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Shag Boutiques Keep Roslyn Humming

The hippest place in Roslyn may just be the Shag New York Boutique. Formerly located on Old Northern Boulevard, Shag has relocated to the...

Bells Toll For The Parkland Dead

The bells tolled for the 17 people, including high school students, killed in February at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, FL. At 10...

RCP On The Road To Xanadu

The Royal Crown Players of Roslyn High School are back at it again presenting their absurdity on wheels, the award-winning and “you are going...

Students Appointed To East Hills Committee

Michael Koblenz, mayor of East Hills, has added three prominent high school students to the village’s Friends for Friends Committee. The program provides special needs...

Singas Announces MS-13 Indictments

The campaign against MS-13 (Mara Salvatrucha) gang members continued last week as Nassau County District Attorney Madeline Singas announced the indictment of 17 alleged...

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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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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,...

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...

Editorial: We Are Disgusting

In celebration of Earth Day on April 22, the Department of Transportation (DOT) reached out to a handful of media outlets to admonish the...

Editorial: Adult Education

In recent months, students have walked into the national spotlight, taking part in demonstrations, marches and protests to call for gun reform and safer...

Editorial: The Jefferson Statue

Most Long Islanders have never visited the Hofstra University campus. Only a modest percentage of parents send their children to college there. Hofstra has...

Editorial: Close Call

When a luxury coach bus carrying 43 passengers—including 38 Long Island high school students, along with chaperones and the driver—smashed into an overpass on...

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