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October 23, 1998

  • NEWS: Restoration Project Enters a New Phase

    Now that $2.65 million from a key bond act will soon be heading Roslyn's way, what will be the next step for the Grist Mill renovation project? FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Congregation Settles With V.I.P Caterer

    Last week, Old Westbury Hebrew Congregation came to a settlement with V.I.P. Caterer over an earlier contractual dispute. The congregation was able to terminate its relationship with the caterer, ending a stalemate that had been tied up in New York State courts. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Klein Steers Binghamton to Tennis Title

    Binghamton University junior women's tennis player Julie Klein of Roslyn captured the first doubles flight, leading the Division II Colonials to a team championship in the New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) Women's Tennis Championships, hosted this weekend by Binghamton. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Race and Rally for Breast Cancer

    Look up the word "optimistic" in the dictionary and you're sure to find a description of Sandie Litman if not her actual photograph. In the spring of 1998, Sandie, a Roslyn resident, was diagnosed with breast cancer after a routine yearly mammography. One might have expected extreme signs of fear, or perhaps bits of depression, but not Sandie. Sandie researched and consulted with experts and became an informed victim prepared to make educated decisions. FULL STORY


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