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May 24, 2002

  • News: Crime Meeting in Roslyn Heights

    Roslyn area residents continue to express concern over the crime issue and how it might affect their neighborhoods. The Roslyn Heights Civic Association recently held their own public meeting on the subject. Inspector George Morrish of the Nassau County's 6th Precinct addressed the meeting and gave some sobering news that itself was similar to what he had relayed to a meeting held last March in the Village of East Hills, namely the local crime rate has increased significantly in recent years. FULL STORY

  • News: Elevator Work Begins

    The Village of Roslyn is set to install an elevator in its village hall, thus ending one of the minor controversies that has been lingering in the village over the past year and a half. FULL STORY

  • Sports: North Shore Storm Still Rolling

    The North Shore Storm kept its winning streak alive on Saturday, May 11 as it won a closely contested game and defeated the Valley Stream Hornets 2-1 at the Community Center in Glen Head. The win gives the Storm a record of six wins, one tie, no losses for 19 points and sole possession of first place in Division N4 of the Long Island Junior Soccer League. FULL STORY

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