May 10, 2001 RSS feed / Front Page

Three running in Lindenhurst Schools; one contest

by Carolyn James More...

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Schools/Sports

Local scouts move up

On April 20, Cub Scout Pack 99 of Babylon held its Arrow of Light ceremony. The boys received their badges and moved up into their new Boy Scout troop. More...

Deer Park baseball varsity unstoppable

Off to a league leading 7-1 start (8-1 overall), the Deer Park High School varsity baseball team has been virtually unstoppable this year. More...

Two up and one down for Babylon track teams

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Obituaries

Richard E. Brown, former resident of Babylon

Richard E. Brown, a former resident of Babylon, died April 26, 2001 at Harborside-Northwood Nursing Facility in Bedford, New Hampshire after a long battle with Alzheimer More...

Forrest A. LaValley of Lindenhurst, Long Island banker

Forrest A. LaValley, a resident of Lindenhurst for the past five years and a former longtime resident of North Massapequa died April 14, 2001 after a three-year fight against cancer. He was 72 years old. More...

Three School Board seats open in NB

by Carolyn James More...

Two challenge three incumbents in at-large election for West Babylon School Board

With a $50 million capital improvement project underway, what the West Babylon School District needs is continuity on the school board. That, according to three incumbent Trustees who are running in an at-large election against two challengers More...

Village enacts Pooper Scooper law with fines for violators

Babylon might just be a little nicer More...

National Geography Bee

Udall Road Middle School sixth grader Rod Alzmann has won the school-level competition of the National Geography Bee and a chance at the $25,000 college scholarship. More...

 

People/Social

Babylon Post 94 ALA news

Members of the American Legion Auxiliary Babylon Unit # 94 initiated new members and years of service. More...

Sumpwams Garden Club

A wonderful time was had at Sumpwams spring installation of officers on April 29. More...

Former resident promoted to Police Captain in Florida

Brett Patterson, a former 18-year-resident of Babylon Village was appointed to the rank of police captain with the City of West Palm Beach Police Department on April 15. More...

Events & Bulletin

• The Beacon BULLETIN BOARD • The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week: FRIDAY, May 11

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Coast Guard Aviation Day

U.S. Coast Guard Air Auxiliary 12-07 will be hosting Coast Guard Aviation Day on May 11 at Long Island More...

L.I. Yoga Association

The Long Island Yoga Association will hold a workshop, Saturday, May 12, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at United Methodist Church, 407 Main St., Farmingdale. For more information call 631-261-1777. More...

Opinion

Local control means more than just voting on school district budgets

In this week More...

Cecilia Bowles, devoted teacher remembered Dear Editor:

I was very saddened to read of the death of Cecilia Bowles, (April 19). I started my first year of teaching in the West Babylon Main School gym in 1952 with Celie as my partner. More...

People moved near Republic with eyes wide open Dear Editor:

Re: People moved near Republic with eyes wide open," written by Jack Solomons, Massapequa Park which appeared in the Massapequa Post issue of April 25, 2001. More...













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