June 23, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

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Shawn Cullinane, Lindenhurst Village Clerk, greeted former Lindenhurst resident Joseph Quigley on a recent visit to Lindenhurst Village Hall. More...

Deer Park bank robbed

Suffolk County police Department Major Case Investigations Unit Detectives are investigating a bank robbery that occurred in North Babylon. More...

Suffolk Police shut down illegal massage parlor in Farmingdale

Suffolk County Police Department First Precinct Crime Section Officers executed a search warrant June 16, at an illegal massage parlor in Farmingdale, arresting four women for prostitution. More...

Lindenhurst Historical Society

The 1901 Depot, Freighthouse and Caboose will be open for free guided tours beginning July 1, every Wednesday, Friday and Saturday, 2 to 4 p.m. When you have visitors this summer bring them to the Depot or the Old Village Hall Museum on S. More...

Special Sections

Schools/Sports

West Babylon’s South Bay Elementary students take off studying energy

As part of their scientific study of energy, students in Mrs. Murphy More...

Deer Park student recipient of 2005 NY Lottery Scholarship

Deer Park High School Principal Nanine Cuttitta announced that senior Stefanie Henn is the recipient of the New York Lottery 2005 Leaders of Tomorrow scholarship. More...

Lindenhurst Schools hold

Greek Games competition

Only a select few athletes can call themselves "Olympians." As of March 14, sixth graders at Lindenhurst Middle School added themselves to that prestigious list. More...

Events & Bulletin

THE BEACON'S

CALENDAR OF EVENTS
The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week:
FRIDAY, June 24
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Pataki and Barraga visit

New York's Air National Guard

During a recent visit to Long Island, Governor George Pataki (at podium) addresses members of New York More...

Babylon Community Scholarship Fund’s 40th anniversary

Tuesday, May 3 was the annual dinner fashion show honoring the winners of this year More...

Opinion

Republic has to help build trust in the community

Republic Airport officials may be right when they say that they are addressing safety, not expansion issues as they make major changes. More...

Look who were "no shows"

On another note, there were several officials noticeably absent from the recent rally at Republic; officials whose silence over the past several years has also raised suspicion and mistrust. More...

Outgoing Islip Town Councilman Brian Ferruggiari isn’t slacking

Outgoing Islip Town Councilman Brian Ferruggiari isn More...

Rally at Republic Airport puts political pressure on Commission to address public

After doing battle in the courts with limited success, public officials in communities around Republic Airport have taken their fight to the streets to force the airport "to be a good neighbor. More...

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In the picture, John Miller, Commissioner of the Department of Public Works, Town of Babylon, looks on as Cynthia De Bear is presented with a citation proclaiming her "Employee of the Month" for the month of April by Babylon Town Supervisor Steve Bel More...

NB School District names new Superintendent

A saying on the wall in Dr. Randy Bos More...

Serious auto accident in Lindenhurst

The North Lindenhurst Fire Department responded to a serious automobile accident May 14 at the Sunrise Highway exit of Wellwood Avenue. A man driving a sedan crashed into the ramp. More...

County Executive Levy pays tribute to soldiers

Suffolk County Executive Steve Levy presented the first ever Suffolk County Medal of Distinguished Military Service to the parents of Suffolk soldiers who died in service to their country while fighting in Iraq or Afghanistan as part of the global wa More...

 

People/Social

Graduate makes Babylon grandparents proud

Sarah Fitzpatrick, the daughter of James Fitzpatrick and Deborah Malaga Fitzpatrick, graduated from St. John More...

It's a girl!

Patricia Noto, of Babylon, announces the birth of her granddaughter Mariella Victoria, born April 29, 2005. She weighted seven pounds, five ounces and was 19 inches long. Mariella is the daughter of Marie and Michael of Islip. More...

They're engaged!

Mr. and Mrs. C. Richard Sorvillo, of Massapequa, announce the engagement of their daughter Heather to Peter Horstmann, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerard Horstmann of Babylon. More...

Columnists - Free Access

Heard It On The Grapevine

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Dear Deer Park by Joyce This will be a column of some belated and current wishes

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Pets, Pets, Pets...

This is Part 2 of my retirement saga of the "Animal Planet" visitors who have passed through my elementary classroom in the last 32 years- all in the name of rescue or humane education. More...

Obituaries

Paula Papas,

LaGrange Inn waitress

Longtime Babylon resident Paula Papas lived in the same house on East Court for 50 years. She was known to many locals for her wonderful service during her 20 years as a waitress at LaGrange Inn Restaurant in West Islip. More...

Jerry Gruhn, Suffolk Police Officer

Jerry Gruhn, an Amityville resident, served as a Suffolk County Police Officer for 23 years. Mr. Gruhn lived in Amityville for 33 years. More...

Joan T. Rooney, of Babylon

Joan T. Rooney, of Babylon, died April 25, 2005. She was 72 years old. More...













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