This week in crime:
A police search Tuesday at JFK International Airport and warehouses where the phones were sent yielded over 32,000 phones worth over $2 million on store shelves.
Two were injured when a sedan and SUV collided at Jericho Turnpike and Jackson Avenue Wednesday morning.
pulled over a Wyandanch man on the Long Island Expressway in nearby Plainview Sunday morning after seeing him weave through traffic at speeds exceeding 110 mph.
A Suffolk County man with a 4-year-old passenger was arrested by Nassau County Police in Woodbury Wednesday night and charged with Aggravated Driving While Intoxicated. for allegedly striking a guardrail at Exit 13 of the Seaford-Oyster Bay Expressway while driving north in a 2007 Ford Explorer.
A woman had to be extracted from her car and airlifted to the hospital after striking a tree on Woodbury Road near Yukon Drive Thursday evening.
Syosset school news:
Graduation is a bittersweet time to reflect upon the past and look forward to the future; it’s a time for ending a chapter of one’s life but also starting a new beginning. Students of Syosset High School’s Class of 2012 celebrated their achievements at the 54th annual graduation ceremony.
While cameras weren't allowed on the floor where the students sat, plenty of proud shutterbug parents were snapping photos from the stands. Send a few of them to Patch and show your pride for your graduate! Here's how you do it:
Town of Oyster Bay headlines:
The approved an early retirement program on Tuesday that will offer financial incentives for eligible employees.
Moving swiftly in the wake of a recent downgrade of theby one investment firm, the town held a public hearing on the local law to create the incentive package, then voted unanimously to approve it.
Summer officially hits the Town of Oyster Bay on Saturday when all beaches and pools officially open for business. Here are the basics you need to know before you dive into the water.