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January 25, 2002

  • News: Downtown Fire Spares Grist Mill

    The Robeson-Williams Grist Mill, one of the more historic structures in Roslyn, might have been spared total destruction from a fire last Saturday, Jan. 12 that did interior damage to Millenia Beauty Enterprises, 1345 Old Northern Blvd. FULL STORY

  • News: Village Weighs Verizon Bid

    The Village of Roslyn Estates board of trustees will be weighing a bid by Verizon to construct an antenna tower/structure at 1044 Northern Boulevard. Verizon has filed for a building permit. In addition, they will need a special use permit from the building before any construction can begin. Such permits will require public hearings, ones that will probably take place at future BOT meetings. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Bulldogs Continue Winning Ways

    Things are happening with the Roslyn High School varsity basketball squad. On Tuesday, Jan. 8, the Bulldogs continued their winning ways by defeating Sewanhaka, 71-41. Leading scorers for Roslyn were Raymond Johnson (23 points), Andrew Oliver (18 points), and Ronny Koening (14 points). The Bulldogs took a 21-10 first quarter lead and increased their margin in both the second and third quarters. FULL STORY

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