September 28, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Legislator Horsley visits camp at Cedar Beach

Suffolk County Legislator Wayne Horsley (Dist. 14) and Robert Meyer, executive director, Babylon Town Youth Bureau, visited the Sea Explorers More...

West Babylon bank robbed

Detectives from the Suffolk County Police Department Major Case Investigations Unit are investigating a bank robbery that occurred at the Suffolk Federal Credit Union, 50-110 Route 109, West Babylon, Tuesday, September 12. More...

Opening Prayer ceremony held in Hauppauge

Recently, Father Robert Scheckenback was chosen by Suffolk County Legislator Thomas F. More...

Special Sections

Schools/Sports

Atlantic League Playoffs Underway

Fowl Ball! Weekly report on the DUCKS

The Long Island Ducks have been anxiously awaiting this moment for nearly three months. Now, the playoffs are finally here. More...

Columnists - Free Access

Pets, Pets, Pets

Pets of the Week

Baseball isn't for dogs. Your dog doesn't even know about this year's possibility of a Subway Series; but sure as shootin', Fido will stay by you to root for your favorite More...

Library

This week at the library

Babylon, 24 South Carll Avenue 669-1624 Arthritis Exercise Program: Monday, October 2, 16, 23, 30, November 6, 13. Call for times. $12 pp fee payable to Vicki Luckman. More...

Obituaries

George Doan, 82, longtime union local 25 electrician

George O. Doan, a 59-year Brightwaters resident, was an electrician who spent his career with Union Local 25, The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers on Long Island. He retired after 60 years. More...

Memorial dedicated to former 20-year Caumsett caretaker Gordon Rosenbauer

A memorial service and dedication were held for longtime dedicated caretaker of Caumsett State Park, Gordon "Duke" Rosenbauer on August 13, 2006 when a memorial bench in his name was installed at Caumsett in the brick-walled gardens. More...

Opinion

Help ease kids back into school

Editorial

Our children are back in school making what is not an easy transition from a carefree summer vacation to the demands of learning. Let's be kind to them. More...

DRAWING CONCLUSIONS

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President Bush's democracy in Iraq

Dear Editor: President George Bush cannot tell the Iraqis, nor the World, what type of government they should have or that a Democracy is the best thing for them. More...

Bridgeview residents pressure Village to rescind covenants; threaten lawsuits

An attorney representing the Bridgeview Town House Development and a group of residents now living there told the Babylon Village Board last week that unless the Village agrees to their demands for "fairness and equity," that the Village, and all of More...

Babylon Football: Panthers foil Phantoms

A touching moment of silence for Bayport student Carlo Geronimo, an auto accident victim in April, More...

Lindenhurst Village listens to and rejects telecommunications tower proposal

Board decides to market project inhouse

A proposal by BeaconWireless Management, a company that acts on behalf of local municipalities, emergency fire, police and ambulance districts in negotiating with cell phone providers such as Verizon, Nextel and Sprint, made a presentation to the Lin More...

WBJHS gives a warm welcome to its newest additions

The West Babylon Junior High School recently held its 10th annual Sixth Grade Parent and Student Visit. National Junior Honor Society members acted as tour guides leading the parents, guardians and students through the unfamiliar hallways. More...

 

People/Social

Lindy man appointed director of Wine and Marketing

Ben Milano, a resident of Lindenhurst has been appointed by Maxwell and Dunne's Steakhouse, (formerly The Vanderbilt), as its new director of wine and marketing. More...

Conklin House to host open house and tour

The Conklin House, located in Babylon Village, will, once again, host a tour/open house. Learn about its history while touring the the decorated rooms. As an added bonus, also tour the newly built barn. More...

Baby cousins share birthday, sisters share room at Good Samaritan Hospital

Sisters Danielle Vincent, 32, of Commack, and Alison White, 30, of North Babylon discovered they were pregnant earlier this year. Then they learned their due dates were only a day apart and they were thrilled. More...

Events & Bulletin

THE BEACON'S CALENDAR OF EVENTS

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

Live Poets Society workshop series to begin on October 14

The Live Poets Society will hold its fall poetry writing workshop series for 2006, Saturdays, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Unitarian Universalist Society of South Suffolk, 28 Brentwood Rd., Bay Shore. More...

Babylon Lions Club annual charity softball game to be held on October 14

Babylon Lions Club eighth annual Charity Softball Game Benefiting the Christa House of West Babylon will be held Saturday, October 14, 1 to 5 p.m. at Sawyer Avenue Softball Field, West Babylon. The game will feature the BabylonLions vs. Msgr . More...













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