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December 13, 2002

  • News: Court Throws Out CCR Lawsuit

    Civic associations in Roslyn recently won a legal victory when a federal bankruptcy court dismissed a lawsuit by the CCR of Roslyn, one designed to terminate the current lease it has on the Country Club of Roslyn. The ruling took place Thursday, Dec. 5 at a court in Central Islip. By ending the lease, the CCR, citing maintenance costs, had also hoped to raise yearly membership fees. FULL STORY

  • News: Roslyn Lauded for Low Crime Rates

    Last month, the Clock Tower Party, the Village of Roslyn's oldest political party, held its annual fall meeting. Party members, naturally enough, discussed politics, including next year's elections. They also had a visit from a police officer from Nassau County's Sixth Precinct on the crime situation in the village itself. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Country Estates Wins Tennis title

    After being a finalist three of the last four years, Country Estates Tennis Club won its first men's championship by defeating Woodbury Tennis Club in a hard-fought match played at the Shelter Rock Tennis Club in late September. FULL STORY

  • Opinion: North Shore Charity Event
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