her late husband, John, moved to North Babylon in 1958. She was the loving mother of Delice and Louis Scotto, Anthony and Karen Tatti, Maria Tatti Rashidi and Lisa and Gary Lee. More...













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