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March 1, 2002

  • News: BOT Elections March 19

    Every now and then, opposition parties spring up when local board of trustee elections roll around. This year won't be one of those occasions. The villages of Roslyn, Roslyn Harbor, and Roslyn Estates will all hold elections on March 19. But the incumbents in all three of those villages will not face any declared opponents. FULL STORY

  • News: It's Redistricting Time

    The 2000 census is complete and at least as far as politics is concerned, the next step is the proposed redrawing of voting districts for local, state, and federal offices. The same process is currently taking place in Long Island. However, New York State politicians in the Roslyn area do not expect any major changes concerning the districts they represented in the 1990s. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Coach Risener Reflects On Winning Season

    It's not the biggest sports story to come out of the North Shore in recent days, but the Roslyn High School Bulldogs are enjoying their best year since 1997. By the time you read this, the Bulldogs may or may not have advanced to the Nassau County Class B basketball finals, but either way, it's been a most successful year for Coach Jeff Risener's squad. FULL STORY

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