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Syosset Week in Review: Feb. 12-18

A kosher scandal, a tragic suicide on the LIE, and a message about the school budget this week in Syosset and Woodbury.

 

Happy Birthday, Eric Nystrom!The NHL's Dallas Stars left winger and Syosset native turned 29 on Valentine's Day.

Rabbis Urge Public: Don't Rush to Judgment in Kosher Scandal

The spiritual leaders of many area synagogues are urging their congregations not to rush to judgment in the wake of allegations against a prominent catering firm.

And, in a significant new development, the rabbinical service that certifies food as kosher has come out publicly in full support of Morrell Caterers and has denounced the accusations as "unfounded."

NYC Cop Takes Life on LIE

Nassau County Police officers are probing the grim discovery Monday afternoon of a New York City Police Officer dead from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound on the Long Island Expressway.

Meeting of Football Minds at Crest Hollow

Before hundreds of business professionals at Wednesday’s Long Island Association luncheon at the Crest Hollow Country Club, three of New York’s biggest football names spoke for nearly 90 minutes about their careers and current roles in the game.

Until Albany Cooperates, Board Won't Release Budget

Syosset residents who attended Monday's Board of Education meeting questioned the holdup on the budget. It was revealed that in order to avoid confusion and hysteria,  a budget will not be released for Syosset until Albany releases all state information.

Valentine's Day 2012

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