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December 18, 1998

  • NEWS: Roslynite Named Naval Commanders

    James Gregorski, USN, the son of Charles and Jennie Gregorski of Roslyn Heights, was promoted to the rank of Commander in May 1998. He was also recently selected as the next Commanding Officer of Sea Control Squadron Three One (VS-31) flying the Lockheed S-3B Viking aircraft. A Roslyn High School graduate, he attended Western Michigan University graduating with a BS Degree in business administration. He was commissioned in December 1982 and earned his Naval Aviator Wings of Gold in July 1985. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Hearing Focuses on Tree Removal

    The latest Site Review Board hearing concerning a plan to build senior housing at Remsen Avenue focused on tree removal, parking, and landscaping a center island for the new residential area. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Pierce Stars for Hamilton

    Jessica Pierce, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Pierce of Roslyn, is a member of the Hamilton College women's basketball team this season. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Scholar/Athlete Team Awards

    The New York State Public High School Athletic Association has been sponsoring the Scholar/Athlete Team Award Program since 1991. To earn a team award, a certain required number of varsity athletes in each varsity sport must have their season's report card averages combined for a team average. If that average is 90 percent or greater, the NYSPHSAA declares the team a state scholar/athlete team. Each athlete on a scholar/athlete team who has an average of 3.3 or higher receives a NYSPHSAA scholar/athlete award pin. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Superintendent's Column

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