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Syosset Week in Review: Feb. 17-23

Christiano's to close, burglaries and car break-ins reported, and a 'deadbeat dad' pleaded guilty this week.

Here were the stories that topped Syosset Patch this week:

Christiano's Restaurant to Close

The Syosset restaurant once believed to be the inspiration for an iconic Billy Joel song will close their doors for good, according to Newsday.

Cops Report 11 Burglaries Nearby

Nassau County Police reported 11 burglaries, most in residential areas. in Hicksville, Jericho, Plainview, and other surrounding towns within the Second Precinct.

'Deadbeat Dad' Pleads Guilty

A former Syosset resident, once nicknamed "the most wanted deadbeat parent" by Health and Human Services, agreed to pay more than $1 million in child support Thursday after pleading guilty to criminal charges, according to Newsday.

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Cops: 10 Car Break-Ins

Nassau County Police reported 10 incidents where thiefs broke into cars and took valuables, cash, and electronics.

Services Set for Lucy Amistadi

The former Syosset resident died Friday at Mass General Hospital in Boston, Mass.

Update: Chipotle Opening Date Revised

Chipotle Mexican Grill will open their doors in Syosset on Feb. 28, according to company representatives.

22nd Volunteer Day a Success

Syosset High School's Awareness Club welcomed representatives from area organizations for their 22nd Annual Volunteer Day.

Baylis Alums Reunite for Literacy Week

Syosset PTA's annual Literacy Week was a hit for Baylis Elementary students.

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