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Babylon Village holds summer swim meet - Free Access

This story contains a video Despite rainy weather, Babylon Village held its annual swim meet, giving youngsters a chance to  compete for medals.The event got underway at 9 a.m. with parents and youngsters lining up as they huddled beneath umbrellas.Watch the print edition of the Babylon Beacon for more on this story:www.babylonbeacon.com

Babylon hosts the annual Soldiers' Ride - Free Access

This story contains a video On Fri., July 21st, for the 10th consecutive year, thousands rode through the streets of Babylon alongside proud veterans to support wounded service members.

Memorial Day in Babylon Village - Free Access

Rain does not keep marchers away

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Toddler gorillas showcase at Bronx Zoo - Free Access

This story contains a video The baby western lowland gorillas (Gorilla gorilla gorilla) born at the Bronx Zoo in 2014 and 2015 are a year older and ready for summer. Their playful interactions with their parents and one another give zoo visitors an opportunity to observe the family dynamics and see how their personalities have developed.

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Assemblywoman Kimberly Jean-Pierre brings funds to fight drug abuse

This story contains a video “It is,” said NYS Assemblywoman Kimberly Jean- Pierre, “about saving lives.” The Lindenhurst lawmaker was joined by S.C. Exec. Steve Bellone at Lindenhurst High School last week to announce state funding to two local groups battling the heroin and opioid epidemics in their communities.

Two community groups get a little help from the state in fighting drug abuse - Free Access

Grants through NYS Assemblywoman Kimberly Jeanne-Pierre's office

This story contains a video It is, said NYS Assemblywoman Kimberly Jean-Pierre, about saving lives.The Lindenhurst lawmaker was joined by S.C. Exec. Steve Bellone at Lindenhurst High School today to announce state funding to two local groups battling the heroin and opioid epidemics in their communities.  Lindenhurst and Copiague Community Cares coalitions each received $30,000.

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