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June 19, 1998

  • NEWS: Promoting A Literary Legend

    In its long history, Roslyn has either produced or been home to a number of American literary figures. There is Christopher Morley, the popular journalist and playwright who has an entire park named after him. Novelists educated at our public school system include Michael Crichton, whose books are no strangers to best seller lists and Cameron Stracher, author of a recent, well-received first novel. The poet Norbert Krapf and longtime sports columnist Stan Isaacs are among the authors who call Roslyn home. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Civic Association Recommendations

    Leaders of the East Hills-based United Civics Association met recently in order to discuss and reach consensus on certain proposed new laws pending approval of the village's board of trustees. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Harbor Links to Open July 27

    The Manhasset Chamber of Commerce will hold its first golf outing and the first golf outing at the brand new Town of North Hempstead Harbor Links Golf Course on Monday, July 27. The course is expected to be open to the public in mid-July. On Thursday, June 4, Gerard Olsen, North Hempstead's Parks Commissioner, gave a tour of the course to Betsy Chesebrough, president of the Manhasset Chamber of Commerce, Charlie Chesebrough and Brian Jennings, co-chairmen of the golf outing. FULL STORY


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