March 11, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

ALA News

Babylon Unit 94, American Legion Auxiliary has been busy. More...

Special Sections

Schools/Sports

West Islip High School introduces

Project Adventure

The West Islip High School Physical Education Department offers a dynamic course to students titled Project Adventure. More...

Lindenhurst’s Alleghaney Elementary

School Students are making their mark

Lindenhurst More...

Deer Park High School’s annual Shadow Day

provides "Real World" work experience

As part of Deer Park High School More...

Obituaries

Kevin Rothen, Vietnam veteran, formerly of Babylon

Copiague resident and proud war veteran Kevin B. Rothen died January 21, 2005 after a long battle with emphysema. He was 57. More...

Ethyl Mulcahy, resident of Dominican Village

Ethyl M. Mulcahy, a four-year resident of Dominican Village Senior Housing in Amityville, died February 9, 2005. More...

Lindy School Board and residents at odds over graduation site

The location of Lindenhurst More...

Who’s running, who’s not in this November’s Town and County races

As S.C. Leg. David Bishop (D-Lindenhurst) completes his service as a lawmaker, he More...

Emergency workers rush to

Amityville Village Beach in rescue attempt

On a freezing Saturday, January 29 at 3:23 p.m., Lindenhurst, Copiague and Amityvile fire and emergency rescue teams responded to a water rescue call at the Village beach. More...

 

People/Social

Babylon Village scouts celebrate Scout Sunday

Scouts from Babylon Village, West Babylon, North Babylon and West Islip attended religious services at St. Joseph More...

Village Arts Council holds reception honoring local wildlife artist Bill Madigan

On the evening of February 18, the Babylon Village Arts Council sponsored a reception of local wildlife enthusiast and artist Bill Madigan, whose works have been commissioned by both Audubon Society and Ducks Unlimited for various fundraising events. More...

Babylon Rotary Club donates to CARE to help tsunami victims

The Babylon Rotary Club recently sent a check for $3,000 to CARE to help the organization in its work with victims of the tsunami. "We were impressed by CARE More...

Events & Bulletin

THE BEACON'S

CALENDAR OF EVENTS
The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week:
SATURDAY, March 12
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Marine Corps Leaque to sponsor college fair

The Marine Corps League is sponsoring a unique college fair designed for students interested in more than a traditional college experience. More...

Senator’s office looking for students interns

Senator Charles J. Fuschillo, Jr. (8th Senate District) announced that he is currently accepting applications for student interns in his district office in Freeport. More...

Opinion

Celebrating and renewing freedom of information laws after 30 years

Our guest editorial this week is from Robert Freeman, the executive director of the New York State Committee on Open Government, a committee formed 30 years ago and charged by law to oversee the implementation of the state More...

Freedom of Information after thirty years; Time for more sunshine

by: Robert J. Freeman Having worked for a New York State agency for less than six months, I was surprised to receive a call in which I was asked whether I would consider being loaned temporarily to a new office created to oversee the state More...













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