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June 11, 2004

  • News: Comptroller to Audit School District Finances

    As Pamela Gluckin, the former Roslyn School District employee was being arrested and charged with grand larceny, the offices of State Comptroller Alan Hevesi announced that they will initiate their own audit of the district's finances. FULL STORY

  • News: Tassone 'Relieved' As Schools Superintendent

    Calling it a "sad day" for the Roslyn School District, Board of Education President William Costigan announced that Dr. Frank A. Tassone, the longtime superintendent of the district, had been relieved of his duties and reassigned by the school board to "administrative leave at home." FULL STORY

  • Sports: Pool & Tennis Club Opens

    The Roslyn Pines Pool & Tennis Club ushered in the 2004 season on Memorial Day weekend with the annual carnival. There were plenty of rides for the children to enjoy, and plenty of delicious cotton candy and popcorn for everyone to enjoy. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Waterhouse Cup Volunteers Needed

    The 2004 TD Waterhouse Cup presented by Roslyn Savings Bank men's professional tennis tournament is seeking volunteers to fill numerous positions during the ATP men's event later this summer. FULL STORY

  • Opinion: Pigs at the Trough
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