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Syosset Week in Review: Nov. 18-24

Syosset grad charged in stabbing, Thanksgiving crash on Jericho Turnpike, and a good samaritan chef in Syosset.

Syosset Chef to Feed Sandy Victims

Three weeks after Long Beach residents awoke to the destruction of their cars, memories, and lives as they knew it, one Syosset chef will be giving them a nearly forgotten taste of home.

Syosset College Student Charged in Stabbing

A Stony Brook University student from Syosset is facing assault charges after he allegedly stabbed a pot dealer on the college campus.

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Syosset Lacrosse Stars Decide Futures

They first met as third graders on the lacrosse field. They were strangers then, unsure in their ability and not sold on the sport. 

A decade later, John Diaz, Ryan Feit, Alex Hatzopoulos, Andrew Keith and Harrison Schoenhaut are the heart of the Syosset boys lacrosse team, defending Nassau Class A champions, and more akin to brothers than mere teammates.

Syosset Announces Calendar Changes

Syosset School District announced Tuesday that seven vacation days would be removed from the 2012-13 school calendar.

A man and woman were injured in a Thanksgiving morning collision.

Syosset Fire Department and Nassau County Police units responded to Southwoods Road and Jericho Turnpike in Woodbury at about 7:08 a.m. Thursday, fire crews said. A car with two people inside had collided with a utility pole.

Buying Frenzy Getting Early Start Beginning Thursday Night

The traditional Black Friday holiday buying spree will begin in earnest on Thanksgiving night, with more and more retailers opening their stores in advance of midnight Friday.

Sandy's Dark Cloud Cast Shadow on Black Friday

Retailers nationwide have been expecting a good holiday shopping season, but it may be a slow start for local stores here on Long Island.

The 2012 Blue Ribbon 5K Run for Prostate Cancer was rescheduled to Dec. 9 as the area continues to recover from Hurricane Sandy.

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