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Babylon Village Library holds grand reopening

The third oldest library in Suffolk County, the Babylon Public Library, became one of the newest libraries in Suffolk County, when it celebrated the grand opening and re-dedication of its refurbished and expanded facility. More...

Leg. Horsley announces aid to fund CERT in Babylon

County Legislator Wayne R. Horsley and County Executive Steve Levy announced today an increase of $75,000 to the County Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Training Program for Veterans. More...

Four arrested for soliciting children for sex

to be Focus of America's Most Wanted Episode

In the continuing effort to combat the online sexual exploitation of children, County Executive Steve Levy, Police Commissioner Richard Dormer and detectives from the Suffolk County Police Computer Crimes Section announced the arrest of four men, inc More...

Special Sections

Columnists - Free Access

Heard It On The Grapevine

SHE'S RUNNING FOR ISLIP TOWN SUPERVISOR, Pam Greene, a native Babylonian, and a 1980 graduate of Babylon High School has announced her candidacy for the Republican nomination for Islip Supervisor to fill the unexpired term of Peter McGowan, who rece More...

Library

This week at the library

Babylon, 24 South Carll Ave 631-669-1624 John James Audubon talk: Tuesday, May 2 from 7-8:30 p.m., Learn more about the famed naturalist & historical figure. Free program. More...

Events & Bulletin

THE BEACON'S CALENDAR OF EVENTS

The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week: More...

Babylon Lions asthma walk to be held Sunday, May 7

Ann Little enlightened the Babylon Lions about the epidemic proportions of asthma especially in children. She explained the need for research in order to alleviate the danger of this disease. More...

Babylon Lions Club annual Golf Outing to be held Monday, May 8

The Babylon Lions Club will be holding its 42nd annual golf outing, Monday, May 8 at the Rock Hill Country Club, 103 Clancy Rd., Manorville. More...

Opinion

Let's grow up and find real solutions to our energy problems

Complaining about the high prices at the gasoline pump is like whining because your savings account has hit zero. Both are dependent upon the hard work, sacrifice and money you invest into them. More...

DRAWING CONCLUSIONS

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Be a part of the Beacon's Public Forum

The Beacon invites readers to present their views, ideas and issues. Please submit letters to the editor to us at PO Box 670, Babylon, NY 11702. Letters should be signed and include a daytime telephone number for verification purposes only. More...

Sen. Johnson congratulates Deer Park H.S. students

State Senator Owen H. Johnson recently took the time to greet the talented Deer Park High School students who were selected to participate in the statewide Lifesmarts Competition that was held earlier this month in Albany. More...

Babylon Memorial Grade School helps local Head Start Program

Sixth graders in the Babylon Memorial Grade School Home & Career Skills course have made bears of felt for the local Head Start Program. More...

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory comes alive in N.

Students in North Babylon's Marion G. Vedder Elementary School brought the popular More...

 

Schools/Sports

B A B Y L O N SCHOOL DISTRICT

From the Superintendent's desk...

A word about school taxes and budgets.... A recent poll showed that the biggest concerns of Long Islanders are property taxes and the cost to live on Long Island. More...

BHS presents "The Foreigner"

D r a m a students in Babylon High School recently presented to the c o m m u n i t y " More...

Meet the Candidates Night Monday, May 1

The Babylon PTSA/PTA invites all school district residents to a Board of Education "Meet the Candidates Night" on Monday, May 1 at the Babylon Jr./Sr. High School library at 7 p.m. More...

Obituaries

Anne McGlone, 91, longtime Babylon Village resident

Babylon Village resident Anne McGlone will be remembered by her friends and family as a special person who always had her door open for those looking for a cup of coffee and good conversation. More...

Craig Luther, MPK Village Employee &Copiague coach

Craig Luther, an avid sportsman and community member who worked for the Village of Massapequa Park, died March 28, 2006. He was 42 years old. Since 2004 he worked as a motor equipment operator and landscaper for the village. More...

Paul Morgan, Babylon senior fire department member

Paul E. "Buzz" Morgan, a proud member of the Babylon Fire Department and a World War II veteran, died March 26, 2006. More...













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