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Editorial: Tampering With Our Safety

The U.S. government shutdown began on Saturday, Dec. 22, right during the midst of the holiday season. Not all areas of the government are...

Students Are National Merit Semifinalists

Eleven Roslyn High School students from the Class of 2019 have qualified as semifinalists in this year’s National Merit Scholarship program. They are, from left:...

Students Shine At Yale

Roslyn High School’s Speech and Debate team competed recently at the annual Yale University tournament. The following students won accolades: Asher Bykov, 12th Speaker...

Coder School Ribbon Cutting

AP Scholar Award Winners

Roslyn Schools Rails Against Hugh Jackman Film

The Roslyn School District is giving a low grade to a new film set to go into production next month that depicts the true...

ICE Makes Predator Arrests

Officers from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcements (ICE) and the Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) arrested 16 sexual predators, including seven suspects on Long...

Welcome to Roslyn News Magazine

If one word could be used to describe the Village of Roslyn, it would be history. Its origins date back to 1633 and as...

That Was Then, This Is Now

The town of Roslyn was settled in 1633 and with it, came a great deal of history to preserve for future generations. To this...
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John J. Gutleber

John Gutleber was a native Long Islander with a BBA in Law and Finance and a Master’s Degree in Finance from Adelphi University. After...

Theresa Farrell

Theresa Farrell, a longtime resident of Roslyn, died on March 24, 2018 in Canton, CT, where she had resided for the last several years...

Former Village Trustee Dies

Soldier, businessman, husband and father. Robert L. Feinsod, who passed away at age 97 on Jan. 5, wore many hats in his long life....

Beth Abrams, PhD

Beth Abrams died of cancer on Dec. 22, 2017 at her Manhattan home, in hospice care. In her final illness she was lovingly cared...

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,...

Editorial: Doggy Deception

A woman brought her dog to a casual restaurant I dined at recently. I didn’t think much of it until the manager came by...

Editorial: Hung Out To Dry

"If giving water to someone dying of thirst is illegal, what humanity is left in the law of this country?" —No More Deaths volunteer...

Editorial: Misdirected Munificence

The latest chapter in Puerto Rico’s post-Hurricane Maria story is that Lin-Manuel Miranda is bringing his smash musical Hamilton to the island. Proceeds would...

Editorial: Guilty As Charged

Once again, we have the phenomenon of journalism being about....journalists. It seems that this breed makes the news more than the people they are...

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