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Roslyn Students Are National Merit Finalists

Nine Roslyn High School students of the Class of 2017 have advanced to become finalists after having been named semifinalists in the National Merit...

Finding Fulfillment At Friday Friends

Oyster Bay High School’s Terrance Cameron began a program called Friday Friends with the help of his father Rich and friend Mitchell Hensley, who...

No Arrests In Roslyn Heights Burglary

No arrests have been made in a burglary that took place last Saturday in Roslyn Heights. According to detectives from the Nassau County Police Department’s...

‘Best Dad Ever’

Remembering 9/11, 15 years later For many local residents, memorializing Long Island’s victims of the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001 goes beyond solemnly reading...

A League Of Volunteers

The Junior League of Long Island has one mission: to improve communities through active volunteering and to challenge women to greatness through friendship, compassion...

Basketball: The Roslyn Game

When you drive around the Roslyn area in the summer, you notice young people doing all the familiar things: swimming, playing at camps, working...
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Zucker, Longtime Roslyn Estates Mayor, Dies

Robert D. Zucker, a former mayor of Roslyn Estates and a longtime resident of that village, died at his home in North Shore Towers,...

Betty Bayliss Kohler

Longtime Roslyn Heights resident Betty Bayliss Kohler died peacefully in her sleep Feb. 27 at Spring Arbor of Richmond, VA, an assisted living facility. This...

Edythe Layne, Woman Of Many Hats, Dies At 92

Education, housing development, politics, not to mention raising a family with her husband, Philip; there was never a challenge too big for Edythe J....

Mary Tyler Moore: A Pioneer For Women And Television

Actress Mary Tyler Moore, known for The Dick Van Dyke Show and Mary Tyler Moore Show, died of cardiopulmonary arrest at 80 years old...

Milton Sutton, Advertising Genius, Dies

What American, of a certain generation, can forget the “Crying Indian” commercial that flourished on television screens throughout the early 1970s? In that commercial,...

Editorial: A Prime Place For Amazon

Last week, Amazon set off a cluster-scrum among cities across the country when the mega-corporation announced it is seeking to build a second headquarters....

Editorial: Book Ended

Letter: Middle Class Bait And Switch

So Mayor Bill de Blasio wants to tax the rich to pay for subway repairs for the poor, how nice. How many of those...

Editorial: Teachable Moments

As the children and teenagers in our Long Island communities head back to school this September, it is vitally important that we put them...

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