Syosset Week in Review: March 10-16

New Pope, fallen firefighter, Syosset burglaries, and more headlines from last week.

Syosset Catholics 'Excited' for New Pope

Syosset Catholics were thrilled to learn that Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio was named the new Pope. 

Firemen Bid Farewell to Fallen Comrade

Firemen from across Nassau County joined together Monday to say goodbye to Captain George A. Turner Jr., who died unexpectedly of an apparent heart attack.

The Syosset area is not yet out of the winter burglary spike as reports nearly tripled from the previous week in the Second Precinct. 

LIE Reopened After Dumptruck Overturns

All lanes of the Long Island Expressway are now open after an overturned dumptruck filled with dirt caused complete eastbound closures Monday.

Route 135 Baby Arrives Special Delivery

Dad was in the driver's seat but Alani Evelyn Mars had decided on a faster route. Meet the kid who couldn't wait to arrive and her grateful parents.

Syosset Teacher Receives Hall of Fame Award

Long Island Music Hall of Fame presented Syosset High School's Larry Ballereau with the 2010 Educator of Note award.

Student is Semifinalist in U.S. Physics Team Selection

A Syosset High School junior is on his way to becoming part of the U.S. Physics Team. 


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