Sprint Seeks Alternatives
At its June meeting, the Village of Roslyn Board of Trustees rejected an application by Sprint Spectrum to install three panel antennas to an existing transmission tower by Rallye Motors. Sprint had hoped to use the antennas to provide cellular phone assistance to local residents.
Businesses Rebound From Fire
A month ago, one of the worst fires in recent Roslyn history destroyed the establishments of three local businesses, and left over a dozen people without homes. The businesses have recovered by setting up shop at other, similar locations.
Hoop-It-Up Across Long Island
Hoop-It-Up®, the official 3-on-3 Tour of the NBA and NBC Sports and the premiere street basketball tour in the US, will make its 10th annual stop on Long Island, Aug. 26 and 27. More than 2,800 area basketball players are expected on 75 courts set up for tournament play at Nassau Coliseum.
Karate Students Receive Belt Promotions
Students at Charles Water's Karate & Fitness Center, Hwang Karate Studio, located in Williston Park, have received belt promotions after successfully completing a series of extensive exams.
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