New Political Party Formed in Roslyn
The new year will begin with a new political party in Roslyn that intends to challenge the Clock Tower Party's nominations for the Village of Roslyn Board of Trustees.
1999: The Year in Roslyn
In 1999, there was nothing as dramatic as the Civil War re-enactment at the Nassau County Museum of Art, which got things in Roslyn off to a bang in 1998. Still, plenty of news occurred that affected the everyday lives of local residents in the Roslyn area.
Glenwood-Glen Head Baseball Registration
The Glenwood-Glen Head Junior Baseball League will hold early registration on two consecutive Saturdays, Jan. 22 and Jan. 29 in the North Shore High School gym lobby from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. All children who are residents of the Central School District #1, born between Nov. 30 1986 and Dec. 1, 1994 are eligible, (Grades K-7). Jackets and equipment bags will be on sale during registration. The fee is $60 for the first child and $45 for each additional child from the same family. Cubs fee is $35. For more information call 759-3559 or www.Glenbaseball.com.
Local Karatot Graduates
Several local students recently graduated from Charles Water's Hwang Karate Studio in Williston Park. They are: Jonathan Bass of East Hills, Matthew Black of East Williston, Aaron Bolnick and Seth Bolnick of Roslyn, Adam Jackson of Williston Park, and Tyler Tine of Glen Head. Pictured above are students with their new belts.
Daly Traffic Plan a Betrayal