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Roslyn
In the rich drama of Roslyn history, two strong-willed men who lived 200 years apart played seminal roles.
Photo: The Roslyn Memorial Clock Tower, which the village acquired in 1895. (photo from the collection of Joel Streich)
In the rich drama of Roslyn history, two strong-willed men who lived 200 years apart played seminal roles.
Photo: The Roslyn Memorial Clock Tower, which the village acquired in 1895. (photo from the collection of Joel Streich)
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  • Cinco de ... Pastrami

     
    Hold the Mayo. It was time for noshing, not nachos. For the 27th year, Rep. Gary Ackerman (D-Roslyn Heights) imported a truck full of pastrami, corned beef and other New York deli delicacies from Queens for his annual fundraiser and...
  • Senate split: Albany fiddles, counties act

     
    Nassau Legis. Wayne Wink, a Democrat, with Claudia Doliner, widow of Hal Doliner, and her daughter, Nicole. Hal Doliner, who had Alzheimer???s, got his wife???s car keys and went for a drive in March 2008. He died when the...

    2011 James Beard Award winners announced

     
    Winners were announced last night, Monday, May 9, 2011, at the annual 2011 James Beard Foundation Awards, the nation’s most prestigious recognition program honoring professionals in the food and beverage industries. During a ceremony hosted by Tom...

    'The Bachelorette' recap: On the hometown dates, J.P. rolls over the competition

     
    Heading into Monday night's episode of "The Bachelorette," J.P. was already my favorite remaining contestant. And then we met his mother Ilene and her button sweater. And that just put him over the top. Little Ashley traveled to all four...

    13 more students arrested in SAT cheating scandal; total now 20

     
    The SAT / ACT cheating scandal in New York has led to 13 more arrests. Long Island authorities announced the additional arrests in a scandal that involved students from elite high schools paying others to take college entrance exams for them.