October 15, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

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Obituaries

James P. Barger III, formerly of Babylon

James P. Barger III, a former Babylon High School football player and graduate of the class of 1991, died suddenly on September 9, 2004. He was 31. More...

Cynthia L. Galasso, of West Islip

Cynthia L. Galasso, of West Islip, died August 27, 2004. More...

Aspasia Argis, of West Islip

Aspasia Argis, of West Islip, died September 23, 2004. More...

Opinion

DOT has ulterior motives in it decision on Stew Leonards

The New York State Department of Transportation has made determination against approving a curb cut along Route 110, just south of Conklin Avenue which would move forward the construction of a multi-million super store. More...

Babylon Football

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Schools/Sports

Health & Fitness

Potential for Tennis Injury Hangs Like a Slow Lob

The return of the US Tennis Open to New York at the end of the summer may prompt many to head for their neighborhood courts or gym for a few rounds of this physically and mentally challenging sport. More...

Events & Bulletin

THE BEACON'S

CALENDAR OF EVENTS
The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week:
SUNDAY, October 17
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Spa kicks off Triangle of Love fundraising campaign for Breast Cancer Help

Tom Urraro, owner of Self Image Hair Salon Spa, Amityville, was joined recently by Lorraine Pace, co-president of Breast Cancer Help, Inc. More...

All Around Babylon Village . . .

BabylonVillage Youth Project Board expands

The Babylon Village Youth Project Board has grown. New members have brought new life and ideas to the table. The Board is shown working hard at its meeting getting ready for the annual fundraiser in October. More...













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