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September 3, 2004

  • News: Roslyn Grist Mill Restoration Update

    The first phase of the long anticipated restoration of Roslyn's venerable 18th century Dutch Grist Mill has recently been completed. A team of architects from the firm of John G. Waite Associates of Albany have produced a detailed feasibility study for the restoration of the mill. FULL STORY

  • News: Banta Approved As Interim Principal

    Fallout from the embezzlement scandal at the Roslyn School District continues to grow. The most recent casualty is Dr. Jayson Stoller, the longtime principal at Roslyn High School. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Heart Walk Ambassadors

    Long Island residents Jennifer Sanfilippo, a 27-year-old living with neurocardiogenic syncope, and Jeffrey Frankel of Roslyn, a survivor of Tetralogy of Fallot, "blue baby syndrome," and open-heart surgery, have been named the "red cap survivor ambassadors" of the American Heart Association's 2004 Long Island American Heart Walk. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Litwin Chosen for 2004 Tennis Squad

    Seeking to defend the Austria Cup that the USA team won last year in Turkey, the United States Tennis Association has selected Roslyn tennis professional and mental training coach Bob Litwin as a member of the 2004 squad. FULL STORY

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