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Senator Owen Johnson (Fourth Senate District Suffolk County) was honored at a recent Action Long Island meeting by both Dr. Jonathan C. More...

Babylon Arts Council holds Long Island Spring Arts Festival

The Babylon Citizens Council on the Arts (BaCCA) hosted a Long Island Spring Arts Festival recently, with a presentation of local artists at the Nathaniel Conklin House and Old Town Hall in Babylon Village. More...

Deer Park Board of Ed recognizes DP High School Class of 2005 top 10 students

With the school year winding down shortly, the Deer Park Board of Education recognized this years top graduating students at April 19 More...

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Schools/Sports

Scholars in the ...

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Lindenhurst student honored for extraordinary volunteer services

The recipient of the prestigious Lindy Pride award in 2004 for his innovative ideas in establishing a memorial garden for local victims of the September WTC tragedy, Joseph Masciello was honored a second time recently. More...

Teachers Federal Credit Union establishes

banking day program with Forest Ave. Elementary

Teachers Federal Credit Union (TFCU) has teamed up with the Forest Avenue Elementary School in West Babylon, to establish a Banking Day program for kindergarten through fifth grade students. 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, July 16
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Leg. Barraga signs Hit, Run and Hide Bill into law

Legislation increasing penalties for drivers who leave the scene of fatal or personal injury vehicle accidents that earlier passed both houses of the State Legislature has been signed into law by Gov. More...

Tooker Avenue Elementary cleans up Beaver Lake

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Opinion

Editorial

Letters to London

That beautiful city of London, steeped in civility and human dignity and filled with freedom-loving people, did not deserve the hatred and terror that was heaved upon them by uncivil, freedom-hating people who find their strength in the darkness of a More...

DRAWING CONCLUSIONS—by Kevin Eastwood

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Sen. Fuschillo announces passage of anit-DWI legislation

Our efforts to end DWI in New York State took another step forward recently with the unanimous passage of "Vasean More...

Town of Babylon’s Sept. 11th Memorial nearing completion

After more than three years of planning and fundraising, the Town of Babylon More...

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Students at the Bayview Elementary School in West Islip recently walked for the Make-a-Wish Foundation, raising hundreds of dollars for a terminally-ill child who wish to visit Disney World for the first time. More...

Former Pequan named S.C. Poet Laureate

As a young man growing up in Massapequa, Daniel Moran went through the process of maturation that most teenagers experience. It is a time in which they discover who they are and what they believe in. More...

Bank robbery in Copiague

The Suffolk County Police Department Major Case Investigations Unit is investigating a bank robbery that occurred at the Washington Mutual Bank, located at 895 Merrick Road, Copiague. More...

Lindenhurst man assaulted in road rage incident July 4th

Suffolk County Police Fourth Precinct officers have charged a Smithtown electrician with Menacing 2nd Degree and Criminal Possession of a Weapon 4th Degree following a road rage incident which happened on Monday, July 4, 2005, in Lake Grove. More...

 

People/Social

Cpl. Liam McLoughlin shares a little of Marine life

What can you accomplish in two years? If you ask Lance Cpl. Liam J. McLoughlin, he might say you can accomplish a great deal. More...

Good Samaritan Hospital awarded accreditation from Joint Commission

By demonstrating compliance with the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organization More...

Excellence in education recognized in Lindenhurst

On April 28, the Lindenhurst Board of Education presented Excellence in Education awards to three faculty members for their outstanding community service. More...

Columnists - Free Access

Pets, Pets, Pets...

Purebred cats like the Persian and the Siamese sound like they stepped right out of the old geography book, but you can More...

Poster pets of the week

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Obituaries

Elder William Henley, community & spiritual leader

William Henley, who lived in Amityville for more than 40 years, was very active in his community. He and his wife started a church in their hometown, rejuvenated a local playground and had stop signs erected at a dangerous intersection. More...

Stephen Feig, former Suffolk official

Stephen Feig became involved in politics to make his community a better place. More...

Richard J. Ryan,West Islip resident

Richard J. Ryan, of West Islip, died May 3, 2005. More...













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