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July 20, 2001

  • NEWS: No Cell Site in East Hills

    Ever since an article that ran in last week's The Roslyn News reporting that a cell tower was being constructed in East Hills by Verizon, the village's town hall has been the subject of numerous calls by residents, all expressing concern over such a tower. As it turns out, the cell tower was, in fact, recently installed on property in Old Westbury, not East Hills. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Salem AME Renovation Project

    The past several years in Roslyn has seen renovation efforts on such local landmarks as the Robeson-Williams Grist Mill and the Ellen E. Ward Clock Tower. The entire North Shore area is bracing for ambitious construction plans on the Roslyn Viaduct. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Old Westbury Star Turns Pro

    The Sonoma County Crushers, the lone original member of the Western Baseball League (WBL), recently signed middle infielder Winter Adames out of SUNY College at Old Westbury to a minor league contract. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Mullins Wins Scholar-Athlete Award

    Edward Travaglianti (left), chairman and chief executive officer, EAB, presents Brian Mullins of Wheatley High School with an EAB/News 12 Scholar-Athlete Award. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Reactors a Health Risk Logo
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