Roslyn News


Town Weighs Country Club Options

The ongoing saga of the Roslyn Country Club took another turn last week. Town of North Hempstead officials, who have jurisdiction over Roslyn Heights...

School News

Harbor Hill Students At All County Festival

Harbor Hill School will have six students in the upcoming Nassau Music Educators All County Music Festival. The rehearsals take place at Lawrence Middle School...

Wheatley Embraces Culture

Every year, on the day before winter break, the Inter-Cultural Unity Club at The Wheatley School organizes what has become many students’ favorite school...

RESA At Homecoming

Fire & Police

‘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...

Be On The Lookout For Imposters

BY JOE SCOTCHIE Summer is here and that often means the knock on the front door. Officials with the Village of East Hills are warning...
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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,...

Israel Kriegel

Israel Kriegel of Roslyn died on July 1, at age 90. Husband of Sally. Father of Risa Kriegel Coscia (Sam) and Len (Ellen). Grandfather...

Animal Trapping Cruelty

New York may soon pass disturbing legislation, S.2953c/A.9462a, which would dismantle our longstanding ban on cruel and dangerous cable restraint traps in order to...

Nicholas DiNapoli, Longtime Pillar, Dies At 92

Many Roslynians have set down roots by coming from other parts of the metropolitan area. An exception was, for instance, Marshall Ward, the longtime...

Christine Alexander

Christine Alexander, one of the few remaining links to Old Roslyn and one of the oldest members of Trinity Episcopal Church, passed away March...

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